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Protecting data was already a top priority for organizations before COVID-19. But as the coronavirus pandemic upended operations across the globe, businesses have had to rethink their strategy for data backup and disaster recovery.
The challenges created by the COVID-19 outbreak will likely continue for months, if not years, to come. But already, businesses are scrambling to navigate the “new normal” of maintaining continuity through a pandemic and beyond.
Amid a global pandemic, a Fortune 500 IT company has suffered one of the most costly ransomware attacks in recent years. While the company was able to restore its critical systems relatively quickly, the attack is likely to cost the company $50 million to $70 million in losses.
Covid-19 has pushed businesses into crisis mode. Companies had to rapidly rethink operations to ensure both continuity and the safety of their employees.