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They can strike anyone, anytime, anywhere. Whether they use a phish, a virus or even a Trojan horse malware, cybercriminals are targeting Fortune 500 companies on Wall Street — but increasingly even smaller stores on Main Street.

In fact, the U.S. Small Business Administration claims that small employers are becoming an attractive target for cybercriminals because they have valuable customer data, provide access to larger networks such as supply chains, and often lack the resources or personnel to focus on cybersecurity.

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