A Data Breach can cause downtime and damage your business
It’s important to plan for disasters of all types and sizes: fraud, ransomware, cyber-attacks, floods, fires, power or IT system failure, human error, and other unexpected situations. Types of disasters may vary, but the impact is real: data loss and operational downtime are harmful for any business.
Downtime caused by disaster can mean irreparable damage to data, reputation, customer relationships, income and the overall vitality of your business.
With data security the best offense is an eyes open, layered, and intentional defense. You must protect your business by formulating your vulnerabilities, safeguarding against each risk and preparing a plan for business continuity. Consider a disaster recovery that will shield your data, protect your business, and keep your systems reliable.
For small business owners, formulating a new backup and disaster recovery plan is one of those all-important tasks that often gets put on the back burner. Consider to reflect on statistics, then consider the importance of having an effective backup and disaster recovery plan in place for your business.
1 in 5 small businesses will suffer a cyber breach this year
81% of all breaches happen to small-and-medium-sized businesses
Ransonware attacks have caused an average of 16.2 days of downtime
Companies that are not able to resume operations within ten days of a disaster are not likely to survive
75% of small businesses do not have a disaster recovery plan in place
80% of businesses that suffer a major disaster go out of business in three years
Noone ever suspects their office printer – a recent survey reported that 60% of companies surveyed had a data breach that involved a printer
Protect Data No Matter Where It Lives
An integrated disaster recovery plan needs to be reliable, simple and quick. Our Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery plan and solutions are reliable, scalable, and affordable.
Crucial business data, systems, desktops, server and even web-based applications (SaaS) data must be protected and recoverable.
With our secure virtualization solutions, when disaster strikes your data and applications are protected and quickly available for use again, either onsite or in the cloud, so your business can continue operations without losing data or productivity.
It is not always possible to prevent a cyber attack, natural disaster, technical malfunction or human error, but you can protect your business from expensive data loss by investing in a solution that aids in data backup and disaster recovery.
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