How Secure is Your Company’s Information?

You’ve no doubt seen at least one of several different versions of Microsoft’s recent cybercrime television commercials. In it you’ll hear a variation of these words: “Every day you read headlines about businesses being hacked and intellectual property being stolen. That is cybercrime, and it affects each and every one of us.” Behind those words are lot of startling statistics that should give every business reason enough to pause and consider just how secure their company’s information may be, and whether they should be doing more to protect it.

Data breaches at well-known companies such as Target, Home Depot, Anthem, and JP Morgan Chase compromised hundreds of millions of records. Figures like that skyrocket even higher when you look at data hacks in recent years of such social media sites as LinkedIn, Tumblr, and MySpace.

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