How to protect your business in the event of a cyber attack
How to protect your business in the event of cyber attack
Equifax and Deloitte are the most recent high-profile companies to fall victim to hackers. Their names join the NHS, Yahoo, and CEX on the ever-growing list of compromised companies. Small business tend to be more vulnerable but it just goes to show that no matter what size your organisation is, you need to prepare to prevent and deal with cyber threats because any company is a target. Want to find out how to protect your business in the event of a cyber attack? Read more to find out.
What can I do?
There are many ways to protect your business, including preventative measures such as antivirus and malware protection but when it comes to being infected offsite backup is essential. Acting as both a preventative and restorative measure, backup is both your first and last line of defence. With a backup solution in place, you can be subject to nearly any kind of cyber attack, and you’ll be able to recover and restore your data easily.
Clunk Click Online Pro
Our offsite backup solution, Clunk Click Online Pro, guarantees the security of your data. The backups are scheduled and automatic, so there’s no human intervention. It’s then sent in a military grade encrypted format to a state of the art datacentre.
With our offsite backup solution, you’re able to choose which data you backup and how often. It’s also easy to scale your storage up and down too, which means you’re only paying for what you use.
One of the benefits of our offsite backup is the version control feature. Let’s explain – our typical policy is to backup your data and store these backups for every day of the current calendar month, every day of the previous calendar month, and the last day of the month prior to that. This means that you can restore from any of these previous backups as well as your most recent one. Restoring data from previous versions is particularly useful is you’ve been infected with a virus; version control will enable you to restore data from before your machine was infected. It can also be useful for simple errors – if you’ve deleted a file but want it again a week later, you can restore it quickly and easily.