Clay Calvert, Director of Cybersecurity at MetroStar Systems was featured in Constance Gustke’s piece, No Business Too Small to Be Hacked for the New York Times. The article discusses the threats small business face on a cyber front because they simply don’t have the resources or infrastructure of large businesses.
“Smaller companies are easier to hack,” said Clay Calvert, director of [cyber]security at MetroStar Systems, a Virginia-based firm. “They don’t have the resources to set up protective barriers.” Big companies, which have the financial resources to upgrade their security, have become less vulnerable.
Read the full article: No Business Too Small to Be Hacked