The average cost of a data breach has hit an all-time high, jumping from $4.24 million in 2021 to $4.35 million in 2022, according to IBM’s latest Cost of a Data Breach Report. But this doesn’t tell the whole story.
After a cyberattack, 55% of companies experience IT downtime between one week and one month. Per Veeam, the average length of an interruption following a ransomware attack in the U.S. is 20 days, which far surpasses most organization’s recovery objectives.
Due to the complex nature and enhanced challenges of recovering compromised data following a cyberattack, businesses need an end-to-end compromised data recovery strategy. Using a traditional disaster recovery (DR) plan for compromised data recovery simply won’t cut it.
Data recovery and DR are completely unique recovery cases, consisting of key differences: the triggering event, data-focused recovery strategies and recovery time objective (RTO) and recovery point objective (RPO) success rate.
To ensure you can successfully recover the best available clean data as quickly and effectively as possible, your organization must implement a risk management strategy that coordinates activities to direct and control your compromised data risk. We can help.
Darpan Thaker, Sr. Director, Product Management at Sungard AS, and Michael Shandrowski, Principal Consultant at Sungard AS, will lead an exciting Disaster Recovery Journal (DRJ) webinar on the key functions and components your business needs to prepare for and recover from a compromised data incident.
Join the session – Wed., Aug. 24, 2022, 2-3 p.m. EST – to learn:
How to identify your organization’s vital data
How to protect your organization’s vital data
How to respond to a compromised data event
How to recover from a compromised data event
Is your organization prepared to effectively and expeditiously recover from a data compromising cyberattack? Register for the webinar now and find out.