This is part three of five in a series on Ransomware that will discuss a new variation of ransomware (known as fileless ransomware), the most targeted verticals, how it works and what IT executives and administrators need to know to combat the ever-changing strains of ransomware.
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Toronto, ON – April 3, 2017 – Asigra (www.asigra.com) has recently been awarded a 2017 top rated endpoint backup service badge on TrustRadius based on 40+ in-depth reviews and user ratings. This badge recognizes the best products in a category based on user reviews and ratings. Badges are awarded to products that have an above average satisfaction rating in any segments within their category.
The Break/Fix model is a fee-based model – as in when something within your IT infrastructure breaks you contact your IT service provider to fix the issue and they bill you accordingly. Considered to be a reactive approach to IT, the broken system can only be used once the IT contractor is on-site, identifies and fixes the problem.
This is part of a series of interviews with Asigra Partners. In this post we’re talking with Mark Saville, Director at Data2Vault who discusses why companies would need an insurance policy for critical data, the risks associated with only having cyber insurance and the best way to reduce the risks associated with residual loss.
When choosing a cloud service provider, a question often asked by IT professionals is “where is my data going to be stored?” This question is now prevalent more than ever as stricter data compliance controls and measures are trending in the IT global community. To combat these risks, it’s crucial for organizations to have a fundamental understanding of data security and data sovereignty.
Losing business critical data can cost companies millions of dollars and force some companies to go out of business, which is why having a solid disaster recovery plan in place is critical to your business. IT decision makers are left with a complex quandary: do you create your own in house solutions or to go with a DRaaS solution? In this blog we will help to simplify this decision by going through some of the differences as well as the pros and cons of both options.
This is part two of five in a series on Ransomware that will discuss Canadian trends, why Canadian organizations are so susceptible to attacks and why your strategy needs to change to adapt to the ever-changing world of ransomware.
This is part one of five in a series on Ransomware that will discuss what ransomware is, key trends, types of malware, how to prevent attacks and how to safeguard your business critical data.
This is part of a series of interviews with Asigra Partners. In this post we’re talking with Nikolaos Prapas, Data and Recovery Solutions Engineer at TAS France who shares the importance of having a sound disaster recovery plan/DRaaS solution, trends in the European market related to backup and recovery, his opinion on ransomware best practices and the best way to prevent malicious attacks.
2016 was a very interesting time in the world of IT. Ransomware and malicious attacks became prevalent, BYOD became more popular, Office 365 and SaaS applications proliferated the marketplace and cloud backup solutions became the preferred choice for many IT professionals. 2016 is over, but it completely changed the IT landscape in terms of the way business and operations are conducted, the way employees work; but also shows that the world of data backup and recovery are constantly changing.