UK SMEs have faced a turbulent few years. The COVID-19 pandemic altered the way many of us work forever. The conflict between Russia and the international community has raised the spectre of cyber attacks on UK businesses. And cyber threats for SMEs continue to rise.
So with all these factors in play, how are the UK’s SMEs managing? Has the rise in remote working led to a change in cybersecurity practices? How often are SMEs facing cyber threats? Most importantly, what can they do to better protect themselves?
To answer some of these questions, Gartner-owned Software Advice – a company that provides advisory services, research, and user reviews on software applications – surveyed 500 managers at UK SMEs.
And we’ve teamed up with Software Advice to bring you the results.
What’s in the guide?
Using the data provided by Software Advice, we tackle:
- How often SMEs are being attacked
- The impact of COVID-19 on SME cybersecurity
- The biggest threats facing SMEs
- The consequences of a breach on SMEs
- What SMEs are most worried about
- How effective SMEs’ defences are
- What SMEs can do to better protect themselves
And much, much more.
Where can you get a copy?
As this is such important data for the entire cybersecurity industry, we’re offering our guide free to anyone who finds it useful. All you need to do to get your copy is download it here or hit the button below.