Partners: Are You Helping Customers Plan for Ransomware Attacks?
Posted on April 8, 2022
Ransomware attacks are a threat all businesses face. As an IT provider, are you doing enough to help your customers keep their data safe?
To prevent data loss from ransomware or mass file deletion, companies need to deploy a file backup solution, one that’s equipped with the right features to help businesses recover from cyberattacks like ransomware. After all, downtime can impede business goals and hurt customer trust.
Organizations are not confident in their knowledge of the threat landscape. However, all this confusion presents a strategic opportunity for MSPs – end customers now more than ever need a trusted security advisor.
In this latest Forbes piece, our Senior Director of Product Management, Bojan Dusevic, outlines the seven stages companies go through when falling victim to ransomware, as well as advice on how to respond and combat the attack.
We are writing to inform all Microsoft® Office users of a new zero-day attack that installs malware onto fully patched systems running Microsoft’s operating system via an Office vulnerability. We recommend refraining from sending or opening any Word documents via email.
In honor of World Backup Day, we’ve decided to cover the importance of file backup and how real-time solutions and business continuity play a vital role in encouraging work productivity and preventing data loss.
Companies using or considering Dropbox should take note that these changes will make it more expensive to manage and control their employees’ sharing activities. It might be wise to consider another option: SecuriSync from Intermedia.
“SecuriSync checked all our boxes and more. It combines both backup and file sharing together in a solution that’s easy for employees to use, but also includes the security and protection features that we required.” — Brain Shellabarger, Chief Technology Officer at AAPC
Ryan Barrett, Intermedia VP of Security and Privacy, offers sound advice to help your company in his latest Forbes article There’s just no getting around the fact that ransomware attacks […]