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gidyn
Contributor II

Ransomware and Disaster Recovery

When we hear of an organisation crippled by a ransomware attack - what if it had been hit by a natural disaster, terrorism, or some other threat? Does this mean that it had no functioning disaster recovery plan, or am I being naive? Crafty ransomware may introduce gradual data corruption over time to confound backups, but this seems to be the exception.

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Caute_cautim
Community Champion

HI @csjohnng    Yes, I was in GTS for years, before I moved out and joined the 9,000 IBM Security Business unit and have not turned back since then.  Since then I have become the ANZ Architecture Practice Leader for my sins etc.

 

However, things are changing from the GTS to Kyndryl split.

 

IBM Garage - Co-Create, C-Execute, Co-Support is changing a lot of approaches by using a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) which means workshops are taken with the clients, and they state what is it that concerns them, rather than having ease it out of them over a period of time etc.   A lot of this was due to the Pandemic.

 

So it has become a lot more collaborative and innovative, through ensuring that idea will work.

 

I have been here for over 20 years, and I am still enjoying it.

 

Regards

 

Caute_Cautim