Many people think they are protected against hacking, data deletion and ransomware attacks because they do backups… only to find that after a cyber event, their backups were either destroyed or were ineffective. In this article, cyber-resilience expert Linus Chang breaks down the top 5 mistakes that means victims still have to pay ransoms to cyber criminals, despite having a backup system in place.
To achieve a successful bare-metal recovery, you need the right backup. In this article, we look at what makes a backup the ‘right backup’, and how to perform a recovery using Windows Server or BackupAssist.
Yes, absolutely it is possible to be cyber-resilient, to mitigate all common cyber risks, and to do it for less than a dollar per day. In this blog, we explain how to get the right backup within a budget.
Cyber-resilience is “an organization’s ability to recover from an adverse cyber-event”. How well can you recover from hacking, ransomware, natural disasters?
When ransomware strikes, your backup should save you from paying the ransom. But can ransomware infect and corrupt your backup? The answer may surprise you.
A step-by-step on dealing with planned and unplanned outages.