Credit: Melinda Nagy/Adobe Stock Cyberattacks can shut down businesses for more than a day and having a response plan can help expedite the recovery process. (Credit: Melinda Nagy/Adobe Stock)

Small businesses are often prime targets for cybercriminals because of the sensitive information stored in their databases. They also commonly lack proactive measures to fight against cyberattacks. According to the Small Business Administration, 88% of small business owners feel their company is not prepared for a cyberattack.

ALM Small Business Adviser Logo. Courtesy photo.Cyberattacks can shut down businesses for more than 24 hours and can come at a major cost.

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