Check your IT infrastructure against our report, which highlights the areas where small businesses become too complacent with their cybersecurity.

icon-35of employees don't even know if their company has an incident response plan in place

icon-half Less than half
of Gen Zers know who to report a phishing scheme to

icon-bargraphHR 20% and Accounting/Finance 19%
are the least likely to know if their company has suffered a breach in the last 12 months

The continually evolving state of cybercrime is leading many business owners and IT managers to have the same question:

Am I doing enough?

This seed of doubt is hard to avoid as data breach threats become more frequent. Even if you are investing heavily in cybersecurity, it’s important to avoid complacency with your defenses.

In a new report, Switchfast commissioned a survey of two distinct groups at organizations with 500 employees or fewer: employees and their leaders.

The findings found many areas in which small businesses believe they are secure but are actually quite vulnerable.

The report covers:

  • Where SMBs are underestimating cyber risk
  • Behaviors that contribute to SMB cybersecurity woes
  • Fixing cybersecurity gaps by improving awareness and understanding
  • Expert tips on how to fix security gaps in your organization

Want to check if your business is guilty of cybersecurity overconfidence? Download the report today to compare our findings to your setup.



Report cited by:

infosecurity-group Dark Reading | Security | Protect The Business - Enable Access CSO Australia




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