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Cybersecurity Confidence Index

Harbor developed the Cybersecurity Confidence Index (CCI) self-assessment tool as method for organizations to consider cybersecurity. The goal of the CCI is to allow you to assess confidence in your organization's ability to; identify digital assets, protect those assets, detect events that cause harm to the assets/business, and effectively respond/recover from an event. This qualitative assessment will provide insight into your organization's ability to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of data and systems.

Self Assessment

Cyber threats are growing rapidly with no signs of slowing down

43% of All Breaches Target SMBs

Verizon’s most recent Data Breach Investigation Report shows that almost half of all breaches occurred at small businesses. This statistic speaks for itself and doesn’t require more of an explanation.

SMBs Experience 8+ Hours of Downtime During a Breach

Cisco’s 2018Security Capabilities Benchmark Study shows that 40% of midmarket companies with 250-499 employees “experienced eight hours or more of system downtime due to a severe security breach in the past year.”

54% of SMBs Believe Their Companies are “Too Small” to Be Ransomware Targets

The Keeper Security/Ponemon Institute SMB report shows that some SMBs think that their organizations are too small to be attractive targets for cybercriminals.

Cyber Attacks Due to Weak or Stolen Employee Passwords Average $383,365

Did you know that the average cost of cyber-attacks that result from compromised employee passwords is $383,365? This is one of the findings of the Keeper Security/Ponemon Institute SMB report.

83% of SMBs Lack the Funds to Deal with the Repercussions of a Cyber-Attack

InsuranceBee’s Cyber Survey of more than 1,300 SMB owners shows that more than 80% of businesses lack the money they would need to recover from a cyber-attack or data breach.

60% of SMBs Cite Employee Negligence as Cause of Data Breaches

The Keeper Security/Ponemon Institute’s small and medium size businesses report shows the number of SMBs reporting negligent employees and contractors as the cause of data breaches increased to 60% in 2018 — whereas external threats (hackers) were reported as 37% of the causes. 

62% of SMBs Lack the In-House Skills to Handle Cyber Security

Continuum’s 2019 small business cyber security report shares that nearly two-thirds of SMBs say they don’t have the employees to handle cyber security functions, and 56% report that they don’t have any cyber security experts within their ranks.

68% of Small Businesses Don’t Have Disaster Recovery in Mind

Nationwide reports that more than two-thirds of small business owners don’t have a disaster recovery (DR) plan in place. Additionally, the report shows that 71% of small business owners choose not to buy business interruption insurance.

News & Events

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