The 2016 State of SMB Cybersecurity Research Report

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Download Ponemon Institute and Keeper Security surveyed 600 IT leaders at small and medium sized businesses. The results are clear: no business is immune to cyber attack or data breach.

In fact, only 14 percent of the companies represented in this study rate their ability to mitigate cyber risks, vulnerabilities and attacks as highly effective.

By downloading this report, you'll get access to exclusive research on the 2016 state of SMB cybersecurity and get the insights you need to protect your business from cyber attacks.

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