Imagine, your accountant receives what appears to be a legitimate sent from a trusted vendor, clicks on the link and voila! a malicious virus quickly goes to work encrypting all of your files and locking you out…that is, until you pay the ransom.But what if your data is in the cloud? If you’re infected with ransomware, the files on your local hard drive will be held ransom and “…the copy you have in the cloud will be overwritten when your computer syncs. So your backup is also now held at ransom,” (citation) But not all is lost...
There are ways to backup your cloud and ensure true business continuity and protect your business. 1. Watch this video (it's a little techy) from our partner DATTO. You'll get to see first hand what a compromised cloud environment looks like, and see how the issue is remediated.
2. Join us for our exclusive VIP event, “What Every Executive Needs to Know About Data and Network Security.” This free event is to be held on Monday, October 3rd at 6:00 pm at the Monkish Brewing company.
Your first rounds on us Seating is very limited. P.S. There will also be time to network with other execs from a variety of industries. Join us. P.P.S. Register here and learn about the multi-layered approach to data and network security that will protect your company from the onslaught of computer email scams, ransomware, malware, and human error.