Having a robust data protection and disaster recovery plan in place has never been more important for enterprises.
From data breaches and disasters, to hardware failures and the recent explosion in remote work, ensuring your organization protects its information and can quickly bounce back from disruptions should be top of mind for every member of your team.
In our new eBook, Always Be Prepared: An In-Depth Guide to Developing a Rock-Solid Disaster Recovery Plan for Business Continuity, we provide you with a detailed look at how your data and operations may be at risk.
We also walk you through how you can measure your own resilience and start building out a data protection and disaster recovery plan that will help you weather any potential storm.
Here’s an excerpt:
According to numbers compiled by Statista, in 2019 alone more than 160 million records were exposed through data breaches in the United States. And that number was actually much smaller than the previous year, when the amount of records exposed topped a whopping 470 million.
While human errors and technical fails certainly contributed to these massive numbers, the vast majority of breaches were likely due to bad actors taking advantage of enterprises not properly protecting their data.
These failures to protect data can be a nightmare at best, and catastrophic at worst, for enterprises. Beyond substantial fines and, in some cases, Congressional hearings, allowing customer information to be exposed creates a distrust that stains a brand for years.
Compounding the challenge of protecting data is the fact that in order to actually leverage the unprecedented flow of information enterprises now have access to they need to democratize access to data like never before.
Once the domain of IT teams, information is now being used throughout enterprises—from data scientists running AI and ML models, to sales and marketing, HR departments, and even outside vendors.
Each of these points of access has its own potential for breaches, which makes developing—and stringently following—proper data protection more critical than ever.
This guide is designed to help your organization cover all the bases when it comes to protecting your data and achieving business continuity even in the most challenging of times. Download your free copy today.
As always, if you want to learn more about how Redapt can help you with your data protection—or any of your technology needs—schedule a call with one of our experts.
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