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June 27, 2022

Why Rapid Recovery is Safer than Paying the Ransom

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Why Rapid Recovery is Safer than Paying the Ransom
Every minute of downtime can mean thousands of dollars in lost business. When ransomware hits, paying the ransom can be tempting, but it isn't the quick fix organizations are hoping for. Instead, enterprises can confidently focus their efforts — and precious time — on recovery, without spending cycles deciding on whether to pay the cost of ransom.

Download the IDC white paper to find out why paying ransom isn’t the quick fix organizations hope for.

What’s included:
  • Independent IDC research
  • Analysis of paying the ransom vs. rapid recovery
  • Future outlook on data protection

About the Authors

Jennifer Glenn
Research Director for the IDC Security and Trust Group
Phil Goodwin
Research Director at IDC
Phil Goodwin provides detailed insight and analysis on evolving industry trends, vendor performance, and the impact of new technology adoption. Mr. Goodwin is responsible for producing and delivering timely, in-depth market research with a specific focus on Data Protection, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery, and Data Availability.
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Johnny Yu
IDC Research Manager, Storage and Computing