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.…
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