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Devastating Cyberattack on Email Provider Destroys 18 Years of Data
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2/13/2019 | 12:45:39 PM
Another obvious error
OFFSITE BACKUPS?  Wow, what a concept.  I am disgusted actually, a firm should always have an offsite storage bin (often cloud these days which is a bad choice).  What if the building burns down?  Flood?  Bad storm?  Any event that destroys the primary campus and some data centers should have duplicate data centers as redundancy elements.  (Delta in Atlanta for example).  i know from personal experience how offsite is.  Aon Consutling had our backup tapes go offiste one Monday morning in September, 2001.  Aon Risk services did not have that offsite removal on that day.  Steven Poulos of Risk Services was leaving the building but, well, went back up to the 103rd floor of the south tower of the World Trade Center to retrive them.  He did not make it out.  

 

Offsite - very important indeed.


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