Back-up and disaster recovery solutions can be neglected when a company builds and develops its business strategy, with time and money often focused on solutions to drive productivity and collaboration. And for some, back-up and disaster recovery (DR) are merely buzzwords, minefields of expensive software, complex definitions and difficult implementation. But due to the recent surge in COVID-19-related cyberattacks, there is now a major need to implement strong back-up and DR solutions to keep your organisation and valuable data fully protected. As David Samuelson, CEO of ISACA, explains: “Organisations are rapidly and aggressively moving toward new ways of doing business during this time, which is a very positive thing, but it can also lead to making compromises that can leave them vulnerable to threats. A surge in the number of remote workers means there is a greater attack surface.” The…