Any major cybersecurity event puts a disaster recovery plan in effect. These plans help IT, employees and executives follow the right steps when recovering from data loss or critical downtime. In a ransomware attack, companies suffer from data loss if they do not have the backups necessary to fully recover from the malware’s encryption. The company could pay the ransom, but there is no guarantee that the private key will be provided after the attacker receives payment. Instead of suffering from huge data loss, a disaster recovery plan and the right backup procedures can return the network to its original state and roll back changes to data prior to the event.
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