Defend your organisation from evolving ransomware attacks

Learn what it takes to reduce risk and strengthen operational resiliency

Defend your organisation from evolving ransomware attacks - whitepaper from Veritas
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A robust framework that eliminates a single point of failure and creates operational resiliency is essential in today's complex threat landscape.

Today’s environment is challenging and frightening - even for the most well-prepared companies. A single incident can lead to data loss, downtime, regulatory infractions, and barriers to productivity. For consumer-facing businesses, there’s also the risk of brand damage and a downturn in revenues. Yet there are steps your organisation can take to greatly reduce risk and aid in recovery when a malicious attack occurs and ransomware breaches your organisation’s frontline security defenses.

Download this whitepaper to learn how ransomware is typically spread, the cost of attacks, and tips for a multi-layered security strategy. 

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