IT Recovery Readiness: A Matter of When, Not If
Ransomware has single-handedly elevated the C-Suite understanding of the strategic importance of business continuity. What used to be a “Fortune 50” problem, now plagues organizations of every size, vertical and type.
Why? It’s safer, easier, bigger, and more profitable than the world-wide drug trade. For a small effort, hackers can get big returns. They do not care that even if you pay up (and the decryption key they provide works) a lot of carnage remains. The costs of downtime, reputation, lost business, and emergency IT response eclipses the ransom fee. And don’t think that cyber insurance policy will help when you need it most. Getting your systems back online is not their priority. Assessing if it was an avoidable claim, is their focus.
Your C-Suite is Ready to Address Business Continuity
The good news? Your leadership team wants to address business continuity and IT recovery strategies. Data protection in real time and proactive Return to Operations are “the new black”. Documenting the RTO requirements makes it easier to identify (and fund) the technologies needed.
Archiving is a powerful tool to support business continuity. It’s no longer just for compliance audits, your legal team, and communications continuity. To learn more, check out our on-demand discussion session.
You get two perspectives: a leading industry analyst and an experienced IT professional. The combined discussion is an accessible starting point for today’s business continuity discussions.