Ransomware is in your organization's network. Within minutes your face is flush, and you can feel your skin temperature rising. Not only are the holiday bliss vibes gone, but your emotions are climbing fast. Is this going to completely ruin your time off? Can you orchestrate a successful disaster recovery plan with enough time to still enjoy the holidays? Do you have a successful disaster recovery plan in place? How soon before the CEO descends on you?
As you can imagine, this is not only encroaching on your holiday hours but also bleeding over your 9-5 work hours. This is now an all-hands-on-deck matter, and the clock is no longer counting down to the holidays but counting up to the time these hackers have had access to your network, data: everything. Calls, instant messages, and e-mails are all exploding as you are assessing the impact of the attack. Now, more than ever, emotion and human error can interfere, especially when you don’t have a solid recovery plan in place to help automate and streamline this rescue operation.
There can be a lot going through your head right now and with a plan in place to orchestrate this recovery, you can start with the following:
Time is ticking until your organization is targeted from cybercriminals. Are you planning for ransomware recovery correctly?
Not only must every organization, supplier, and customer prioritize cyber security and best practices, but they must also optimize their entire environment for resiliency. IT leaders need smart, intelligent, and automated tools.
Veritas has taken the guesswork out of the equation and developed a quick cyber assessment tool to help you get a quick view on how prepared your organization is for handling a cyber-attack.
Click here to take our quiz and once you have your score, make sure to connect with a technical expert to get a more thorough, hands-on analysis of your organization’s ransomware recovery strengths and weaknesses.