Ransomware has indeed been a “champ” in that it often defeats its targets. The best path to success is to not only work to prevent attacks from succeeding, but also have plans for recovering if they do. Download our eBook, “5 Essential Components of a Ransomware Protection Plan” to read tips for preventing ransomware attacks and coping with those that prevail. We’ll cover some highlights in this blog.
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In light of the near daily reports of ransomware attacks in the US and abroad impacting companies of all sizes and in every industry, cloud-based data protection company Infrascale has created an e-book detailing the five essential components that should be a integral part of every C-Suite’s ransomware protection plan.
Ransomware attacks continue to be a threat to organizations of all types and sizes. New hits occur on a near daily basis, with the latest incidents including hundreds of touchscreen ticket machines taken offline, and a law firm with dozens of major corporate clients. The Verizon 2021 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) states, “The …
Are You a Target for Ransomware? Don’t Pay the Ransom! When you’re infected by ransomware, your first line of defense is havinga backup and DR plan in place. And it only counts as a plan if you’ve tested it. GET the Ebook Number One Defense Strategy The number one threat polluting enterprise networks is …
According to Russell P. Reeder, CEO of data protection company Infrascale, share some insight on the recent news with Digital Journal: “In today’s digital age, it’s a matter of when not if cybercriminals will attack you. If everyone took the time to install the proper data protection measures, we could end the money flow and force the criminals to get legitimate work. “
Infrascale is a data protection company targeting small and medium businesses via MSPs with two major product streams: disaster recovery as-a-service (DRaaS) and backup and recovery. Infrascale backup sends data to the cloud, and also backs up data in cloud applications like Office365, Dropbox, Google Workspace, etc.
Infrascale is a data protection company targeting small and medium businesses via MSPs with two major product streams: disaster recovery as-a-service (DRaaS) and backup and recovery. Infrascale backup sends data to the cloud, and also backs up data in cloud applications like Office365, Dropbox, Google Workspace, etc. Its disaster recovery options support backup to an on-site appliance, running off local system replicas for DR, or running DR in the cloud.
Based on these estimates, the cumulative cost of cyberattacks could rise to $20 billion by 2021 from $11.5 billion in 2019. By 2021, a ransomware attack is expected to take place every 11 seconds according to this data. However, about one-quarter (28%) of small and midsized businesses (SMBs) lack a plan designed to mitigate ransomware attacks, according to a 2020 Infrascale survey.