But many don’t know that their backup is susceptible to ransomware attacks too. In many cases, your backups can be encrypted along with your live systems, forcing your organisation into a terrible decision of paying the ransom, employing a specialist to attempt decryption, or losing your data.
There are now both technologies and best practices that ensure an ‘air-gap’ between your live systems and your backup. Join our backup experts to discover:
- A real-world example of a ransomware attack that disabled both a live system and backups, and how the business dealt with the aftermath
- What an air-gap is and why it’s important
- Best practices and technologies available to ensure an air-gap and credential protection
- How disaster recovery (DR) planning, testing and technologies have evolved to focus on cyber attacks
- How the combination of backup, DR and security technologies can provide the strongest assurances to your business