Why is backup and disaster recovery so important?
Should you lose all or part of your data, how would you function?
What is the plan?
How do you get up and running again?
To find out the answers to these questions and more, read how we can help you avert disaster.
Covid 19 has forced thousands of employees to work from home.
Read our guide to writing new policies and processes to be sure that agreements are in place that outline best practices to follow, and the legal rights of home working employees.
6 reasons to have a managed security service
Cyber hackers, malicious malware, rogue employees, unauthorised outgoing information. Sadly, these threats are the day to day security problems faced by businesses large and small.
Learn more about why having a managed security service provider (MSSP) can give you peace of minds against these risks.
Data security during the lockdown - a guide
Custodia have made a free guide you can read and circulate to your staff, co-workers and friends in order to keep them aware of the latest threats and scams.
20 Questions - Quickly evaluate where you're at in terms of your business Security, Backup, Continuity and Compliance.
The twenty questions below are a simple and brief assessment framework that will give you a good idea of where to start in when figuring out your business’s risk.
Introducing Custodia - Why we do what we do.
Removing the worry, freeing up staff time, letting you get on with business.. Find out why everyone we have worked with has been blown away by the difference of our offering made to their day to day operations and how we were able to wipe away their uncertainty about continuity and backups and free them from concerns about policies, privacy and security. of their business-critical data.
Coming next: Data Convenience over Security
Data has become the main single point of failure for almost all sectors with the demands being placed on constant access and the need for immediate availability fuelling a trend that reduces the overall security and resilience of most businesses. We can chart a clear trend over the past 10 years that shows an increase in both the importance of easily accessing and sharing data for day to day operation and the crucial nature of this data to running a business.
Simply put, the risks of a data loss are now becoming catastrophic, but conversely, we are demanding greater ease of accessibility.
Coming soon: Backup - What should we be doing.
Social media infection vectors, staff members opening malicious files behind your fire wall, ransomware attacks through middlemen via your suppliers, and the best border defences (firewalls and virus protection) are no help at all. In this article we explore backups and disaster recovery planning giving you a simple guide to what we should all be doing to keep our essential data safe and our businesses running smoothly.
Back up and Disaster Recovery, the most important things no one ever does.