Manage and Mitigate the High Cost of Ransomware

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Ransomware? Recoverware.
Get Ransomware Ready with Zerto Ransomware is one of the most dangerous threats to organizations around the world, and both the threat and the cost of ransomware attacks are continuing to grow. If you are not prepared for an attack, you are vulnerable to hours or days of downtime, data loss, and damaging news coverage. To stay competitive, or even survive doing business in the next decade, you must treat ransomware as not just another cybersecurity threat, but as a true disaster.

Ransomware prevention is important but, regardless of how many preventative measures you have in place, the prevalence of ransomware means experiencing an attack is inevitable. Preparation and choosing the right disaster recovery solution is crucial when, not if, a ransomware attack happens.

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