Whether it’s a hurricane or a tornado, a fire or a flood, or even a cyber attack, any business can be hit by a disaster. But by preparing your company for the worst, you can not only survive whatever happens but recover more quickly than the competition.
As enterprise IT continues to expand beyond the four walls of the data center, disaster recovery plans are being forced to adapt to include all infrastructure in private, public, and hybrid cloud scenarios.
According to 451 Research, more than half of all retail, financial services, and healthcare organizations have launched a formal digital transformation initiative across the entire enterprise.
Although there is no one-size-fits-all cyber-risk strategy for businesses, business owners need to understand that there are basic principles every organization must adhere to in order to ensure its safe from cyber-security attacks.
With the explosion in digital technology and big data, managing their exposure to cyber-security threats has become imperative for firms in a world where users are beginning to get wary of the amount of data firms have on them.