Security breaches and data theft can have devastating business outcomes any data loss can damage brand reputation, undermines customer confidence and can result in business failure.
Don’t let this happen to you
The Data Protection Act contains a set of principles that organizations, government and businesses have to adhere to in order to keep data accurate, safe, secure and lawful.
These principles ensure data is:
Key pieces of information that are commonly stored by businesses, such as employee records, customer details, loyalty schemes, transactions, or data collection all need to be protected. This is to prevent that data being misused by third parties for fraud, such as phishing scams and identity theft.
Common data that your business might store, include:
This data contains sensitive information that could relate to your: current staff and their partners or next of kin; shareholders, business partners and clients; customers and other members of the public.
An important component to your business continuity or disaster recovery strategy is the capability to back up and store your critical data to a secure offsite location.
Our Backup and Remote Data Storage Services are the answer. This allows you to retrieve your data from any Internet-connected device should your organization experience a business interruption, catastrophic failure or the inability to access your place of business.
Allow us the opportunity to demonstrate the benefits our Remote Data Storage Services can provide your organization.
Statistics show that on average, over 40% of businesses that do not have a Disaster Recovery Plan go out of business after a major loss like a fire, a break-in, a storm, or sabotage.
There is no reason a temporary setback should turn into a permanent failure – if you protect your organization before disaster strikes. The first step is to create a Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Plan. We can help you get started right away. We will put together a comprehensive plan for your entire organization, considering key components crucial to your recovery, and establish a formal process to be followed to restore your business continuity when a disaster occurs.
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