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Small Businesses, Supply-Chain Nodes New Favorite Targets for Cybercriminals

Cybercriminals are turning the tables and are responsible for an alarming trend known as the “long tail” where supply chain nodes, retailers, local businesses reside. As their focus moves away from larger companies that are taking stronger steps to protect themselves, cybercriminals are focusing on supply-chain nodes and small- to intermediate-sized businesses who are more frequently unaware of the dangers and underprepared to battle these bad actors.

In his post for Homeland Security, 4iQ CTO Julio Casal takes a closer at this disturbing trend and why the supply chain nodes, retailers, local businesses, and even the smallest mom-and-pop shops are at greater risk.

Read the full post on Homeland Security

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