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A Data Breach Could Cost You $500,000


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Yep, you read that correctly. The average estimated cost of a data breach to a business is $500,000.

Could you afford to lose that kind of money? Few businesses could. And even if they could, recovering from a cyberattack is probably not their ideal way to spend hundreds of thousands.

So, how do you avoid this kind of expense? You need to get planning. Literally. You need a plan to prevent a cyberattack and respond to it if you’re hit.

If you don’t already have one in place, move this to the top of your agenda.

Cyberattacks are on the rise. They’re costing the world economy more than $1 trillion a year right now. And thanks to the coronavirus, that figure is set to rise, as cybercriminals take advantage of the confusion caused by changing technology for the pandemic.

56 percent of businesses don’t have a cybersecurity prevention and recovery plan in place. If you’re one of those businesses, maybe we can help you.

YYYC can support your IT team in the defense against cyberattacks with YeoSecure.

Our comprehensive cybersecurity monitoring and compliance solution, YeoSecure, transforms the way companies detect, investigate and respond to cyberthreats. YeoSecure provides 24/7/365 enterprise-grade cybersecurity monitoring and support while cutting costs and keeping your IT team from scrambling to detect and troubleshoot cyberattacks.

Learn more about how YeoSecure can help your organization detect, respond, and comply.

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