MODERN SECURITY SOLUTIONS
From 24X7 Monitoring to Disaster Recovery
WHY PARTNER WITH A SECURITY SOLUTIONS PROVIDER LIKE 1PATH?
Designed around your organization’s data, 1Path’s certified team of cyber security specialists monitor your IT network 24×7, rapidly rebuild compromised devices, and recover critical data. Our team understands the complexities of deploying a resilient business strategy and recovering from the inevitable Ransomware attack.
HOW DOES 1PATH PROVIDE TOTAL NETWORK SECURITY
Speak with an advisor
We will help outline your organization’s needs, goals, and project timeline. Expect a follow-up within 24 hours.
[WEBINAR] Surviving & Still Thriving After A Ransomware Incident
Between 2019 and 2020, ransomware attacks rose by 158 percent in North America, according to cybersecurity firm SonicWall’s 2021 Cyber Threat Report. While large company names like JBS and Colonial Pipeline dominated the news, ransomware attacks continue to impact companies of all sizes.
Investments around prevention are not enough. With so many avenues for attack, even companies with the most robust defenses should consider the “what ifs…” and plan accordingly.
In this month’s 1Path ExecTech Live Webinar, our expert panel explored how to survive and thrive after a ransomware attack, including how to respond and recover if your organization falls prey to an infection. The severity of a security incident can compound, if there is no documented response plan or if mistakes are made in the first minutes after the attack.
- How to respond in the first minutes and hours after a ransomware attack
- Why outside experts, from insurance providers, security consultants, legal staff, and law enforcement, may all be necessary to properly respond
- How to prioritize your response and recovery plan, for the fastest recovery, least business disruption, and best legal and financial outcomes
- What you need to do to plan ahead, including a business continuity plan, world-class backups, and cybersecurity insurance coverage
- How to quantify the total costs of ransomware attack