Create a data recovery plan and secure your network It's unrealistic to think that you can completely avoid cyber-attacks and data breaches, so it's vital to have a proper data recovery plan in place. You can also tighten your defenses significantly by ensuring all of your network devices are properly configured, and by putting some thought into all of your potential network borders.
Data Recovery Capability Do you have a proper backup plan in place? Have you ever tested it to see that it works? Disaster recovery is absolutely vital, but an alarming number of companies do not have an adequate system in place. A survey of 400 IT executives by IDG Research revealed that 40% rate their organizations' ability to recover their operations in the event of disaster or disruption as "fair or poor." Three out of four companies fail from a disaster recovery standpoint, according to the Disaster Recovery Preparedness Benchmark.
A successful malware attack can lead to altered data on all compromised machines and the full effects are often very difficult to determine. The option to roll back to a backup that predates the infection is vital. Backed up data must be encrypted and physically protected. It's also important that a test team routinely checks a random sampling of system backups by restoring them and verifying data integrity.
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