When ransomware infected the file server in its Texas the IT team was prepared. They simply rolled back to a previous version of its files – the day before the attack – and triggered a full restore of server files from the cloud storage gateway. The ransomware was thus removed from the system, resulting in minimal disruption to office productivity. And when a second attack occurred days later, the same process was followed to mitigate another potential disaster.
The only way to put an end to this pandemic is by building the right safeguards that eliminate enterprise vulnerability and end the need to pay cyber-criminals to retrieve access to your data and your systems. S.J. Louis was recovered quickly and without paying a dime – thanks to the backup services that were in place.