Ransomware and other cyberthreats are changing business’s needs for data protection across their on-premise, private cloud, SaaS, and public cloud environments.
If your organization is attacked, are you ready? Do you have a ransomware or disaster recovery plan in place?
Storagepipe has put together a template to guide you through the process and information that you need to gather, assess, and build upon for effective data Backup and Disaster Recovery. Download your copy of our Disaster Recovery Plan Template here!
As ransomware attacks have become an inevitability, disaster recovery is more important than ever before. However, with competing budget and security priorities many organizations are left exposed and unprepared.
Gartner Peer Insights and Storagepipe surveyed 100 engineering, security, IT, and operations leaders to discover their concerns, predictions, and challenges when it comes to disaster recovery. Read on for key insights or download the full report here!
What are the biggest threats to your businesses systems and data today?
When asked what they considered to be the biggest threats to their systems and data today, we found that IT leaders believe cybersecurity threats to be a key concern overall. Nearly half of the 100 surveyed (40%) said that ransomware/malware is their top concern, followed by user error (24%) and backup and recovery failure (15%).
When asked if their organization had experienced a data breach or cyberattack in the past two years, the majority (44%) of respondents said that they did, 42% said they did not and 14% were not sure.
Of those who have experienced a breach in the last 2 years, 61% said that breach was caused by malicious emails.
Additionally, only 2% of respondents said their end users have not experienced some form of email phishing.
Analyzing this data and these responses brings us back to the question –
How strong is your disaster recovery safety net after all?
Is your organization using effective cybersecurity and data protection strategies, solutions and/or services to ensure that your data and systems as well as your customers’ data and privacy are protected?
When we asked this question, 96% of respondents said that they’re using proactive cybersecurity to ensure the availability of their data, but only 59% of respondents said that they’re doing this for their business systems.
How are they protecting their data? Take a look here:
82% of tech leaders are using either a Managed Backup as a Service provider or a Managed Disaster Recovery as a Service provider to protect their business while 72% of tech leaders are using tools available through their Cloud provider to protect their Cloud environments. What’s interesting is that even amongst those using Cloud Provider tools, 80% of those are also using either a Managed Backup as a Service provider or a Managed Disaster Recovery as a Service provider for additional protection and expertise.
If you were attacked by ransomware today, how quickly would you be able to recover all your systems, data, and business operations?
70% of respondents said that if they were attacked by ransomware, they’d be able to recover all their systems within 24 hours, and 12% said it would take more than 48 hours.
24 hours or less is not fast enough for most business recovery time objectives (RTOs). If your current services and solutions are unable to recover and restore your data quickly enough to meet your RTO, the business stands to suffer unacceptable downtime, damage, and consequences.
No matter the size, location, or industry, organizations need to take the time to put together a well-thought-out and practical disaster recovery strategy for implementing cybersecurity and DR best practices.
Organizations should have an easy-to-understand step-by-step guide on what to do in a data emergency so that employees, partners and vendors understand their roles, responsibilities and the resources available to them before, during and after a crisis strikes.
Storagepipe has put together a template to guide you through the process and information that you need to gather, assess, and build upon for effective data Backup and Disaster Recovery. Download your copy of our DR Plan Template here!
What backup and disaster recovery software does your organization have in place today? Is your organization considering immutable storage to protect data from cybersecurity threats?
Download this report to find out what 100 IT leaders have to say about this!
Strengthen Your Security Posture with our Disaster Recovery Plan
Many companies large and small are searching for flexible and affordable cybersecurity and ransomware recovery services that can help them be more proactive and also recover from ransomware across their endpoints, network, cloud, and SaaS applications.
A well-prepared ransomware or disaster recovery plan recognizes that a disruption to your business for even a few hours can result in significant financial and reputational repercussions. The plan should include Recovery Point Objective (RPO) and Recovery Time Objective (RTO) directives that guide decisions, procedures, and cybersecurity, backup and disaster recovery services that ensure that your business survives with as little damage as possible.
Ransomware Prevention with Managed Cybersecurity Services
Storagepipe can help identify weak points in your cyber resilience posture and provide a combination of cybersecurity services to help protect your business. Share your cybersecurity concerns today to see how we can help!
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