Conventional wisdom has long held that small businesses have less sophisticated cybersecurity defenses, small budgets and fewer skilled resources, providing an easy entry point for hackers into large enterprises. New research contradicts this belief. (ISC)², seeking to understand the level of threat posed to large enterprises by third-party providers. polled 709 respondents, half of whom were from small businesses with 250 or fewer employees, and half of which were from large enterprises with at least 1,000 employees. The study found that large enterprises as a whole are conflicted about how much risk small businesses really pose. Download the full report below for all the details.