Cyber Notes Cast - The Biggest Vectors of Cyberattacks in SMEs

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Small and medium-sized enterprises usually do not make or have the capacity to make large investments in digital security, which makes them vulnerable to the action of hackers. Do you want to learn more about it? Read our text to the end. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) often neglect their cybersecurity and become easy targets for malicious actors, who encounter greater obstacles to attacking large organizations. This happens for several reasons, such as a lack of budget for cybersecurity and a shortage of specialized labor, as the few professionals who work in this area find better opportunities when working in large corporations. In this Cyber notes cast, we will cover: The biggest vectors of cyberattacks in small and medium-sized enterprises: 1. Ransomware 2. Phishing 3. Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) 4. DDoS 5. Cloud Attacks 6. Compromised Credentials Enjoy this Cyber Notes Cast episode!
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