It’s only a matter of time before Australian small businesses are hit hard by a cybersecurity attack but there are things they can do to protect themselves, according to a newly published security report.
Many Australian small businesses are not confident in the government’s ability to deliver the national broadband network within the next two years as promised. And to compound their lack of confidence, SMBs are worried about being left behind in today’s digital economy race as a result of slow Internet speeds.
A survey of small and medium businesses in Australia with an annual turnover of more than $3 million has found that almost half do not consider themselves ready to cope with a new data breach law that comes into force on 22 February.
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