If we look only at the issue of information security , we clearly see the importance of cloud backup. According to the Midyear Security Roundup report, Ransonware -type data hijacking attacks still pose a major threat.
Another estimate, this time brought by Fortinet , points out that, in 2019, there were 15 billion attempts of cyber attacks in general. They occur in a variety of ways, with Trojan-type viruses, or “Trojan horses”, being the most common. Unfortunately, when it comes to cyber attacks, IT managers must allow themselves to think that it is no longer “if it's going to happen to me”, but when.
Due to the increasing level of sophistication of the attacks, companies should not only think about prevention, but also how to remedy, that is, have more than one plan, being the “A” for prevention.
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Companies that have a well-structured cloud backup strategy can recover their data more easily if the worst happens, whether through human, technical failure or even an attack.
Ransomware attacks: an issue that haunts companies
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It turns out that, in a context of digital transformation , cloud backup is paramount. In this movement in which businesses of all sizes and sizes have invested in innovative solutions to gain differentiation in the market, improve processes, reduce costs, among other advantages, this practice gains more and more relevance.
Companies that have cloud backup as a strategy also reduce the risk of financial and image damage, in case something happens to their files and documents. After all, everything will be available in the cloud computing provider's datacenter and can be recovered.