If you want your business to succeed, you’ll need to make sure you have a data backup solution in place. Additionally, this data backup solution needs to have two specific metrics nailed down: recovery point objective (RPO) and recovery time objective (RTO). Let’s discuss what these metrics mean and why they are so important for data recovery. Read More
- Published: 04 Mar 2022
Today’s blog might seem a bit simple, and that’s because it is. Your network security is going to play a huge part in the operations and functionality of your business, whether you realize it or not. In fact, your network security might be the only thing keeping your business in proper working order. We’re going to discuss some of the less-obvious reasons why security is beneficial for businesses like yours.
Depending on the industry your business is part of, it might be subject to specific compliance laws that could impact you should you decide not to adhere to established security standards. These compliance laws could leave you subject to fines in the event of a data breach that could completely disrupt your budget for the foreseeable future. These fines might involve protecting sensitive user data, but they could also apply to health records, financial records, and so on.
It goes without saying that cybersecurity incidents are bad. Sometimes they can be so bad that they can impact your operations by corrupting data, locking it down, or destroying it outright. When your business cannot use its data, your future is put at risk. This is why network security is so paramount to any business’ success, and also why it is often coupled with data backup and disaster recovery.
How’s this for a hot take? Businesses don’t want to work with other businesses that don’t take security seriously. If you put your clients’ data at risk, then they are less likely to want to work with you. Furthermore, your reputation could be at stake if you ever do fall victim to a major cybersecurity threat, as the word of mouth that comes from such an event could impact your ability to gather clients in the future.
Your business absolutely needs to have comprehensive security measures in place to ensure its continued functionality. Not only could you face steep fines for a failure to protect information entrusted to you by your clients, you could also lose face with them and lose the only thing keeping your company afloat. We urge you to consider the negative consequences of failing to implement proper security measures on your network and take immediate action.
Compudata can help you implement powerful enterprise-level security tools that can keep your company safe. To learn more, reach out to us at 1-855-405-8889.