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Small businesses are the number 1 target for cyberattacks. What are the 6 most dangerous ones? CNN Money lists them in this article with descriptions. 1. CryptoLocker 2. Spear Phishing 3. Timthumb Attack 4. Manipulating BeEf Toolkit 5. SEO Poisoning 6. Phishing + social attack Arm yourself with knowledge and protect your business! Alex Pitt Founder & CEO Lucrazon ..
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As a business owner, you have to be prepared for anything that can happen to your data. Natural disasters, human error, malicious error etc.  Would you say that you're prepared to do a data backup should your data disappear right now? Most likely, the answer is no. 87% of small businesses don't think a data disaster could happen to them so prepare your business now with this checklist on the Lucrazon blog. Alex Pitt Founder & CEO Lucrazon ..
Lock your cyber doors to potential hacks. From a 2012 Verizon study, 79% of victims of hacking victims were targets of opportunity and 97% of these were avoidable if simple tools were used. Protect your business data, your team, and yourself from cyber attacks. Read more in this article on some simple tools to use. Alex Pitt Founder & CEO Lucrazon ..
Small Businesses continue to be the most victimized of all companies as shown in a recent data breach investigation report from Verizon.  In 2012, almost half of the incidents recorded had companies with fewer than 1,000 employees. A separate report from Symantec, showed that small businesses with less than 250 members represented 31% of all attacks in 2012, which is up from 18% the prior year. Cybercriminals use smaller businesses as a "stepping stone" to larger companies and mo..
"It is fundamentally important that the American private sector wake up to the fact that dozens of countries -- including China -- are robbing us blind." said Tom Kellermann, head of cybersecurity at Trend Micro (TMICY) and former commissioner of President Obama's cybersecurity council. Read more on the recent report from information security company, Mandiant on CNN Money Alex Pitt Founder & CEO Lucrazon ..
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