Survey Shows 85 Percent of Small Business Owners Convinced a Data Breach ...
If a newly released survey is any indication, publicized data breaches aren't enough to prompt small businesses to better protect their customer or employee data.
A survey released this week by The Hartford found 85 percent of small business owners believe a data breach is unlikely and often lacked even basic measures to secure sensitive data.
"Most of the business owners surveyed believe they are not at risk, when in fact smaller businesses are increasingly being targeted," said Lynn LaGram, the assistant vice president of small commercial underwriting at The Hartford,
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RT @threatpost: Survey Shows 85 Percent of Small Business Owners Convinced a Data Breach Unlikely - http://t.co/WY6KUeeY <- Sad, but true.
Survey Shows 85 Percent of Small Business Owners Convinced a Data Breach Unlikely - http://t.co/9bT8m2Yk
85% of Small Biz Owners Convinced a Data Breach Unlikely http://t.co/LEf5ia3C [small biz are easy pickings unfortunately]