With 600,000 new malware threats being identified every day, experts warn that every company will eventually be a victim. What happens when attackers bypass your cybersecurity solution? Disaster recovery (DR) plans need to be aligned with cybersecurity before an incident occurs to be effective during and after to get data, systems, and applications back online and maintain critical business functions. DR can be the one thing that saves your business in the case of a cyberattack. Keeping data secure requires more than just backups and recovery plans. New ransomware strains focus on deleting backup files, agents, and security software. It…
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