It doesn't matter how big or small your business is, or whether its annual revenue places it on the Fortune 500 list. If you run an enterprise, you are a potential target of cybercrime. It's as simple as that. The problem is that some enterprises don't seem to realize this. Instead of preparing to guard against the multitude of threats out there, they prefer to operate in a mode of futile rationalizing. We're not a big enough business anyway. We don't represent the kind of target that would be lucrative for hackers. These are the types of excuses that organizations fall back on to justify inaction. But this approach is a recipe for disaster. Instead, companies need to stop making excuses and start focusing on coming up with the best cybersecurity plan for them.