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Nearly every business relies heavily on technology to keep their operations running smoothly. With the increasing threat of ransomware attacks, however, it’s crucial for businesses to have a well-thought-out plan for business continuity. Ransomware attacks can bring your business to a screeching halt, causing significant financial losses and reputational damage. As an example, the recent MGM cyberattack is estimated to have cost it more than $100 million. 

To ensure that your business remains resilient in the face of these threats, you need a comprehensive strategy that encompasses pre-existing protection, incident response, cyber insurance, and robust backups. In this article, we will delve into each of these elements and explain why they are vital for business continuity.

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