Business are considered negligent if they are relying on usernames and passwords to authenticate.
Do your employees understand how to navigate the world of passwordless authentication?
Do they understand how to prevent customer lockout?
Small and medium-sized businesses are critical to the success of Canada’s economy. They are also among the most targeted groups for cyberattacks. As SMBs rapidly deploy technology, but are often constrained by budgets, important cybersecurity concerns can become an afterthought.
- The global average cost of a data breach is $3.9 million across SMBs. (Ref)
- Globally, 45% of SMBs globally said that their organization’s security posture was ineffective at mitigating attacks. (Ref)
- 70% of SMBs report that their employees’ passwords have been lost or stolen in the past year. (Ref)
- 54% of SMBs believe their companies are too small to be hacked. (Ref)
- 47% of cybersecurity attacks in Canada target small to medium-sized businesses. (Ref)
- About 18% of businesses have been impacted by a cyberattack or data breach in the last two years. (Ref)
- 37% of Canadian businesses hit by a data breach estimate that the attack cost them over
CAD $100,000, while 20% of those businesses had no idea of the cost of the breach. (Ref)
How to educate your employees
To start educating your employees, all you have to do is select the number of employees (below) and checkout. You will then be an un-verified business owner. There are 3 ways to verify that you are the business owner, select one. Then copy and paste a list of your employees email addresses and click send. That is it! Your employees will be emailed instructions to begin, and you will be able to view their progress.