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With risk increasing, small businesses can protect themselves from cybercriminals

 

April 28, 2022



JESSICA CAMPOS

Center for Rural Affairs

Women’s Business Center director

Many small business owners wonder how cybersecurity pertains to their business or think they could never fall victim to cybercriminals.

But, according to the Small Business Administration, cyber-attacks are a growing threat for entrepreneurs and the U.S. economy. In 2020 alone, the FBI reported that the cost of cybercrimes reached $2.7 billion.

While some small businesses have little to no financial resources to devote to professional information technology solutions, tools are available to help understand the risks...



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