Cyberattacks in SMBs have increased by more than 20% since 2016
Read the 2019 Global State of Cybersecurity in Small and Medium-Sized Businesses to learn how to protect your business.
Commissioned by Keeper and conducted by Ponemon Institute, the global report underscores growing SMB cybersecurity concerns.
Since 2017, cyberattacks have become more frequent, targeted, and complex while SMBs around the world are struggling to defend themselves.
of SMBs worldwide have experienced at least one cyberattack in their company’s lifetime, and 66% have been attacked within the past year.
Equip your employees with a robust password manager to improve security and privacy while minimizing security threats and data breaches.
Survey: Our company experienced a cyberattack and data breach in past 12 months.
Survey: What is your biggest pain point about employees and their passwords?
Employee passwords being stolen or compromised
Employee using weak passwords
Time spent resetting passwords
Changing passwords when an employee leaves his job
Employee adoption of best practices
Employee password security is a major pain point for SMBs worldwide.
of SMBs worldwide report that their employees’ passwords have been lost or stolen in the past year.
Once a cybercriminal has a working password, they can access your network undetected and steal sensitive data. Adopt two-factor authentication across all devices to significantly reduce these threats.
Cyberattack methods are growing more sophisticated and difficult to detect, costing businesses millions of dollars in losses every year.
of SMBs experienced a cyberattack that evaded their intrusion detection system and 82% reported the attack evaded their anti-virus solution.
Use intelligent monitoring tools that can detect and notify in real-time for any compromised records.
Survey: The average cost of compromise and business disruption over a 12-month period.
US $ Millions
The cost of compromise
The cost of business disruption
See what 2,000+ organizations show us about the state of SMB cybersecurity in 2019.
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Larry Ponemon, Ph.D.
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CEO & Co-Founder
Keeper Security, Inc.
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