Rethinking How Backup Data is Used in K-12 Education
When ransomware in school districts made the headlines in the New York
Times last year, the secret was out in a big way. Schools were the target of
malware attacks alongside state and local governments. As the article noted,
school systems often lack the resources “to keep up with each generation of
threats,” and district leaders underfund cybersecurity initiatives with the mentality
that “it won’t happen to us.”
In a time when data replication
happens instantly, the risks from
ransomware are bigger than ever.
Read this whitepaper to learn what to do about it.
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