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…
Achieving Data Resilience at Scale
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Cloud Security: Reflecting on 2023 to Improve 2024
The world’s cloud computing market is expanding at a high speed. If it continues its current pace, it will grow...
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The Role the NIST Framework Should Play in Creating a Cyber Secure DR Infrastructure
Any organization irrespective of its size must acknowledge the reality of cybersecurity threats. Further, no organization can or should assume...
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How to Defend Against Cyberattacks That Take Over Admin Accounts
In July, 45 high-profile Twitter accounts tweeted variations of the same offer: Send me any amount of Bitcoin, and I’ll...
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