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Active Directory is in the attackers’ crosshairs
Widespread attacks exploiting Microsoft Active Directory have crippled businesses in recent years. When a ransomware or wiper attack takes out your domain controllers, recovering your forest can drag on for days or even weeks and risk malware re-infection in the process. But with Semperis Active Directory Forest Recovery (ADFR), you can get your business back in business in less than an hour. Soup to nuts.Let us prove it
Was your AD backup built for a different era?
So, what do you do when a cyberattack annihilates your entire Active Directory infrastructure? Well, Microsoft provides a lengthy technical guide that details the 28-step multi-threaded manual process required to recover an AD forest. Or, you could use a third-party AD backup tool that relies on bare-metal recovery (BMR). But be warned: Recovery from system state or bare-metal backups can re-introduce the infection all over again. Yikes! Don’t worry, Semperis has a solution built for the “post-NotPetya” world. The risk model for AD recovery has changed. So should your AD recovery plan.Cyber-First Checklist
The extinction event is real.
If Active Directory is down, business stops. Period. With malware running rampant, the threat of an AD disaster is greater than ever. In many cases, domain controllers are being weaponized to spread ransomware and encrypt thousands of machines at once. And opportunistic attackers are compromising targeted networks several months before deploying the ransomware, waiting to monetize their attacks until they see the most financial gain. It’s impossible to stop every attack, especially as remote workforces rapidly expand the attack surface. But you can control how resilient you are. Your business depends on it.By the end of 2021