Ransomware attacks have escalated to the point that over 50 percent of US businesses reported an attack in the past twelve months. Continuing changes in ransomware’s attack methods make it a matter of when, not if, organizations experience an attack. While concerning, best practices exist that organizations can implement to detect, stop, and recover from an attack. Using a combination of cybersecurity software, object-based network storage, and backup software, organizations can keep ransomware at bay.
In this white paper, Jerome Wendt of DCIG breaks down:
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Read this white paper to see why ransomware is forcing multi-site organizations to adopt a standardized prevention strategy and product to protect their data against cyber-attacks.Download