One in every nine business PCs worldwide is at risk of infection from malware at any time according to new research from Avast.
The firm utilized its own threat detection and intelligence data from August to September 3018 to compile its Avast Global PC Risk Report 2019 which compared the likelihood of a cyberattack on PCs in SMBs by country and region to determine the most ‘at risk’ places.
Avast found that Pakistan, Vietnam and China are the riskiest places to be a business with more than a one in three chance of infection.
- UK unprepared for major cyberattacks
- Cyberattacks costing businesses millions each year
- Cyberattacks on businesses soar 55 percent
On the other hand, the US, the Netherlands and Ireland recorded the lowest business risk ratio globally though each country still had a one in eleven chance of infection. In the UK, 10 percent off business PCs are