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Why middle market cybercrime is up and how to avoid being a target


Middle market companies are particularly susceptible to cybercrime according to a recent study released by RSM US and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Compared to just three years ago, significantly more middle market companies (13 percent versus 5 percent) contend they experienced data breaches. In addition, nearly 50 percent of midsize companies expect they will face unauthorized users attempting to breach their data or systems this year, according to the executives surveyed. These numbers are just a few examples of the growing concern around cyberthreats in middle market organizations.

Join RSM for a deeper look into the RSM US Middle Market Business Index: Cybersecurity Special Report and to gain a broad understanding of the biggest cybersecurity risks facing their businesses today as determined by peer interviews and industry analysis. This webcast will also uncover how these trends will affect middle market businesses and how to position a security program to respond to the threats.

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Who should attend
C-level executives (CEOs, chief information officers, chief financial officers, chief information security officers, chief technology officers, chief security officers, chief operating officers), board members, internal auditors, risk managers and directors/managers of information security


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Email Courtney McIntyre or call +1 216 927 8225