While stories often discuss high profile cyber attacks on large firms and major brands like TalkTalk, LinkedIn and Twitter continue, the worrying trend now is that cyber criminals are increasingly turning their attention to small and medium businesses.
Cybercrime makes no distinction between large or small businesses, nor does it distinguish between the type of industry or sector it targets, but there are eight key tips businesses can use to protect themselves and their data from cyber crime.
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