Ransomware attacks companies every 11 seconds.
The end result? Lost productivity, loss or exposure of sensitive data, loss of current revenue, and even the risk of future profitability.
But there is good news: by deploying a cloud-based backup and DRaaS, your organization can recover much more quickly from a ransomware attack—significantly reducing the impact of ransomware and protecting companies’ bottom lines.
Whether your company has been infected by a ransomware attack or you want to try to mitigate any potential risks in the future, you need to be prepared.
Take a look at this checklist explaining the key steps that need to be taken once ransomware hits.