People today work from home twice as much as before the start of the corona crisis. As a result, the complexity of IT infrastructures has also increased dramatically over the past two years. While many organisations have been able to roll out remote work quickly, they often still rely on recovery strategies that are not adapted to today's complex infrastructures. On top of this, the number of cyber attacks increased by 50% by 2021. That is why a relatively new term is emerging in the IT sector: Cyber Recovery. In this blog, we explain the difference between Disaster Recovery and Cyber Recovery and why they should both be an important part of your security strategy.
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