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How to establish recovery policies after a ransomware attack?

Implement an effective backup policy, be able to react quickly to a security attack ransomware or to ensure that business continuity is maintained without interruption. These are just a few of the reasons why businesses are increasingly concerned about investing in disaster recovery technologies…because when the worst happens, it’s vital to have a plan B that can be implemented immediately.

And yet, how can you ensure disaster recovery plans are coordinated? with business continuity management Is there a way to optimally evaluate and balance technical functions, disaster recovery strategies and IT resources?

As VMware says in its guide Run your business with the right protectionIt all starts with a multi-tiered approach to disaster recovery. Having a plan and making simple (but effective) decisions helps businesses maximize ROI while driving secure cloud adoption as a stepping stone. Why in the cloud? Because as Gartner indicates, by 2023, at least 50% of workloads still hosted in the data center will use the public cloud for disaster recovery.

VMware’s guide identifies the elements to consider when developing an action plan and the measures to put in place to ensure that the company’s disaster recovery strategy delivers the expected results. .. and as Gartner also indicates, up to 76% of organizations have recorded at least one incident in the last two years that would have required the IT team to have a disaster recovery plan in place. As a fundamental part of this plan, we must take into account the following:

  • What should we protect?
  • How can you minimize risks related to outages, data availability and other issues?
  • How will disaster recovery affect internal and external services?
  • What are its compliance and audit requirements?
  • What is your strategy for recovering from a ransomware attack?
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After answering these questions, there remains one last one that is often overlooked:

Can you reliably conduct disaster recovery operations while ensuring the level of protection matches that specified in service level agreements? If you want to know more, don’t miss the guide “Run your business with the right protection”.