Today’s IT strategists know that data security threats cannot be ignored. According to AV-Test, a security research firm, there are over 350,000 new malware programs every day.
It is critical that IT invests in cyber resiliency, so that when a security event occurs – and it will – the data on which the business relies is protected.
Businesses today are using the cloud to protect against ransomware – but should they? Find out how to use the cloud as an effective backup and security tool.
Cybercriminals are targeting SMBs because so many of those SMBs think they’ll never be targeted. Consequently, they see little or no need for robust cybersecurity protection. It’s an antiquated and enormously risky mindset that confounds cybersecurity experts. And it’s something that needs to be remedied.
So far in 2021, ransomware attacks have increased 102% compared to the same period in 2020, and the impact of these attacks continues to grow. Find out how disaster recovery and ransomware are connected and how you can protect yourself from this growing threat.
Updating your disaster recovery plan is an important step in periodically ensuring business continuity in the face of a constantly changing risk environment.
Ensure when you are communicating your business continuity plan, your teams are prepared to act while also protecting mission-critical data and operations.
The CFO and CIO could join forces to help derisk the business – but do they? Find out why the CFO and CIO can and should work together.
Ransomware and the recent outbreak of coronavirus illustrate the importance of backups in business continuity and disaster recovery programming. Learn more.
Understanding cloud storage vs local storage is important to deploying the right storage solution for your business. Cloud storage is the process of storing digital data in an online space that spans multiple servers and locations, and it is usually maintained by a hosting company.
Accessibility. Flexibility. Affordability. Those are just a few reasons the “everything-as-a-service” (XaaS) model has taken off in recent years.