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Ransomware attacks have continued to grow in complexity, and businesses that thought they were well-prepared have to watch out as their backup systems could be compromised along with their primary files.
When these compromises happen, businesses lose out on productivity and profit even if their sensitive information isn’t exploited. And backups that only have outdated information when they need to be used don’t help much.
Read on to learn how some backup and disaster recovery vendors are able to avoid dual compromise and ensure accurate, recent file restoration, as well as to view a ransomware remediation checklist.