Tax time can be a cybercriminal's paradise, as there are so many more opportunities to prey upon vulnerable small businesses. And even if you've already filed your 2018 returns, you're still at risk, as fraudsters don't take time off of work.
"Following good cybersecurity practices during tax season and throughout the year allows everyone to reap the benefits of connectivity and increased confidence," said Kevin Coleman, the National Cyber Security Alliance's Executive Director.
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