Computing Network Security & Data Loss

Date: November 25, 2013 Author: Vlad Zhitnikov Categories: News

Last year, around 37 percent of IT data loss involved malicious or criminal intent, this means data lost by a virus or any malware. Then there are hard drive crashes, corrupting files, lost files, many different things that could lead to a total system crash. In 2012, the average cost of only one damaged or corrupted record was up to 136$, up from 2011 by 6 dollars. With the growing online industry, that number won’t be going down anytime soon. Whether it’s informational or monetary; lost, stolen or corrupted data can have devastating effects on a company as a whole, especially one that deals with sensitive or crucial data.

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