Cyber Protection for NSBA Members

October 3, 2019

NSBA is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with Survive Cyber, a leading provider in cyber security protection.

Recent data indicates that a small and midsize businesses (“SMB”) suffer the lion’s share of cyber-attacks.  It is estimated that 61% of cyber-attacks affect companies with less than 100 employees.  Perhaps even more troubling, some studies show that as much as 60% of small businesses that experienced a significant cyber breach will go out business within six months.  The stakes could not be any higher!

For this reason, NSBA has entered into a partnership with Survive Cyber in order to help its members better protect themselves from the increasing risks associated with a cyber incident.  Survive Cyber is an affordable protection platform for small businesses that help reduce cybersecurity vulnerabilities and minimizes the legal and financial risks associated with a breach. Members gain access to US government-backed legal protections against breach-related lawsuits and regulatory fines. Survive Cyber’s security research center provide threat alerts to help organizations better protect against IT security threats. Should a company become a victim of a data breach while a Survive Cyber member, they will have access to up to $100,000 to recover from the event.

The strategic partnership is a natural one, given both organizations’ singular focus on the needs of small businesses.

Todd McCracken, President of NSBA comments:

We believe offering our members access to a risk mitigation cybersecurity platform that is specifically designed for the unique needs of the small business community makes a lot of sense. As one of the nation’s preeminent small business advocacy and public awareness organizations, our mission is to look after the best interests of this community. The statistics show cyber-attacks are hitting small businesses at an increasing rate. Small business owners must be aware that their companies represent worthwhile opportunities for hackers. Survive Cyber makes it possible for small businesses to get critical cybersecurity protection at a price they can afford.”

Greg osinoff, Chief Strategy Officer of Survive Cyber adds:

“Survive Cyber is very excited to partner with NSBA.  The two company’s laser focus on supporting the interests of the small business community are directly aligned. Survive Cyber’s cybersecurity risk mitigation platform it’s unique. For as little as $19.95 per month, members gain access to a powerful combination of cyber resources, access to qualified support vendors, legal liability protection backed by the US government, and a $100,000 cyber insurance protection policy.  It’s easy to implement, affordable and it works.”

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