When Ransomware Prevention Fails: How to Protect Your Office 365 Data with StorageCraft Cloud Backup.
Ransomware attacks have intensified at an alarming rate in recent years. Hundreds of businesses have been targeted by this cybercrime resulting in data and financial losses and crippled business operations. With this imminent threat, it is essential for companies to take precautionary measures to protect themselves from potential data losses. Adopting software and other applications that help in detecting and preventing the attacks is important. However, when these prevention and detection software fail, it becomes more difficult for businesses to stop the impact.
Fortunately, cloud-based applications such as the cloud backup for Office 365 that can protect and recover data from potential losses are readily available. With StorageCraft’s Cloud Backup Solution, granular protection for Microsoft Office 365 is ensured while having an easily accessible backed-up data.
Watch Bill Hansen in this Webcast as he provides a comprehensive discussion of the significance of StorageCraft Cloud Backup for Microsoft Office 365. Mr. Hansen, among other things, will discuss risk mitigation and protection techniques to leverage the benefits of cloud backup.
This Webcast will discuss the following:
- Perils of Ransomware Attacks
- Mitigating Data Losses in Office 365
- Selecting an Efficient Cloud-Based Protection
- Closer look at StorageCraft Cloud Backup for Office 365
- Best Strategies
Presenter: Bill Hansen, Senior Product Manager
Bill Hansen, Sr. Product Manager at StorageCraft for Cloud Services, with more than 18 years in the data storage industry. Prior to StorageCraft, Bill had a leading product management role in Lenovo’s Data Center group, before that at EMC in the Consumer and Small Business product division, and also previously at Iomega Corp. He held a role in design engineering at Iomega working on the Zip and Rev technologies. He holds a B.S. in electrical engineering from Utah State University and a Master’s in Business Administration from the Eccles school of Business at the University of Utah.