Ransomware strikes–back up regularly and fight back

Ransomware is like a digital kidnapper, holding your files hostage until you pay a ransom. The worst part? Paying doesn’t guarantee getting your data back! Here’s how regular backups can be your weapon against ransomware:

  • Your Backup, Your Safety Net: Regularly backing up your data creates copies of your files. If ransomware strikes, you can restore your files from your backup, avoiding the whole ransom mess.
  • Local or Cloud, You Decide: Backups can be stored locally on an external hard drive or remotely in the cloud. Choose the option that best suits your needs.
  • Peace of Mind Power: Knowing your data is safe and recoverable gives you peace of mind. No more panicking if you fall victim to ransomware.

How Often Should You Back Up?

The frequency depends on how important your data is and how often it changes. For critical files, consider daily backups. For less important data, weekly backups might suffice.

Backups are your best defense against ransomware. Set up a backup system today and enjoy the security of knowing your data is always protected.