WASHINGTON, April 11, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, the National Cybersecurity Society (NCSS) entered into a strategic partnership with Kabbage Inc., an online financial technology company that provides funding directly to small businesses through its automated lending platform.
A recent study by FireEye revealed that 77 percent of global cybercrime affects small and medium sized businesses. NCSS is a non-profit organization created to educate and advise small business owners on the complex and changing world of cybersecurity.
NCSS works with victims of cybercrime, government and businesses of all sizes to help fortify cybersecurity on a continual basis to help thwart evolving cyber threats and to mitigate the effects of cyber incidents when they occur.
"Together with Kabbage, our joint vision is a strong and prosperous small business community, with the ability to conduct business online safely and securely," says Mary Ellen Seale, NCSS founder and Chief Executive Officer. "Through our strategic partnership, Kabbage customers who complete NCSS CARES, an assessment of how to measure small business cyber risk, will receive a free one-year membership – enabling the benefits of education, remediation tips and access to our "Ask and Expert" service".
For more information, visit us at: nationalcybersecuritysociety.org
ABOUT THE NATIONAL CYBERSECURITY SOCIETY
The National Cybersecurity Society is committed to improving the online safety and security of the small business community through education, awareness, and advocacy. The organization's goal is to enable and empower small and medium businesses to obtain cybersecurity services; assist them in understanding their cyber risk; and advise on the type of protection needed.
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SOURCE The National Cybersecurity Society