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The central issue with security awareness training is that it focuses mostly on increasing the knowledge of employees. In order to convince employees to change their behavior, you need to change their attitude, and that goes beyond education.


No one wants to be the one who lets the attack- er through and they don’t want to be the one who causes the breach. If you show them what is relevant to them in their job, they will start to feel a sense of ownership and responsibility, both key to developing a strong cybersecurity culture.


Cyberattacks can affect every department in a dealership, bringing work to a halt and potentially compromising intellectual property, personal infor- mation and other sensitive data. While there is little anyone can do to prevent attempts at external attacks from hackers, businesses can take steps to mitigate threats. The right combination of robust IT systems, educational programs and strong communication be- tween departments can help safeguard your business, customers and employees.


“It’s not if your dealership will be hacked, but when, and there is a very strong possibility that you won’t even know you have been hacked” concluded Nagel. “The more prepared you are, the better off you’ll be in the event of an attack.”


Looking for some outside cybersecurity support?


Contact John Nagel of CyberNet Security, LLC at john.nagel@cybernetsecurity.com or John Notch of Emergency Management Planners at john.notch@emplanners.com.


CYBERCRIME BY THE


NUMBERS:


■ 43% of cyberattacks target small businesses. [Small Business Trends | 2018]


■ There are 2.7 million cyber- crime victims a day. [RiskIQ | 2018]


■ 60% of small- and mid-sized businesses that are hacked go out of business within six months. [National Cyber Security Alliance | 2018]


■ A business will fall victim to a ransomware attack every 11 seconds by 2021. [Cybersecurity Ventures | 2018]


■ 76% of businesses reported being the victim of a phishing attack in the last year. [Wombat Security | 2018]


■ 58% of malware attack victims are categorized as small busi- nesses. [Verizon Data Breach Incident Report | 2018]


■ It can take up to 197 days to identify a data breach and another 69 days to contain it. [Ponemon Institute | 2018]


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