Win the battle against Ransomeware

Ransomware knows no boundaries. It can strike any business regardless of company size or location.

Ransomware knows no boundaries. It can strike any business regardless of company size or location.

And the stakes are higher than ever – lost revenue, data leaks, bad publicity, skyrocketing costs. Ransomware can have a tremendous negative effect if you are not prepared.

1: Is your disaster recovery strategy ready for ransomware?
2: Have you hardened your data protection solution?
3: Does your data protection solution know what a ransomware attack looks like?
4: Can you deliver fast restores to your organization?
5: Are you able to test your recovery readiness?

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We’ll discuss the following 5 simple questions

During this upcoming series: Win the battle against ransomware, we’ll discuss 5 simple questions that will help determine if your data protection solution is ready to defend you against the threat of a ransomware attack.

1: Is your disaster recovery strategy ready for ransomware?

We all hear the news – ransomware attacks are an unfortunate part of cyber life. To make matters worse, business is so good for these criminals that they’re developing more and more sophisticated threats. This results in organizations losing access to their data, potentially putting their entire business at risk.

2: Have you hardened your data protection solution?

Viruses, worms, trojans, and rogue security software: These are just some of the nightmare scenarios IT pros have to contend with. In fact, it’s the constantly morphing nature of ransomware that makes it so tough to keep your organization’s data out of the hands of greedy hackers.

3: Does your data protection solution know what a ransomware attack looks like?

You've seen the headlines – organizations with their data held hostage and payouts to perpetrators to restore it. With new strains of ransomware and other malware threats on the rise, your enterprise and customer data is continually at risk despite steps you’ve taken.

4: Can you deliver fast restores to your organization?

Ransomware is a real threat to all types of organizations. It can bring your daily business operations to a halt, disrupt your business continuity, and cost you potential revenue.

5: Are you able to test your recovery readiness?

The ransomware discussion doesn’t have to be scary. We can help you be ready to mitigate the risk of ransomware and recover quickly after an attack. Commvault customers have the confidence and trust they need to store, protect, manage, and use their data and applications, before, through, and beyond ransomware attacks.

Viruses, worms, trojans, and rogue security software: These are just some of the nightmare scenarios IT pros have to contend with.

In fact, it’s the constantly morphing nature of ransomware that makes it so tough to keep your organization’s data out of the hands of greedy hackers.

You've seen the headlines – organizations with their data held hostage and payouts to perpetrators to restore it.

With new strains of ransomware and other malware threats on the rise, your enterprise and customer data is continually at risk despite steps you’ve taken.

The ransomware discussion doesn’t have to be scary.

We can help you be ready to mitigate the risk of ransomware and recover quickly after an attack. Commvault customers have the confidence and trust they need to store, protect, manage, and use their data and applications, before, through, and beyond ransomware attacks.

M&A Technology: Ransomware knows no boundaries. It can strike any business regardless of company size or location.

Disaster recovery and business continuity planning should be considered a critical aspect of running a business. However, many organizations disregard it completely. Others have some kind of plan in place, but fail to grasp how time consuming the recovery process can be and the the associated cost of downtime. The good news is that today’s data protection technologies and services have greatly improved the IT piece of the business continuity puzzle. There are a wide array of options in the market today at different price points, which enables you to select a product or service tailored to your specific business needs.

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