With the increasing reliance of organizations on data for their daily operations, IT teams look to move to DevOps, support new Internet of Things (IoT) and edge use cases, to optimize virtually every aspect of business operations.
Ransomware knows no boundaries. It can strike any of your customers, regardless of company size or location. And the stakes are higher than ever — lost revenue, data leaks, bad publicity, skyrocketing costs. Ransomware even drives companies out of business. Your customers need to Be Ready before they get hit.
We all hear the news – ransomware attacks are an unfortunate part of cyber life. To make matters worse, business is so good for these criminals, they’re developing more and more sophisticated threats. This results in organizations losing access to their data, potentially putting their entire business at risk. These poorly-protected organizations are often forced to pay the ransom – with the “hope” that their data is actually released – or attempt an ad hoc recovery effort without any guarantee of reliable recovery. To maintain access to your critical data, consider these four best practices to protect and recover from ransomware attacks with confidence.