Data is a valuable asset that is constantly under threat. Human errors, ransomware attacks, and data breaches all have the capacity to destroy data in a matter of minutes.
And these threats are only increasing: a recent study showed that a staggering 21% of all reported ransomware attacks happened in the last year, leaving those without proper recovery plans exposed to data and profit losses.1
Disaster recovery planning (DRP) is a proactive approach towards security that allows companies to prepare and mitigate the impacts of a disaster. A disaster recovery plan helps companies maintain business continuity (BC) after an incident, reducing business downtime, reputational damage, and the potential for regulatory action.
In this article, we’ll take a detailed look at the various benefits DRP can offer.
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