Knocked down? Getting back up again

With the best will in the world, disaster does strike, whether it’s hacking, hardware loss or viruses. Jason Walsh looks at how businesses can recover from intrusion and other threats to their IT systems

8th May, 2016
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Pat Larkin, chief executive, Ward Soutions

Viruses, trojans and other attacks are nothing new, but the significance of the damage done has increased exponentially as IT has become more and more central to business. Networking, in particular, provides a vector for attack — and Irish businesses are under direct threat.

David Keating, sales manager at Data Solutions, said the nature of the threat has changed dramatically in recent years.

Now, instead of random attacks, specific businesses are targeted with brand new,...

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