To pay or not to pay? That is the question confronting the growing number of businesses hit by ransomware. According to the FBI, ransomware will be a $1 billion market in 20201. If a strong ransomware remediation plan is not in place prior to an attack, paying a ransom can seem like the only option. And why do organizations pay? Recovery can be painful and time-consuming, and in many cases, the backups themselves can be compromised.
Organizations should not be forced to trade off paying a ransom and costly downtime. Instead, they should be able to rely on their backups to recover quickly and reliably. This requires developing and testing a strong remediation strategy before ransomware strikes.
This guide will help you develop your ransomware remediation plan, so when an attack occurs, you can resume business operations quickly without paying a ransom.
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