USA Today: Helping small businesses and rural communities thwart cyberattacks
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“We always see a spike in the occurrence of these types of crimes around the same major shopping holidays — Prime Day, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Christmas,” says Lisa Plaggemier, executive director of the National Cybersecurity Alliance.
Japanese video game publisher Bandai Namco Holdings Inc. has been targeted in a cyberattack that may have resulted in data theft.
In the course of the past decade, the US has witnessed an exponential increase in cyberattacks. The unpredictability and unavoidable demeanor of such attacks pose an ongoing threat to organizations big and small.
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