of cyberattacks target small businesses
devices are compromised by ransomware every month
of small businesses close their doors after a cyberattack
is the average cyberattack remediation cost for small businesses
Subpar antivirus and antispam don’t catch attacks
Users click on ransomware and phishing links
Accidentally send confidential data
One extreme: Prohibit use because of security concerns
Or the other: Don’t provide any protection for data on devices
Users have same passwords across all accounts, increasing risk if compromised
Attackers have sophisticated methods to easily steal credentials
Standards don’t change based on company size
Requirements for GDPR and other regulations are rigorous and complex
While SMBs may not have in-house IT departments, that doesn’t mean they can’t implement comprehensive security. Technology and services can radically reduce complexity while also providing strong protection.
SMBs typically spend about 15% of their budget on security or $1,320/user annually. To increase protection, you don’t need to necessarily increase IT spend – just adjust how you are spending your dollars.
Small businesses that deal with customer information – whether they are retail, financial, health care, or food services – have the same accountability to secure data as big enterprises, so they need enterprise-level protections.
Cloud platform simplifies deployment
Eliminates costs for multiple third-party vendor solutions
Reduces maintenance and management costs
Aligns with business goals
Security built into your productivity platform
Don’t need to make trade-offs to justify security investment
Protect business against risk-related costs
Learn more about how our expertise and Microsoft 365 Business work together to securely run and grow your business
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