Business continuity during ransomware attacks
The threat of ransomware is rapidly rising, targeting businesses of all sizes. And it's spreading to multiple victims within corporate networks.
The real threat of ransomware is downtime. 72% of victims were unable to access their data for at least 2 days, with 32% down for 5 days or more. SecuriSync is the only tool on the market that offers the two capabilities necessary for business continuity during a ransomware outbreak. It lets companies do two things vital to a getting back up and running after a ransomware attack: 1) Instantly roll back an archive of files to their uninfected state and 2) Give employees immediate access to those uninfected files from alternate devices.
Nick Patience, Research Vice President for Software at 451 Research, says, “Intermedia is positioned to facilitate a secure and supported business implementation of enterprise FSS (EFSS). The backup and recovery features ensure a level of file resilience that can be important in certain industry verticals, namely healthcare, legal and financial. In a rapidly commoditizing market, SecuriSync has differentiated itself to capitalize on the typically murky connection between file sync and backup services.”
Read more in Intermedia's 2016 Crypto-Ransomware Report.