Only big businesses get hacked, right? WRONG! Almost 86 percent of the 75 million sites running WordPress are vulnerable to malicious attacks and an estimated 30,000 sites are hosting malicious code.
Why would hackers care about your small business? Because unlike corporates and the big business community, you probably:
1) Lack the resources to protect your website or online store;
2) Don’t believe you are a target of cybercriminals; or
3) It never even crossed your mind in the myriad other high priority tasks to care about cybersecurity!
As hacking and privacy have become bigger issues for companies of all sizes, and even for everyday people, the little guys in business are being left to fend for themselves.
But what does cybersecurity even mean? How can it affect small business and startups, and what’s really at risk? Most importantly, what can you do about it?
GiveGet has teamed up with General Assembly and Shogun Cybersecurity to bring you this easy-to-digest event, breaking down the buzz words and explaining cybersecurity’s relevance to small and medium businesses, and why it’s a problem that your business cannot afford to ignore.