Are you next?

Are you next?

posted in Product ● 30 May 2014

eBay is the latest in a long line of organisations to have suffered a data breach, with hackers taking personal information such as names, addresses and phone numbers. This latest breach is yet another reminder for companies to check their policies for protecting critical information.

Many managers believe that a data breach will not happen to them. However, it is not only external threats that are a cause for concern. Research from The Ponemon Institute revealed that as many as 35% of data breaches are caused by human error. Organisations who fail to properly protect an individual’s data find themselves in a spiral of loss of trust, customers and revenue. Perhaps more daunting than the financial loss and operational impact upon your business following a data breach is the public backlash. Consumers are notoriously unforgiving, and a loss of their trust would be disastrous. As a result, and as proven by numerous examples, organisations need to ensure they are doing all they can to adequately protect data.

Thankfully, Redstor is here to help. Our range of secure and encrypted cloud services are already protecting the data of over 10,000 organisations across the UK. Redstor’s Online Backup service ensures data is safely backed up offsite in an encrypted format. Our cloud sync and share service, Centrastor, enables organisations to store and share files securely online from any device with an Internet connection and our CentraStage service enables support providers to guarantee that devices they support are regularly audited, patched and safely up-to-date for effective endpoint management. Our Virtual Disaster Recovery service guarantees to have your systems up and running within minutes following a disaster. To find out more about our services and how we can help you comply with data protection laws and prevent data leakage, please contact us either by giving us a ring on 01189 515 200 or emailing [email protected].

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