Organizations that automate disaster recovery programs can cut the daily cost of a data breach by more than half, a new IBM study reveals.
Both the cost and frequency of data breaches have been shown to decrease by more than 30% in organizations that embrace proactive recovery programs. Overall, the study shows a distinct competitive advantage in financial results, operational efficiency, and corporate reputation for organizations that deploy automated disaster recovery to maintain business continuity following a data breach.
On average, responding companies that prioritize business continuity management saved 44 days in the identification of the incident and 38 days in the containment of the data breach.
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