4. December 2009 08:56
I hate to beat a dead horse with the data security topic, but it's become increasingly clear that many small business executives feel that they're too "small" or "insignificant" to be a target of cybercrime. As a result they don't take the proper steps to secure their organization's most critical asset.
Back in September, we published a report on the "Five Most Expensive Expensive Mistakes in Having Onsite Servers". (You can request a copy here.) The belief that you are not a 'valuable target' for cybercrimes was Costly Mistake #3 on our list. Here's an excerpt: