Cyberattacks continue to increase, with the middle market at risk
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When it comes to cyberthreats, the old adage held true in 2020: the more things change, the more they stay the same. Hackers and other electronic criminals continued their relentless pursuit of data and sensitive information from middle market businesses, leading to record levels of several types of attacks. The middle market continues to represent a sweet spot for hackers, with companies possessing a significant amount of valuable data, but lacking the level of protective controls and staffing of larger organizations.
The results of a recent RSM US Middle Market Business Index survey offered some insight into how middle market businesses are coping with the challenge.
For more insights on cybersecurity and the middle market, see our special report.
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