Ransomware attacks have increased by 72% in recent months.
The upsurge in attacks came when remote working became the new normal during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The move to remote working has brought cybersecurity risks, which combined with the use of obvious passwords by staff – has provided cyber attackers with an additional way into networks and infrastructure.
Tip No 1. Backup your laptops.
Backup Systems are the UK's top-rated supplier of Backup and Disaster Recovery solutions with a unique Managed Service solution for your backups.
Are your backups stored on a NAS accessible from the network?
Ransomware can easily encrypt those backups too as they are just normal files on your network. Backup Systems have a dedicated security hardened appliance that ransomware cannot touch.
No matter what security practice you have in place on your systems hackers will find a way to get to your files if they want to, Backup Systems keeps a remote backup of your important files so if you do become the victim of a Ransomware attack you are able to retrieve your important files.
Having the backup stored remotely ensures that your files are not vulnerable if the system becomes compromised as you will easily be able to access them again from our backup. Backup Systems ensures that you will be able to retrieve any lost files no matter the amount and get you back up and running in no time.
Visit backupsystems.co.uk now to find out how you can make use of our services and protect your files.
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