Ransomware continues to be a pain point for most modern organizations as the attacks grow more sophisticated and the costs of rectifying their impact remain high.
“The State of Ransomware 2020” report by Sophos suggests that organizations that do not pay the ransom can lose hundreds of thousands of dollars in terms of downtime, productivity, device, and network costs. For those that do pay the ransom, the costs often grow to over $1M.
This risk can be eliminated with a ransomware readiness plan and an effective DRaaS solution in place. In this webcast, phoenixNAP’s EVP of Products, William Bell, will provide some best practices for ransomware readiness, particularly focusing on vSphere environments. He will talk about the VMware-native DRaaS option through vCloud Availability and explain how it helps recover data in case of a ransomware attack or a disaster.
Watch this webcast to learn:
• State of ransomware 2020 and beyond
• Ransomware readiness best practices
• DRaaS capabilities and solutions
• DRaaS vs. backup as a service (BaaS)
• vSphere protection using VMware DRaaS
Publisher: phoenixNAP Global IT Services
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