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When it comes to vital information, it’s important for businesses to make sure that their data is protected and backed up in the event of an emergency. Unfortunately, only about 50% of small- and medium-sized businesses are confident that their data is being backed up properly. Many times, they feel as if they lack the technical expertise or equipment to backup their critical data properly.

Sadly, disaster waits for no one and can strike at any time and in any form. Even something as innocuous as accidentally dropping an important hard drive can throw a business into a tailspin. Regardless of the type of disaster that may happen to a business, you as a company may very well experience one. That’s where data backup comes into play.

Maybe you’re not sold on the need for a disaster recovery plan. Perhaps the perceived risk isn’t enough to really prompt you to take action. Despite how often data disasters happen—whether it’s user error, malware, or a natural disaster—some just don’t see the need or can’t seem to find the time.

Facts

There are many ways you need to restore the data back from backup or restore entire system in disaster situation like hardware failure, deleted files, natural disaster. However, cyber attacks and its damage to Australian business is more critical than all of them. Here is the facts you can't deny it:

Cyber security by the numbers:

  • 516,380 — the number of Australian small businesses that fell victim to cyber crime in 2017, according to Norton.
  • $4677 — the average amount the majority of SMEs would have to pay to free their data from ransomware.
  • 25 hours or more — the amount of downtime one in four businesses hit by cyber attacks suffer.
  • $1.9 million — the average cost to a medium sized business if hit by a cyber attack.
  • One third — the number of SMEs who say they continuously back up their systems’ data.
  • One — the number of staff members that hackers need to dupe in order to gain access to your business’ data
  • 63 — the number of data breaches the Office of the Information Commissioner was notified about in the first six weeks of mandatory data breach reporting.
  • 1,800,000 — the number of dollars you might have to cough up if you don’t comply with the mandatory data breach laws
  • $8,429 — the price of one Bitcoin (at the moment). Businesses often require the digital currency to send to hackers as a ransom payment.
  • 30 — the number of gigabytes of sensitive Department of Defence data lost by a small “mum and dad” business in a 2016 data breach
  • $14 million — the amount in compensation offered to users of Ashley Madison after the adultery site’s famous 2015 data breach.
  • Three — the number of really weirdly named ransomware attacks that devastated global businesses in 2017.
  • Five — the number of minutes you need to read through the Australian Small Business Ombudsman’s cyber security guide for small businesses.

There are small and medium businesses that closed the door because of this in the world and we don't want you to be one of them. You have a change to protect your business, integrity, quality and your future. The fact is that you can measure the RIO until something happens.

Create a Masterpiece

You know that Backup and Disaster Recover Strategy is your business insurance. With perfect managed backup strategy, you can restore anything and continue working if your system is partially down. With excellent Disaster Recovery plan and solution, you can continue working as soon as possible from where the Infrastructure stops if entire Infrastructure is down. If one of them happens, your solution will be masterpiece!

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