Data Disaster Infographic 2020 - Building Supply Retailers

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$2,235,0003 90% of businesses with 11–249 employees have been the TARGET OF A CYBERATTACK. 1 In 2017, cyberattacks cost small to medium-sized businesses an average of The average length of time it takes for organizations to identify a data breach 3 The average time needed to fully contain a data breach 4 66% of SMBs would either go out of business completely, or BE FORCED TO SHUT DOWN FOR AT LEAST A DAY. 2 191 DAYS 66 DAYS 78% of SMBs said desktops, laptops were compromised by ransomware 37% said mobile devices 34% said server PLANNING FOR DATA DISASTER SOURCE: 1: BBB: 2017 State of Cybersecurity Among Small Businesses in North America; 2. Business Wire: VIPRE Announces Launch of VIPRE Endpoint Security - Cloud Edition; 3: Ponemon Institute: 2017 State of Cybersecurity in Small & Medium Sized Businesses (SMB); 4: Ponemon Institute: 2017 Cost of Data Breach Study: United States; 5: OTA: Online Trust Alliance Reports Doubling of Cyber Incidents in 2017; 6: Symantec: Internet Security Threat Report © 2020 ECI Software Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved. ECI, ECI RockSolid MAX and the ECI Red Box logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of ECI Software Solutions, Inc. Variants of mobile malware increased by 54% in 2017 66 % 54 % 90 % 11 % lack of proper security software internal controls not preventing employees' negligent actions physical skimming of credit cards actual hacks of the computer system REPORTED BREACHES IN 2017 WERE DUE TO 5 MOBILE THREATS 6 15 % 52 % 11 % IN CONCLUSION DON'T WAIT UNTIL DISASTER STRIKES Here are some helpful hints for keeping your data safe: Create contact lists for all sta as well as key clients and customers and maintain this online. Make sure your disaster recovery plan is stored online and easily accessible to sta. Utilize a cloud-based backup system with an additional local backup system to add another layer of protection. Back up your system at least weekly, preferably daily. Test and review potential areas of data and business vulnerability at least once every year. "Patch" all operating systems, software, and firmware on all computers and devices to ensure security updates are applied. Invest in the best firewall you can aord. Use "spam filters" to prevent "phishing" emails from reaching email accounts. Train employees on the various types of digital attacks and how to avoid them. Allow access to critical data only to employees that need it. 877.521.1100 | www.ecisolutions.com | How business gets done.

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