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Building cyber resilience with data vaults • The Register

Danish cloud service providers CloudNordic and AzeroCloud suffered a major ransomware attack in August 2023. All customer data was lost, including backups, and was not recoverable. The companies reportedly refused to pay a ransom. Experts argue that basic backup and data protection measures are insufficient in a ransomware attack, instead advocating for continuous data protection (CDP) and isolated cyber recovery vaults, as well as real-time anomaly systems to detect malicious encryption.

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