Set to kick-off on June 20th at 12:30 pm, Twinstate Technologies is teaming up yet again with partner Datto, a world leader in data protection, to bring you “How to Combat Ransomware,” a free webinar focused on helping businesses recognize and build resiliency against attacks. Set to be our second presentation of “How to Combat Ransomware,” experts Alex Insley, Twinstate’s Unified Defense Strategies Technical Manager, and Datto’s Michael DePalma, Security Expert & Channel Development Manager, will be discussing not only the importance of recognizing and understanding the severity of a ransomware attack, but how you can prepare your business if a disaster strikes.
Often times we think of disasters coming in the forms of fires, floods and other unfortunate situations that Mother Nature might throw our way. But make no mistake; downtime due to a ransomware attack is indeed a disaster too. And it isn’t just the larger businesses that hackers are after. More and more we are seeing small and medium-sized businesses’ productivity stop due to a ransomware attack. Why? Because these are often the companies who are left unprotected or poorly protected from malware. Studies now show that 60 percent of attacks are on small to medium-sized businesses. And 60 percent of that number go out of business within 6 months. Therefore, having a plan for disaster recovery can literally save your business.
In this webinar, Insley and DePalma will dive deep into how your business-critical information can be backed up and restored so that no matter the disaster, your business will continue to be operational and avoid downtime. With Twinstate and Datto partnering together, customers will have the opportunity to learn from industry experts about the importance of business continuity and how having a disaster recovery plan can save your business from taking a financial hit and potentially having important business and even your customer’s information exploited.
With attacks happening more often than ever before and predicted to increase in 2017, the time to act is now. Sign up for our free webinar on June 20th and learn how to combat ransomware.