Backup & Disaster Recovery
"Just like an insurance policy, your backup and disaster recovery solution is the one thing you want to work perfectly when you need it, but hope you never do.”
Don't Become a Statistic
The present threat landscape has grown to the point where a single security measure is no longer sufficient to protect against attacks. Cybercrime damages are expected to cost $10.5 trillion annually by 2025. Year over year ransomware attacks increased by 13 percent, a jump greater than the past 5 years combined.
The problem lies in the fact that most practices aren’t prepared to operate when disaster strikes. RainTech’s data backup and disaster recovery service has the plan that prevents pain on your end. It’s a service that’s part of a proven process to solve and mitigate any backup concerns, and help you recover critical business data when disaster strikes.
Having a backup is great, but it will not get you up and running in the event of a catastrophe. At RainTech, in the event of disaster we virtualize your environment in the cloud, which gets you up and running quickly and able to work from anywhere.
• Restore files from any day, week, month
• HIPAA compliant encryption
• Offsite cloud replication
• Solid disaster recovery plan
Cybercriminals consistently search for security gaps in network infrastructures. With remote workers becoming more of a norm these days, businesses are exposed to greater risk. Many businesses overlook investing in a BDR solution. In fact, 51% of organizations across the globe do not have a business continuity plan in place to deal with unforeseen contingencies. Your Backups must be:
- Air Gapped
- Tested Regularly
Maintain data integrity with a disaster proof BDR solution. Schedule time with a RainTech security specialist today.
Be vigilant in backing up your data! Backups are helpful when a user accidentally deletes or overwrites a file, and critical when something worse goes wrong.
Don’t take anyone’s word for it – ask your IT person for backup reports periodically.
Make sure that ALL servers and workstations that require backup are actually backed up.
Ask your IT person to periodically test your backups to make sure they’re usable.
Make sure that backup data is appropriately segregated from production systems so that users infected with ransomware can’t reach and encrypt the backup data, rendering it useless.
There is a difference between backup and disaster recovery – backup typically includes files, while true disaster recovery solution also captures the applications, databases and even operating systems on your servers.
- Backup data should replicate offsite
- Servers should be able to be recovered in the cloud and then accessed by you and your staff.
- The recovery process must be documented in a disaster plan that includes procedures for you and your employees to follow.
- With a solid disaster recovery plan in place there’s no reason your business will become a statistic.