Six Security Predictions and Tips for SMBs in 2015

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Prediction #3: Increased Internet dependence.

In 2015, overall, people and businesses are going to become even more reliant on the Internet, increasing the likelihood of putting their privacy at risk. Additionally, employees will likely be targeted more frequently, rather than just systems. This reliance on the Internet puts employee and company data at risk even more so than in previous years.

Small to midsized businesses (SMBs) are vital to the U.S. economy, yet they are often the most vulnerable when it comes to cybersecurity. As a small business owner, you might assume your data will have little value to hackers, but financial accounts and employee, customer or partner information are all enticing to cyber criminals.

The cybersecurity experts at F-Secure have compiled the following predictions and tips to help small and medium-sized business owners stay secure in 2015.


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