SMBs make up the majority of the world's businesses, accounting for more than
99.5 percent of the survey's respondents. Since they make up the bulk of the
business world, they're frequent targets for online criminals. Several other
factors increase their collective risk:
In general, the report revealed a misperception and low sense of awareness
of online threats. While companies fear and prepare for virus attacks, spyware
is actually the more significant problem.
The State of Internet Security report is a quarterly analysis of current security
concerns, with each focusing on a specific aspect of security. The survey results
come from companies in six countries: Canada, France, Germany, Japan, the United
Kingdom and the United States. You can find the full report at http://www.webroot.com/sois.
Budget constraints or blissful ignorance on the part of those seven out of
10 SMBs? How do you protect your SMB or larger enterprise? What's your greatest
Web-borne concern? Clue me in at [email protected].
Posted by Lafe Low on 10/17/2007 at 1:23 PM
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