Ransomware recovery: Start getting back up before you’re even hit

Here’s how to put your plan together


Sponsored What’s the first step to recovering from a ransomware attack? Making sure you have a recovery plan in place well before you get attacked.

It’s not just a question of minimizing the chances of an attacker breaking through your defenses. You don’t have to make it easy for them, of course, but one will probably get through, eventually.

Yes, having the backups on hand to restore data if necessary is a given. But it’s also about having the tooling in place to recognize the attackers early, and being able to assess the impact. And it’s about working out whether you really need to turn to your backups, or whether there are other ways to remediate the attack.

If this sounds challenging, well, yes, it probably is. But is it more irksome than paying out a ransom? Then another the next time you get hit. And another. And… you get the picture.

If you really don’t want to think about paying up, you should think about joining us on October 6, at 11am BST, for this upcoming webcast, Build a Strategy so you Don’t Need to Pay the Ransom.

Your host will be our broadcast commissar Tim Phillips, a man so resilient, he’s practically a human stress ball. He’ll be joined by Rubrik’s field CTO James Blake, who’ll be explaining the practical first steps to defending against ransomware and transforming into a security forward enterprise.

What does it take to do this? Facing the challenges of cyber resilience head on is the first step, and James will get you started.

They’ll also work though the importance of automation, standardization, and orchestration. And, ultimately, they’ll show you how to build a strategy that’s buzzword free but works.

Zero trust is the name of the game, but you can trust us when we say you’ll come away better equipped to face down the ransomware. All you need to do is head here, register and we’ll have you bouncing to resilience before you can, “Nah, we’re not going to pay.”

Sponsored by Rubrik


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