Small doesn't mean anything to hackers

Monday, 18 July 2005, 11:32 AM EST

Being small doesn’t make you invisible.

“The thing that’s new in smaller businesses is that the argument that ‘nobody cares about us, nobody attacks us’ is not holding,” said Mike Paquette, vice president of technology at intrusion-prevention vendor Top Layer, Westborough, Mass. “Anybody with dependence on Internet transactions, regardless of whether they are big or well-known, is a target.”

By Jennifer Hagendorf Follett at Security Pipeline.

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