The year 2020 was an unpredictable yet transformational period that drastically impacted the way we do business. From realigning business strategies and adopting new platforms to enabling remote workforces, organizations had to act quickly to adapt to the new normal. Amidst the chaos, cyberattacks of all kinds tripled — the number of phishing attacks increased by a gigantic 600 percent. However, business continuity and disaster recovery came to the rescue, helping countless organizations tackle increased cyber threats and enabling remote users to stay protected and productive. One of the key takeaways from the pandemic hit 2020 is business resilience.
As you enter 2021 with redefined and time-tested strategies, it is vital that you have a formidable business continuity and disaster recovery plan in place. To help you prepare for unforeseen disruptive events that could potentially impact critical business operations, we’ve put together a comprehensive eBook that covers five healthy BCDR habits to follow in 2021:
- Stop babysitting your backups
- Ensure your backups are properly secured
- Test recoverability
- Prioritize protecting new data sources — remote workers and SaaS apps
- Stop relying on tape backup for DR.