The Biden administration proposed a $9 billion upgrade to the nation’s cybersecurity capabilities as part of his proposed stimulus plan. (Official White House Photo by Adam Schultz)

Updating and strengthening cybersecurity can be a costly proposition for small and medium businesses with limited budgets. With that in mind, the Biden administration has offered some relief to the tune of $9 billion.

But what do cash-strapped businesses do in the meantime? Tugboat Logic CEO Ray Kruck, explains how small businesses can keep up with the current security demands, even without the coveted government dollars.

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