Technology - Jun 26, 2017

What happens when your small business is hacked

With attention on the latest cyber attacks, 53 percent of IT professionals felt more pressure to secure their organization last year, compared to 2015, according to the 2017 Security Pressures Report from Trustwave. However, contrary to what you would expect, the pressures are not just coming from the C-suite. Security is quickly becoming more personal, meaning everyone is finally taking ownership for their own cybersecurity successes and failures rather than expecting someone else to take the responsibility.

So, what repercussions do IT professionals fear the most and what can small businesses and startups do to prepare for a data breach when it happens to them? Here are the top four repercussions and preventative measures uncovered by the 2017 Security Pressures Report from Trustwave.