Heather Stratford of Stronger International: 5 Things You Need To Know To Optimize Your Company’s Approach to Data Privacy and Cybersecurity

An Interview With Jason Remillard

Jason Remillard
Nov 13, 2020 · 20 min read

Backups let you sleep at night. Backups are a way to reconfigure lost data, whether it was stolen or encrypted by ransomware. Backups allow a system to be reconfigured without losing key information or current data. Backups are preventative and need to be checked occasionally to ensure they are happening. There are several cloud-based backups that are easy to deploy and cost a fraction of the time and headache associated with the alternative of lost data or ransomware encryption. When backups are not in place, ransomware victims often turn to IT and ask: Why didn’t we back up? Why did this not happen? It’s insurance on what could happen. And it’s a key part of any strong cyber posture. Backups are also a way to reduce the anxiety level of a cyber team. Knowing that there is a backup plan in place should things go sideways is peace of mind.

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