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How to Recover from a Cyber Attack
In part four of the MEP National Network five-part series on “Cybersecurity for Manufacturers,” we covered how to respond quickly to an information security breach with a prepared plan of action. Now we’ll explore effective mechanisms for restoring operations after a cybersecurity incident so you and your employees can get back to business. Recovering from a cybersecurity incident can be a daunting undertaking, especially if you’ve lost information that’s critical to running your manufacturing facility. But you can limit the damage to your company and your reputation by developing a solid recovery plan in advance. Make Full Backups of Essential Business Data. Conduct a full, encrypted backup of your data on each computer and mobile device at least once a month, shortly after a complete malware scan. Store these backups at a protected, off-site location. Save your encryption password or key in a secure location separate from where your backups are stored. Many software applications will allow you to encrypt your backups.
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