All size organizations need to face an unpleasant truth. It is not a question of “if” they will experience a ransomware attack, it is a matter of “when.” While cybersecurity software serves as a first line defense against ransomware, some attacks do unfortunately succeed. In those instances, organizations may use immutable storage solutions to protect their data and as a source to recover it. An Ounce of Prevention Statista, a global research firm, revealed that 304 million ransomware attacks occurred worldwide in 2020, or about 800,000 attacks daily. Posts on Quora estimate the entire world contains about 300 million companies.…
What Really Happens During a Ransomware Attack?
By early 2020, ransomware attacks had increased by 41% over 2019 levels, and the average ransom payment had risen to...
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Backup and Disaster Recovery Services: Only as Reliable as Your Network Connection
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Critical infrastructure is the heartbeat of America. It covers everything from shelter and agriculture, to public health and transportation. So...
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How Data Centers Help Embattled Enterprises in the Fight Against Ransomware
The recent Colonial Pipeline ransomware disruption highlights the fact that it’s not likely a question of “if” your organization will...
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