It is extremely important to the team at North Bridge to fight back against cyber crime and protect businesses and individuals from the fallout of cyber criminals’ immoral activities. Cyber crime can have devastating consequences for both small businesses and individuals, including financial loss, reputational damage, and emotional trauma.
According to a report by the National Cyber Security Alliance, 60% of small businesses go out of business within six months of a cyber attack. Small businesses often have limited resources and may not have the necessary safeguards in place to protect themselves from cyber threats. As a result, they can be particularly vulnerable to cyber attacks and may not have the means to recover from the financial and reputational damage caused by these attacks.
In addition to the impact on small businesses, cyber crime can also have significant consequences for individuals and their families. Cyber criminals often target individuals for their personal and financial information, which can lead to identity theft and financial loss. In fact, the Federal Trade Commission estimates that there are over 13 million victims of identity theft in the United States each year.
The team at North Bridge is committed to fighting back against cyber crime and protecting businesses and individuals from the negative impacts of these crimes. We work with our clients to identify potential vulnerabilities in their systems and implement measures to prevent cyber attacks. By doing so, we can help protect businesses and individuals from financial loss, reputational damage, and emotional trauma caused by cyber crime.
Overall, it is critical for the team at North Bridge to fight back against cyber crime and protect businesses and individuals from the consequences of these immoral activities. By working with our clients to prevent cyber attacks and ensure the security of their sensitive data, we can help create a safer and more secure online environment for all.