A huge majority of small businesses use data to make better decisions, but how confident do they feel about data security—and cyberattacks? October 2014 polling by Software Advice found high levels of concern about cybercrime among decision-makers at US small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).
Fully 41% of SMB owners and decision-makers were extremely or very concerned about cybercrime—and nearly half that group fell into the first category. An additional 26% were moderately concerned about such attacks, meaning that fears of cybercrime kept more than two-thirds of respondents up at least some nights. Read the rest at eMarketer.