First published: 12 Jun 2024
Last updated: 12 Jun 2024

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Small & medium business

While you’re getting prepared for the new financial year, it’s also a great time to check your business’ cyber health.

Cyber attacks are happening more often, recovery can be costly and every Australian business is a target. In the 2022-23 financial year, the average cost of cybercrime for small businesses increased to $46,000, and for medium businesses it increased to $97,000.

Australian small and medium businesses can take practical steps to be more cyber secure using our resources for Small Business Cyber Security. You can learn about common cyber threats impacting small and medium businesses and find guidance to help you protect your business online.

Our small and medium business cyber security resources put everything you need in one place. You can use the Small Business Cyber Security Checklist to assess and improve your cyber security practices. You can also read guidance to help you secure your customers’ data and protect your business from email compromise.

To get alerts and valuable insights delivered to your inbox, you can join ASD’s free Cyber Security Partnership Program as a Business Partner.

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