Small and Medium Businesses
Small businesses may not consider themselves targets for cyberattacks due to their small size or the perception that they don't have anything worth stealing. However, small businesses have valuable information cyber criminals seek, such as employee and customer records, bank account information and access to the business's finances, and access to larger networks. In some ways, small businesses are at a higher risk of cyberattacks than larger businesses because they often have fewer resources dedicated to cybersecurity. CISA provides resources and materials to help you keep your small business cyber secure. If you have questions about CISA partnership opportunities or would like to tell us about your capabilities, please email CISAVendorEngagement@cisa.dhs.gov.
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CISA has compiled a list of free tools and services to help small and medium businesses further advance their security capabilities. This living repository includes services provided by CISA, widely used open-source tools, and other free tools and services offered by private and public sector organizations.