Ransomware attacks continue to be a regular cause of business interruption. While most attacks don’t make it into the news, you may remember the Atlanta ransomware attack that gripped headlines in 2018.
If you know how costly downtime is for your organization but you’re not sure how you can implement downtime defenses, you’ve come to the right place. Learn five actionable cybersecurity tips that will prevent downtime for your organization. We initially developed these tips for the manufacturing sector because they have the most to lose from downtime, but these tips are applicable to every industry. Read more
Implementing a backup solution is a good first step towards keeping your organization productive and avoiding costly downtime. But, not all backups are made the same.
Your security stack has several important elements such as a next-generation firewall or endpoint security. When all the others fail, a solid business continuity platform is going to get you back on your feet. Learn the top five reasons why business continuity needs to be in your security stack.
Unless you’ve isolated yourself from the world, I’m sure you have seen the news feeds on the hurricanes and the damage they are causing. These disasters bring up the perfect opportunity to discuss cloud backup solutions and the importance of your business continuity plans when faced with these conditions.
Businesses are relying on technology more and more every day, which is great when business is as usual. However, what happens when your business operations cease to a grinding halt due to an event? Your business continuity planning should kick in. If your leaders planned accordingly, your operations should resume, maybe with some extra steps and annoyances, but you will still be business as usual. At the end of the day, your infrastructure’s functionality should be operating like it would prior to the event, but this can’t happen without proper planning and training.
Everyone knows the importance of backing up data. Typical backups often use external hard drives, local backups, or cloud, but is this enough to support your business in the event of a disaster, truly? Whether it’s a fire, storm or even a security breach, the answer is: not likely. It’s important to understand what your backups will and won’t do in the event you have a disaster and what other measures you should be taking to ensure your business has a proper data backup and recovery solution.