The New Year has arrived, which means you’re probably hard at work taking steps to achieve your New Year’s resolutions for your business.
Hopefully, along with your growth goals, you’ve also set goals to improve your plans for disaster recovery in case of a data breach, systemic failure, or ransom attack. If not, you’re not alone, and it’s certainly not too late to start. In fact, oversights and ignorance about the importance of data security is one of the reasons Data Privacy Day is now an international holiday.
Every year on January 28th, the US, Canada, and over 40 European nations celebrate Data Privacy Day. Each year on this day, the National Cyber Security Alliance works to raise awareness about cyber security and promote best practices for privacy and data protection. While their efforts include efforts to educate individuals, a large focus of the initiative is to raise awareness for business owners on the dangers of data breaches in the age of the Internet and social networking.
Just as it’s crucial safety planning to change smoke alarm batteries yearly, Data Privacy Day is a great time to check in on your current security systems to see if there are any vulnerabilities and to find where you can make improvements. It’s also a good time to review your social media settings and change old passwords.
It’s likely that you’ve already taken some security precautions in an attempt to keep your business’ data safe, but it’s also important to have a fail-safe in place. Whether there’s a physical disaster that takes out your servers, like a bad snow storm, or a malicious attack on your data, like a ransomware attack, your business is still at risk and your assets need to be protected. Oftentimes, it’s not just your business’ information, but your clients’ information that can be at risk as well.
Not only can these types of incidents impede your ability to operate smoothly and efficiently, these disasters can be costly as well. Downtime events routinely cost several thousands of dollars an hour for small businesses, or much more, for midsized organizations.
At Complete Network, we know the devastating effect security breaches and data losses can have on your productivity and profitability. That’s why we offer comprehensive and thorough disaster recovery services that will keep your digital assets safe and accessible no matter the circumstances. We’ll also help you test and maintain those systems so that they function perfectly in a moment of crisis.
In order to offer you the disaster recovery plan that’s best suited to your organization’s needs, we will work together to build a customized plan for your business. The expert disaster recovery team at Complete Network can help you explore different disaster scenarios and offer you the various solutions available so you can make an informed decision about the best course of action for your individual circumstances. By storing your backups in our secure, remote servers, your data will be safe from any localized attacks and dangers your business may face. Additionally, our team is available to offer you consultations and support to help address any further concerns you may have down the line.
While our goal at Complete Network is to prevent any disasters from occurring, having a disaster recovery plan that’s been tested and proven effective for your business will give you the extra element of protection you need to rest easy that your business will thrive in 2019. Contact Complete Network today to see how we can help make you more secure for this year’s Data Privacy Day.
In an ideal world, technology would be a consistent source of competitive advantage and benefit for small and midsized businesses. The reality is that many fail to realize that confidence.
Without the right resources and support, even a highly skilled technology team can become overwhelmed by the growing list of technology management duties. When important tasks get neglected, it creates ripple effects throughout an organization that damage productivity and efficiency.
The co-managed IT services model solves these problems by providing your existing IT team with all the support and resources they need to successfully plan, manage, and defend your network technology.
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