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When ransomware attacks are double-trouble for your data
Everyone is afraid of ransomware, and for good reason. An attack can freeze up your systems and make your data inaccessible.
- But did you know that cyberattackers sometimes come back for more? In an industry survey, one in two IT professionals said they had been hit by multiple ransomware attacks. 
- If you’ve survived a ransomware attack, you know how important good backup is. Unfortunately, local backup solutions won’t usually work because they’re frozen by the attack, and many ransomware variants delete local backups to prevent recovery. Cloud backup can restore your data, but you’ll need to make sure all of your devices are covered, and it may take longer than you want.
- If you want a comprehensive, set-and-forget backup strategy, managed backup is your best bet. We can help you back up all your devices multiple times a day, and quickly restore your data at the first sign of trouble―no matter how many times that trouble comes knocking.
- “Repeat Ransomware Attacks: Why Organizations Fall Victim,” TechTarget.(Accessed March 2021).
Wilmington Health reached out to us for strategic direction on their storage, backup, archive, disaster recovery, and business continuity. We engaged our Virtual CIO (vCIO) service and we delivered for all of their locations across the region.
Manuel Lloyd has acted in a vCIO capacity for Wilmington Health for several months and has provided invaluable leadership and strategic direction for us.
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