Small businesses that get hacked might not make the news like large business breaches, but the damages and losses may be more keenly felt. In fact, small businesses might be more vulnerable to attack because they usually have fewer resources to protect themselves. Owners whose bank accounts were hacked lost $19,948 on average, according to a 2014 report by the National Small Business Association. Read on to discover why being aware of the threats and taking pro-active steps to guard against them should be your first line of defense.
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