Is your data in safe? What about your online data…

The four major items to protect against cyber threats;

  • Cyber Security Investments and Operation
  • Regular Security Test
  • Cyber Security Insurance
  • Back-up, Disaster Recovery and Resilience Infrastructure

You can find all these services in the fiFist cyber security product family

And the absolute data security;

There must be at least 3 (three) copies of the data, and these copies must be stored up on 2 (two) different media, and then 1 (one) backup copy must be kept out of your organization.

fiFist resilience solutions cuts the cost with the backup infrastructure and eases the management. By combining and optimizing the existing backup operations, it provides tremendously performance, trustworthiness and flexibility in the backup medias of both open and host computer. fiFist cyber security solutions is integrated into existing backup media seamlessly and protects your existing backup software investments and it offers more security in backup and restore process.

What are backup and disaster recovery?

There’s an important distinction between backup and disaster recovery. Backup is the process of making an extra copy (or multiple copies) of data. You back up data to protect it. You might need to restore backup data if you encounter an accidental deletion, cyber attack, database corruption, or problem with a software upgrade.

Disaster recovery, on the other hand, refers to the plan and processes for quickly reestablishing access to applications, data, and IT resources after an outage. That plan might involve switching over to a redundant set of servers and storage systems until your primary data center is functional again.

Some organizations mistake backup for disaster recovery. But as they may discover after a serious outage, simply having copies of data doesn’t mean you can keep your business running. To ensure business continuity, you need a robust, tested disaster recovery plan.

For more information, please meet with TDG experts…