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Cybercriminals frequently target small and medium-sized businesses, which often don’t have a robust cybersecurity system in place like the big enterprises.  Because small business owners typically handle numerous responsibilities, they often don’t have time to think about cybersecurity.  

Security researchers at Kaspersky investigated cyberattacks targeting small and medium-sized businesses in the first four months of 2022 and compared them to the first four months of 2021.  They reported these findings:

      • The number of Trojan-PSW (Password Stealing Ware) attacks increased by 1 million. Trojan-PSW is a malware that steals passwords and other account information.  This allows cybercriminals to access the corporate network and steal sensitive information.

      • The number of internet attacks (web pages which redirect to exploits, websites that contain exploits and malicious programs, botnet C&C centers, etc.) increased by 3 million.  

      • The number of attacks on Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) increased by almost 4 million in the U.S.  With the widespread shift toward employees working from home, many companies use RDP to enable computers on the same corporate network to be linked together and accessed remotely.  

Nearly every business will experience a cyberattack at some point.  For small businesses, it’s not a matter of whether a cyberattack will happen, but when it will happen.  Having some sort of cyber protection is no longer a luxury, but a must-have for every business.

Big companies like Microsoft spend over $1 billion dollars a year on cybersecurity.  Small and medium-sized businesses often don’t have the financial means to access the same powerful enterprise-level cyber protection.  That is, until now.

How Can Small Businesses Mitigate Security Risks?

There are several precautions that you can take to protect your small business from cyber threats:

  1. Enforce strong password requirements and regular password changes for all of your employees.
  2. Remind employees to never leave their devices unattended (even at home), as children and other people can unintentionally gain access to confidential information.
  3. Educate your employees on malware and phishing scams.
  4. Remind your employees to keep personal and professional matters on separate devices.
  5. Encourage your employees to regularly install security updates to always keep their hardware and software up to date.
  6. Listen to the Experts – Innovative cybersecurity experts have developed an award-winning, next-generation cybersecurity suite of tools for individuals and small businesses that leverages the power of patented blue ocean technology.

Final Words

Until now, powerful enterprise-level next-generation privacy, performance, and protection were only available to big companies with big pockets. Thanks to innovative cybersecurity experts who care about your family and your business, the masses can now gain peace of mind with a low-cost all-in-one solution to completely protect their identities, devices, and networks.  Be sure to check out this website to learn more.

Please show your support for innovative small tech retailers, such as Blue Ocean Security, which can now be accessible to the masses through the Cyber Privacy Marketplace.  


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