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Written by  BOB ARNOLD

The new year is in full swing. With this first issue of Disaster Recovery Journal for 2019, I want to share a few things that are currently at the top of my priority list. Cyber Criminals Hacking, malware, social engineering, credential compromising, web attacks. These are only a few ways cyber criminals wreak havoc on your business. The new year will also bring additional threats and attacks. In fact, these will keep growing in quantity and complexity. It is critical to have systems—tools, policies, and strategies—already in place to fend off these ruthless criminals. It’s important to realize that not all cyberattacks can be prevented. This is why disaster recovery practices are imperative and necessary to avoid complete financial loss. They must also be flexible to adjust as new threats emerge and evolve. Let DRJ help you stay one step ahead of cyber criminals by providing you with the essential tools and processes in