Editor´note: This is a guest post by Faith, a cybersecurity and technology blogger for Secure Thoughts.
In recent years, going online with your business has become a necessity, increasing the opportunities available to cybercriminals. Since hackers and cybercriminals are getting more active, it is only a matter of time before someone tries to hack your business. According to Symantec’s 2016 Internet Security Threat Report, phishing campaigns target small businesses 43 percent of the time. They target your money, and they’re after your customers’ information, which is often far more valuable on the black market. With this set of threats in mind, you need a plan of action for your business should you find yourself a victim. This is where a cybersecurity agenda comes into play. It is a document strategy managers (and employees) can refer to in the event of an incident or during regular company maintenance. It allows everyone to stay on the same page and react efficiently and effectively, ideally minimizing or prevent damage.