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Backup and the Law

Man looking at screen with EU GDPR imageWhat is GDPR?

This data privacy law will give consumers more control and insight into their personal data and will require companies to ensure they are following safe procedures to collect, process, and store data.

Data Integrity and Business Continuity

An important part of GDPR compliance is the ability to ensure the ongoing confidentiality, integrity, and availability of processing systems and services. It is also critical to be able to restore the availability and access to personal data in a timely manner in the event of a physical or technical incident.

How do I ensure my business is compliant?

There are a couple of options available to ensure your business can restore personal data which may have been lost due to a cyber-attack or a technical issue with your hardware or software. 

You can manually create multiple copies of your data in multiple locations, ideally following our 3-2-1 Backup rule (be aware of the risks of not having an automated solution, or not regularly performing test restores to make sure your backups worked).

Or you may choose to outsource the management of business continuity and disaster recovery to an outsourced provider, like ourselves. We can deliver a secure, automated solution which create real-time copies of your data both locally and in the cloud, which can be restored within minutes if disaster strikes – keeping your business running.

Want to get the best protection for your business?

Here at TechSolve, we work hard to understand our clients’ business and applying the most appropriate technology to match their needs.

If you would like a free brief chat to discuss your operational challenges and to explore the potential threats to your business, please get in touch today – 0203 3 970 978 or drop us a line