The internet was home to 3.8 billion users in 2017, and research indicates that this number will increase to 6 billion in 2022.
This audience has 1.5 billion websites available during their browsing sessions. Your company needs to do more than merely put up a website to succeed in this environment.
Having a strong online foundation is an essential part of growing as a business today, but it comes at a cost.
Approximately 43 percent of cyber attacks hit small businesses, as they often have fewer IT security resources compared to larger organizations.
The typical cost to a company following a data breach may reach $150 million by 2020. Your small business runs into major financial setbacks if you end up in this situation.
One reason that this figure is so high is that it takes 197 days for many companies to find out that their networks were compromised.
Protecting your perimeter is no longer enough to stop attacks, especially when attackers have dark web resources available to strengthen their attacks. Businesses need network security to protect against these cyberattacks. Before we dig into how the dark web impacts your business, check out our visual infographic below to help your get started.