Source: Bisnow

By now, most commercial real estate executives know that they can fall prey to a cyberattack, and many companies have already taken precautions to safeguard their transactions, data and privacy.
But with the number of data breaches growing, those precautions may not be enough to secure CRE companies — even small ones — against ransomware, malware and phishing. Worse, executives’ confidence in their companies’ preparation might be blinding them to glaring vulnerabilities.
According to RSM’s 2019 Special Report on Cybersecurity, middle market companies have become more popular prey for hackers, phishers and other malicious actors looking to steal valuable information and make…

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