Cybersecurity Statistics

The latest innovations in spa-focused software and tools are extremely useful for the entire hospitality community, but it also opens up wellness businesses to unwanted online hackers. It is no longer a question of if, but when businesses will be faced with a cyber attack, spas included. Check out the inforgraphic below based on the 2014 U.S. State of Cybercrime Survey conducted at Carnegie Mellon University, to learn more about the potential effects of cybercrime on a wide variety of businesses. Flip to our story, Information Overload, coming up in the December issue to get more spa-focused tips on safeguarding your client data.

 

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