Survey finds SMBs that lack incident management may not survive ransomware
Updated: Apr 26
"A survey of 1,200 small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) finds nearly half would not survive a ransomware attack that caused their data to become inaccessible for three days, while 75 percent said they expect they might survive anywhere from three to seven days. Just under a third of survey respondents (30 percent) also acknowledged they had no incident response plan to implement in the event of a ransomware attack. However, among those that do claim to have one in place, 35 percent admit it has been six months or more since they tested that plan. It may be time to implement a modern incident management plan."