Cyber security must remain top of mind for Executives in 2021
Today, Servpac Inc., Hawaii’s Cloud Solution, announced the addition of an enhanced security backup feature to their suite of cloud-based services. While traditional cloud backup systems enable data to be overwritten, Servpac utilizes advanced encryption software to make the data immutable against hackers.
Integration of the cloud security feature was expedited at the tail end of 2020, after news around the massive SolarWinds hack was reported. Richard Zheng, President of Servpac, explains, “As evident from last year’s large-scale SolarWinds attack on major companies and government departments, cyber-attacks can happen to even the most heavily monitored organizations.”
The risk of cyber-attacks grows every year as criminal tactics are becoming increasingly sophisticated. According to a recent survey conducted by Gartner, 48% of board of directors believe cybersecurity is a top risk to their enterprise.1 Zheng says, “We’re seeing an increase in the number of organizations moving their data to the cloud. As a result, we need to stay ahead of the curve and keep up with the latest technology to protect our customer’s digital assets.”
Servpac’s new cloud security backup solution is available for free to existing customers who utilize their local and private cloud services. In addition, to heighten the awareness of cyber threats, Servpac is offering complimentary risk assessments to local businesses. The assessment will serve as an audit for organizations to identify any potential gaps in their current data network and security processes.