Best Practices to Recover from a Cyber Attack

Cyber-attacks have become a common occurrence – and they are growing more sophisticated and devastating every day. In 2019, cyber-attacks on businesses cost as much as $600 billion a year globally . Ransomware attacks like WannaCry and Petya/NotPetya have cost organizations tens of millions of dollars in lost revenue per day. They also inflict damage to reputation and negatively impact stock prices. The cyber threat is expected to increase as the world economy continues to digitize operations, supply chains, business transactions, and employee and customer services.

Most organizations have strong detection capabilities in place. But could your organization recover if an attacker gets through the perimeter and encrypts or wipes your data? Organizations need to consider recovery as a vital part of their overall cyber-security and risk management strategy. This video highlights how Cyber Recovery, leveraging Dell technologies and services, can augment your overall cyber-security posture and provide a way to recover from a destructive cyber-attack.

Download this video provided by Dell Technologies and Intel® to learn more.

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