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Be prepared. Expect the unexpected.

Rebuild faster by securing what matters to you now and in the future. 


Building cyber resilience in our communities

Resilience can be thought of as our collective ability to understand, anticipate and quickly ‘bounce back better’ from disaster events such as cyclone, floods, bushfires, cyclones, typhoons and cyber attacks. To be cyber resilient we must assume the worst.

It means individuals, communities and businesses taking greater responsibility to be safe and to minimise personal impact.

It relies upon networks of people working together and championing resilience activities and efforts to ensure it is always front of mind.

Communities under threat

A key aspect of effective crisis management is to ensure that staff can continue working (often from home or other locations), however if staff are unable to access the data or applications that they need to perform their roles then this will not occur and productivity will be significantly impacted.

We all have a role to play

A disaster can have a devastating effect on a business. Studies have shown that many businesses fail after experiencing a significant data loss

Resilience is a shared responsibility and success will depend on the collective effort of:

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    Community groups and organizations

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    Tertiary sector

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    Government (all levels)

Technology presents the opportunity to expedite and magnify the impact of humanitarian relief efforts through greater efficiency and responsiveness; reaching more people, sooner, more cost-effectively, and saving more lives.

But it relies on organisations securely storing information, having access to information and being able to securely share information when it matters most

The direct impact of natural disasters, such as cyclones, earthquakes and floods can lead to downtime of data infrastructure but also loss of data completely – in the case of locally backup data and paper files.

Your Digital File and Cryptoloc Technology are working with government, businesses, individuals and community groups to assist our communities:

Prepare for disaster

Recover from disaster

It is impossible to stop natural disasters from happening. But it is possible to ensure that critical information used by agencies, government and communities is not only secured, but accessible in a secure way to allow for rapid recovery and continual response

Jamie Wilson, founder of Cryptoloc Technology and YDF