From minor nuisances and undetected breaches to high profile events like hackers knocking the Ukrainian power grid offline, if you run a network, you need to think defense, but also recovery.
Today we live in a world of not if, but when. As strong as the efforts are going into cybersecurity and hacking prevention, it’s a losing game. Smart people are putting money into thinking about recovery. How fast can they implement a disaster recovery plan after an incident to minimize downtime and impact to business losses that multiply over time?
Beyond data protection and backup is the idea of infrastructure recovery. Recovering from a breach when your network infrastructure is down or compromised requires a clear plan and the right out-of-band tools to defend, respond and recover. Check out this blueprint for recovery – after the hack.