If employees are the biggest threat to system security, what can I do to ensure my people don’t unknowingly compromise our customers’ data?
“Disaster Recovery” refers to the replication of your data to a device in the cloud. Replication can happen several times a day, minimizing data loss. Recovery time is also much quicker as your data is immediately accessible. You can even mirror your systems in the cloud — at a fraction of the price of mirroring them in your data center — to virtually eliminate downtime. Plus, we can automate the testing of your replication, so you know your data and applications will be there when you need them.
That’s not to say that a cloud deployment is automatically compliant. You still need to ensure the proper data handling procedures are followed.
That said, we understand that most organizations don’t have an unlimited pool of funds, even for their most important priorities. We always work with our customers to ensure that our proposals meet their unique needs and their budget requirements.
The reason you install security cameras is to capture evidence. When these security cameras are installed by unlicensed companies, there is a chance that the evidence will be deemed inadmissible in court.