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Small business cyber security statistics: Are SMBs exposed?

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How exposed are SMBs to cyber crime? What are the latest small business cyber security statistics? Find out by downloading our report.

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Small businesses are under attack; cyber crime has reached a record high; and the cyber security software market just doesn’t have enough scalable or specific solutions to help keep small businesses safe and combat the threat.

These are just a few of the concerns and fears revealed by our new report: Under Attack: Assessing the struggle of UK SMBs against cyber criminals, which investigates and examines the views of 500 senior IT decision makers in UK businesses and highlights the latest small business cyber security statistics.

What to expect from reading this report

This new independent research uncovers what IT bosses really think about the threat from cyber criminals and reveals some of their biggest concerns, including:
Statistics on how many small businesses have been targeted by cyber criminals in the past year (including how many times they've faced a direct threat)
Whether cyber security for small and medium-sized businesses is keeping pace with rising cyber threats
Whether IT managers are convinced their own employees have the ability to keep their company safe

If, and how, GDPR has changed the focus of cyber security and data privacy for small businesses in the UK

We also reveal whether businesses are trying to cover-up being a victim of a cyber attack, and how IT managers believe this has happened at their company.

Finally, this research examines the issue of whether public protection or customer and data privacy takes precedence in the minds of IT decision makers, as well as if they think this information should be handed over when the police, governments or security services come knocking.

If you want to find out more about the latest small business cyber security statistics and the threat posed by cyber criminals, download a copy of the report and get access by completing the form below.