Black Sea Scientific Journal Of Academic Research

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Author(s): Abdulova Aygun*, Quluyeva Sevinc*, Farhadova Sadat*, Huseynova Efsane* and Qafarov Mecid*

Small businesses are just as vulnerable to cyber security threats as large corporations. A typical assumption for small businesses is that they are safe because of a lack of definition, that their business is too little to be a target, which is regrettably not the case. Assailants are increasingly automating their attacks; it is becoming easier for them to target hundreds, if not thousands, of small firms at once. Little businesses regularly have less rigid mechanical guards, less mindfulness of dangers and less time and asset to put into cyber security. As a result, they are a more straightforward target for programmers than larger enterprises.

Cyber-attacks continue to wreak havoc on corporate computer security. These assaults progress in a predictable pattern, becoming increasingly advanced and powerful. They expand through exploiting security flaws in both public and private organizations and businesses. SMBs (Small and Medium-Sized Businesses), due to their structure and financial characteristics, are especially harmed when a cyber-attack takes put. In spite of the fact that organizations and companies put parts of endeavors in executing security arrangements, they are not continuously compelling. This is often extraordinarily important for SMEs, which don't have sufficient financial assets to present such arrangements.

In this way, there's a require of giving SMEs with affordable, brilliantly security frameworks with the capacity of identifying and recuperating from the foremost hindering assaults. In this paper, we propose a brilliantly cyber security stage, which has been planned with the objective of making a difference SMEs to create their frameworks and organize more secure.

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