Recover data with confidence

It’s happened. A cyber-attack has rendered your business helpless with lost or stolen data. Are you prepared to rebuild or restore what has been lost? What’s the difference? Check out the real-life scenario.

Decrease operational downtime

While a security-savvy business relies on preventative practices such as updating antivirus software, implementing the appropriate patches, and running daily backups to protect against an attack, there is always a chance that one will slip through the cracks, leading to a decrease in operational downtime. Prepare for this moment with a solid recovery plan.

Recovery Planning Services

Rebuilding operations is much more complicated when security risks are not addressed during the Identify category. If your systems have been backed up properly, you’ll be equipped to restore compromised data and resume day-to-day operations.

Once the security incident has been resolved, it’s time to restore systems to full business continuity. 

Security insights

Average time taken to identify & contain a data breach is 279 days.

According to Ponemon Institute’s Cost of a Data Breach Report — Average time taken to identify & contain a data breach is 279 days, not counting recovery. An incident response & recovery team can drastically reduce the downtime & cost of data breaches.

Respond and Recover Services implemented to resolve a major cybersecurity incident

— Law Firm, Southeastern United States

Snap Tech IT restored an entire server utilizing backups that had been performed, enabling a speedy response. Our client was fully operational in a short amount of time. Our Security Operations Center (SOC) was able to respond by locking down the server once it was restored using Advanced Server Endpoint Protection to prevent any new system changes to it.

CyberDefense Respond & Recover in action!

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Disaster Recovery Services

Businesses large and small create and manage large volumes of electronic information or data. Much of that data is important and some data is vital to the survival and continued operation of the business.