The average cost of a data breach to a small business is $38,000, according to a report [PDF] from Internet security firm Kaspersky Lab. And because they usually process lots of customer data and credit card numbers, retailers and store owners tend to be a favorite target of hackers.
If you don’t have $38,000 lying around to deal with the fallout of a breach at your store, don’t worry: there are ways to cut your exposure to breaches. There are even insurance policies that can help you cover the costs if, despite your best efforts, your store gets hacked.
For details on who’s at risk, what happens during and after a data breach, and how to prevent a breach at your store, download the eBook now.
Table of Contents
- Introduction: Cyber Risks and Data Breaches at Your Store
- Which Retailers Are Most Vulnerable to Data Breaches?
- What Happens When Your Store Is the Victim of a Data Breach?
- Data Breach Prevention for Small Retailers
- Preventing Retail Data Breaches: A Final Word for Small-Business Owners
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