Self-storage facilities can be prime targets for cybercriminals who can use customer information to rob bank accounts via wire transfers, steal customers’ personal identity information, and commit other fraudulent activities. In general, many small businesses are vulnerable to data breaches for three key reasons:
· They don’t believe they are at risk.
· They often lack the time, resources, and technology know-how to implement safeguards to protect their businesses.
· It typically takes a smaller business longer to detect a breach once it happens.
Many non-IT professionals can find it challenging to understand the different types of cyber risks. Over the next few weeks, we will discuss the top five cybersecurity threats for self-storage operations: password attacks, malware, phishing, ransomware, and man-in-the-middle attacks.c
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