Ransomware Remediation and Protection
Has your organization suffered a data breach? Don’t wait; contact Realnets today to get protected!
Expert cybersecurity defense and ransomware remediation practices can mitigate the damage to your organization following ransomware attacks. Malicious software can wreak havoc on your organization’s productivity, destroy sensitive documents, and expose you to complex legal and regulatory issues.
What is Ransomware Remediation?
Ransomware attacks happen fast. When they hit, you need a provider that can protect your organization in the aftermath of a breach as well as prevent future attacks.
Between data recovery and protection, system backup and restoration, and 24/7 cybersecurity monitoring, our ransomware remediation services provide the support you need when you need it most, and set you up so you aren’t attacked again.
How Does Ransomware Work?
Ransomware can infect devices in many ways, such as if a user visits a website that’s infected with ransomware, or opens an email containing malicious links. Once ransomware infects a device, it typically locks all files and presents users with messages threatening to delete files if a ransom isn’t paid.
The effects of ransomware are serious:
- You could lose crucial and sensitive data forever
- Ransoms and recovery services are an expense that was never planned for
- Ransomware attacks can damage your organization’s reputation among key stakeholders
- Your organization’s workflow can be interrupted, leading to decreased efficiency in business operations
Ransomware Remediation Protects Your Organization
When your organization’s digital assets are lost, corrupted, or otherwise compromised, it can spell disaster. The consequences of ransomware aren’t limited to the ransom; your organization could face regulatory fines and legal issues if sensitive documents are lost or accessed.
With over 20 years of experience in the IT industry and as a pioneer in ransomware remediation, you can count on RealNets to keep your organization safe during the data recovery process.