No one in IT leadership wants to go through a data disaster recovery effort or rectify large-scale impacts to corporate systems. Even so, it’s something CIOs, CISOs, data administrators, and others in charge of enterprise data infrastructure have found themselves doing thanks to the increasing frequency of ransomware attacks and other cybersecurity incidents. (See Colonial Pipeline, Brenntag, Accenture, South African Justice Department. The list goes on.) These cyberattack threats are in addition to the increase in wildfires, storms, and other natural disasters which threaten physical data center infrastructures. The best way to recover quickly from a disaster — or even…
Healthcare Cybersecurity in the Age of COVID-19: A Once-in-a-Lifetime Level of Distraction
The healthcare industry has always been and will continue to be the target of ransomware and other cyberattacks. These breaches,...
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Disaster Recovery Testing Done Right: A Guide to Confirming Your DR Plan Is Ready to Go
The importance of disaster recovery testing can’t be overstated. It’s one thing to have a DR plan in place. It’s...
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Cybersecurity Insurance Verification in the Digital Pandemic Age
Remote Work and the Digital Pandemic Last year, the FBI reported a 400% increase in cyberattacks, in large part due...
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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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