Backup Systems Disaster Recovery Blog
A ransomware story with a happy ending

A ransomware story with a happy ending

Just over a year ago, one of our customers was hit by a ransomware attack over the weekend. They had been hit by the so-called Ryuk ransomware.

When an IT disaster strikes, does your team really know how to recover?

Almost half of IT professionals are not confident they could recover their systems in under 6 hours. It’s great they are being so honest about disaster recovery. But when systems fail, these are the guys that should have the ability to get things up and running again.

New research shows how cyber-attacks damage customer confidence

British Airways (BA) has yet again been involved in a cyber-attack. The second high-profile attack in as many years. This time the firm that manages the data of BA’s executive club members got hacked. So how does this affect customer confidence?

Woodland Trust felled by a criminal cyber attack

The Woodland Trust, a charity dedicated to protecting woodland across the UK, has been the victim of a “sophisticated, high level cyber-incident” according to its website.

Amey cyber attack; construction sector hit again

Amey, the UK infrastructure management company, was hit by a cyber-attack from the Mount Locker ransomware group in mid-December. This is the latest in a string of attacks targeting construction firms.

Backup Systems celebrates being granted Made in Britain membership

Backup Systems has been accredited as a member of Made in Britain. Backup Systems’ adoption of the official, protected mark will help buyers recognise its products as good quality, great value and British-made.