A ransomware attack causes an average of 23 days of business disruption. The average length of recovery is 6 days. In addition, average ransomware payment is up by 43% to $220,000. In the age of always-on SLA expectations on businesses, longer recovery times mean not only revenue loss but also significant reputation damage in addition to higher average ransomware payments.
Attack prevention is obviously the best approach. But the attack surface keeps changing and expanding. The attacks are getting sophisticated. Assuming that a cyberattack has already happened, why does business application(s) recovery take so long? Is it not about recovering all the affected servers? and the databases and the filesystems? Or is the bigger puzzle of figuring out all the configurations, dependencies and the overall state of the complex business systems? How easy is it to figure out the dependencies between them? Or to be able to safeguard all of those resources? And to be able to recover them at a point-in-time, perhaps, before the attack started?Speaker - Govind Rangaswamy, Founder and CEO, Appranix
- How to automate discovery of all the cloud resources for protection
- Mapping the dependencies for automated blueprints
- Policy based immutable protection of entire application environments
- Single click recovery of entire environments from ransomware or other cyberattacks