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No SME is too small to be hacked

Every single SME has something that is worth stealing and no SME is too small to be hacked. Andrew Taylor, CEO at BeCyberSure explains...

No SME is too small to be hacked

No company, no SME, is too small to be a victim of a cyber attack.

Every single SME has something which is worth stealing.

Hackers are looking for all sorts of information. They don’t just want to steal money from the company they’re targeting. They may be looking to step onto a larger company and 80 % of hacks in larger companies start in the supply chain.

These suppliers provide an easy route into the larger companies because the defences between the main company and their suppliers will always be slightly weaker than the external protection of the larger company.