Hackers are becoming increasingly sinister, continuing to target vulnerable subgroups, such as the elderly, young people, and small businesses who cannot necessarily afford full-time IT staff, cybersecurity awareness training company.
According to Verizon’s 2019 Data Breach Investigations Report, 43 percent of cyberattacks target small-to-midsize businesses (SMBs). A recent survey by the U.S. Small Business Administration found that 88 percent of small business owners “felt their business was vulnerable to a cyberattack.
“They’re right to be concerned: A report by the Better Business Bureau cites that every year cyberattacks cost small businesses an average of almost $80,000, and losses can range up to $1 million. Ninety-three percent of security breaches are caused by human error, and for small businesses these errors can literally cost them their livelihood,” remarked NINJIO founder and CEO, Zack Schuler.
“After watching two friends nearly lose everything they’d worked for, one due to wire fraud and the other because of ransomware, I knew I had to do something. Developing an affordable, battle-tested solution geared toward smaller organizations—that may not otherwise have access to this necessary training—was the right move, and I believe it will prevent thousands of breaches in the future.”
In response, US firm, NINJIO has launched NINJIO SMB, a solution aligned with the company’s commitment to helping organizations “take proactive steps to enhance cybersecurity at home and in the workplace,” a mandate also shared by the cybersecurity industry at large.
Additionally, every organization that arms its employees with NINJIO’s Hollywood style, micro-learning videos by purchasing NINJIO SMB, will also gain access to Friends and Family Use Rights for seven additional friends or family members.Developed and co-produced by Hollywood writer and producer Bill Haynes, best known for CSI: NY and Hawaii Five-O, NINJIO SMB animated videos cover topic areas such as ransomware, business email compromise, and spearphishing.
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