Five data security trends companies should be on top of in 2023
Secure data management has become the pinnacle of success for business leaders today as cyberattackers increasingly target organisations ’ most valued asset . Florian Malecki , Executive Vice President of Marketing , Arcserve , outlines five trends influencing how organisations secure and manage their data in 2023 and beyond .
Data is the new oil , the new oxygen and the lifeblood of your business . Choose your metaphor . But without access to critical data and systems , your company will stall at the side of the road while your competitors race ahead . So it would be best to stay updated with the latest threats to your data and the tools you can use to protect it .
Here are five trends influencing how organisations secure and manage their data in 2023 and beyond .
1 . A massive SaaS outage will serve as a wakeup call
In 2023 , we could see the first significant Software-as-a-Service ( SaaS ) outage and the message – that data backup and recovery must be front and centre – will become apparent very quickly . Companies across the globe are increasingly consuming Software-as-a-Service rather than running their own IT infrastructure on premises . So , imagine if a service like Microsoft 365 has a major outage – then what ? You should know that top-tier SaaS providers like Microsoft guarantee their service but don ’ t guarantee your data ’ s safety . That ’ s on you . And that ’ s why you need to have thirdparty software to survive an outage and protect your data long-term .
It ’ s also crucial for you to embrace the 3-2-1-1 data protection strategy . This strategy directs that you have three backup copies of your data on two different
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