The other cost of ransomware: downtime
Millions of dollars down the drain, immense reputational damage -- your worst nightmare, right? Having witnessed how data breaches have ravaged the cyber-security industry, we’re convinced that continuity planning is more important than ever.
That’s not to say preventing ransomware isn’t important, we cover that at length in our eBook as well. However, everyone here at Data Sensei believes that with the right continuity planning, ransomware is almost totally harmless.
Our seven-chapter eBook walks you through understanding, preventing, and containing ransomware so you’re never subjected to the data loss, downtime, or blackmail that comes with it. If you’ve never considered how continuity planning could almost totally eliminate the threat of ransomware, read on, because this eBook covers:
- How to begin formulating an “e-crisis” response plan
- Why exhaustive access permissions are so crucial to averting this awful malware
- How to combine file sharing and data backup into a single service
- What you need to do the moment you notice an infected machine on your network
Data Sensei has completely modernized our practice. We started with transitioning to VoIP phone service which significantly reduced our phone bill and eliminated costly support on our aging PBX phone system. We then moved to secure cloud-based file collaboration. This single move improved productivity, accuracy, and security by 1000%. We had been managing our documents on an in-house file server and emailing versions for review which required people to be in the office and made version control impossible. Now versions are automatically archived and employees can work on the documents from any location on any device. Furthermore we can now securely share electronic documents with our clients; which was impossible with traditional email.