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Know Your Security Vulnerabilities: The Danger Is in the Details

Published May 04, 2020 by

security vulnerabilitiesRenovoData was featured in the 3PL Perspectives publication (May 2020 Edition) with this article: Know Your Security Vulnerabilities: The Danger is in the Details"The Logistics Journal is a third-party logistics magazine provided by the Transportation Intermediaries Association. Read on...


 


 

When Disaster Strikes, Don’t Let Fight-or-Flight Interfere with Your Recovery.

Published February 12, 2020 by

Don't reinvent the cybersecurity wheel

When emergencies arise, people are thrust into fight-or-flight mode. At these times the speed, accuracy, and thoroughness of the team’s responses can mean the difference between a company’s survival and its destruction. Learn what to do when hacker assaults, weather events, or other catastrophes threaten your data and systems.


 


 

You Don't Need to Reinvent the Security Wheel

Published January 30, 2020 by

Don't reinvent the cybersecurity wheelEvery organization with an online presence is at risk of a cyberattack and effective protection against it must be well-planned out. You don’t have to reinvent the security wheel. Establish standards that will guide you.To learn more about how to protect your company click on the link.


 


 

Cloud Solutions are Not Created Equal. Differences Include Security, Privacy, Data Mining, and More

Published January 06, 2020 by

Cloud Solutions

RenovoData was featured in the 3PL Perspectives publication (December 2019 Edition) with this article: Cloud Solutions Are Not Created Equal. Differences Include Security, Privacy, Data Mining, and More...".  3PL Perspectives is a third-party logistics magazine provided by the Transportation Intermediaries Association. Read on...


 


 

Backup and Disaster Recovery - an Ideal Use Case for the Cloud

Published October 15, 2019 by

Backup and Disaster Recovery - an Ideal Use Case for the CloudEffective data backup and disaster recovery are imperative in our current technological environment. When disasters strike, whether through malicious cyber-attacks, natural events, or unforeseen accidents, systems and backed-up data need to be recovered quickly if the company is to avoid losses of productivity, performance, and reputation. Read more on the ideal use case for cloud...


 


 

Why IT recovery plans are important – Is it time to reevaluate yours?

Published February 26, 2019 by

recovery planThe need for effective disaster recovery planning is a crucial segment of today’s IT security practices. There are many potential causes for disasters, with cyber-attacks being the most prevalent. Every organization with an online presence is vulnerable ... Read More


 


 

Cyber Threats are multiplying rapidly.

Published November 07, 2017 by

Cyber SecurityYou can protect your Data with these three steps.

Cyber Security Threats are nothing new, but the recent explosive growth has become a global concern. News reports of such attacks have become commonplace. The September 20, 2017 issue of PC Magazine states that In the first half of 2017, there were 1.9 billion data items compromised worldwide, compared to 1.38 billion for the entire year of 2016.

While cyber-attacks against major corporations and governments make headlines, upwards of 70% of these breaches target small businesses, so every organization with an online presence is vulnerable. Learn (a lot) more...


 


 

Disaster Recovery Planning The Essentials - Logistics Journal, August 2017

Published September 07, 2017 by

The article provides expert-level detail on guiding 3PL and Trucking Companies through the importance of having a solid plan and helping them to prepare for a disaster.  Read more...


 


 

The Basic Principles of Disaster Recovery Planning

Published March 02, 2017 by

DR Planning basicsData disaster comes in many forms, from hurricanes to ransomware attacks, and security is always a major issue. But no matter the source of the problem, recovery will be faster, easier, cheaper and less traumatic with a solid disaster recovery plan in place.

So will your existing plan be effective in the event of disaster? If it is poorly planned, is not updated to cover ongoing changes, or is not regularly and rigorously tested, the answer is no.

Read more about these basic DR planning steps will get you to yes


 


 

Planning for Disaster Recovery: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

Published September 08, 2016 by

DR planningWhere disaster recovery is concerned, having the right tools and procedures in place is paramount, of course. Our Data Protection Services are your powerful defenses to recover from data corruption, our Server Recovery Solutions enable you to recover systems quickly, and our Consulting & Strategy capabilities provide expert guidance along the way, but first you need a comprehensive business disaster recovery plan. Before finalizing your plan, you need to ask yourself some questions. What should be the basics of your plan? What steps should the plan include? Ask yourself what problems would test the strength and thoroughness of your plan? Read More.


 


 

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