Guardian online ran an informative piece about cyber hacking last week, and featured the Monmouthshire Business Awards (MBA) as a case study.
The article, which identified the problems that small businesses face if their website suffers a security breach, included comments from MBA founder, Janet Harris.
She explained the consequences of her own site being hacked, adding: “It could have been the end of the awards, and I’m not exaggerating. If businesses couldn’t put their application in, we couldn’t have a ceremony. We had to extend the deadline, but now we’re running on a very tight timeline because of it.”
According to the Guardian, and the latest statistic from the Department for Business Innovation and Skills, some 60 per cent of small businesses experienced a security breach last year.
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