The security climate has evolved over the past decade; and organisations must adapt to remain secure. While UK businesses are improving at security breach prevention, a recent study by Beaming suggests that four million still risk losing valuable data each year. A reactive mentality – addressing a breach as or after it happens – is not enough to avoid irreparable disaster. Organisations now need to be proactive and operating as if there’s a very real possibility of a cyberattack of technical disaster. While businesses should not skimp on modern prevention methods, implementing a proactive disaster recovery (DR) plan will reduce downtime and protect against hardware failure and loss as a result of natural disaster. Adapting a business’ security culture can be difficult, so in order to help you develop a proactive plan, we’ve outlined four activities to start with: Assess…