While data is now being accessed and managed in the cloud, the devices and locations from which people are doing their work are often in shared, non-private spaces. These conditions are prime for cybercriminals to swoop in and take advantage of vulnerabilities in our systems.
On the corporate level, significant breaches may be career-ending for company executives, and as the level of attention on attacks rises, so does potential reputational as well as financial damage to the organisations that fall victim.
So, how exactly does Cloud Backup build a defense against ransomware attacks, and what are its disaster recovery plans in the case of catastrophic scenarios?
▶ Read more in this article from AvePoint.
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