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Is Cybercrime a Threat to Your Business?

  Howard Goldman, Partner, CFO Edge, LLC  
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With recent cyberattacks on Sony Corporation, Home Depot, and Target, many Los Angeles and Southern California executives may think only large corporations face cybercrime threats to their businesses.

The reality is that businesses are not being target by size - rather cyber thieves seek out companies without strong safeguards regardless of industry or size.

Many times smaller businesses are targeted because sophisticated cybercrime defenses are missing, and vulnerabilities are penetrated by cybercriminals.

Reviewed in this article are current cybercrime statistics, cybercrime risk types, and what should be in a cybercrime prevention plan.

Business leaders interested in understanding cybercrime threats and applying cybercrime strategies to mitigate risks can benefit from talking with a provider of CFO services.

A professional resource of this nature brings a proven track record as a former enterprise CFO who has successfully assessed threats, evaluated security strategies, and implemented security solutions to establish protection from a cyberattack's potentially devastating outcomes.

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