See no evil, hear no evil, suffer evil.
By John Leyden
Almost half (48 per cent) of Britain’s small businesses were hit by cyber-crime in the last year, with 10 per cent targeted many times.
Despite this only one in five see cybersecurity as a business priority, and just 15 per cent are confident that they have adequate measures in place to prevent cybercrime, according to a Barclaycard-sponsored study.
Ten per cent of the 250 small businesses surveyed have never invested in improving website security.
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