The Evolving Channel Landscape

When it comes to the channel, we need to prioritize our efforts on the SMBs of the world who have been underserved by the cybersecurity market and simply cannot afford the ever-increasing average cost of a data breach. The risks of financial loss and reputational damage — as well as the repercussions that come with malicious hackers gaining unauthorised access to personal information, intellectual property or data of any variety — are catastrophic for midmarket enterprises. Indeed, they could ground business operations entirely. Check out this great article on why SMBs must be a priority for cybersecurity protection. Happy reading! — Andrea, Contributor 

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