Who do cybercriminals target?

Nearly half of all cyberattacks are committed against small businesses.2

Cybercriminals target the institutions we rely on for personal and business matters. It can happen at any given time to any company, industry or employee.

Most of the time, cybercriminals can gain entry into your system by sending spear phishing emails with infected links or attachments that appear harmless. Once an employee clicks the link or downloads the attachment, it can spread like wildfire locking and encrypting the files on their PC.

  • In 2018, 43% of SMBs were targeted in cyberattacks3
  • By 2023, over half of all the worlds data breaches will occur in the U.S.4
  • The 5 most cyber-attacked industries are healthcare, manufacturing, financial services, government, and transportation with retail, oil & gas/energy, media, legal, and education rounding out the top 10 for 2019 to 20222

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