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New research shows that the majority of organizations don't have confidence that their business continuity strategies will be effective following a successful cyber attack.

This is one of the findings in 'The State of Data Security', a Wakefield Research study commissioned by Rubrik Zero Labs to gather insights from more than 1,600 security and IT leaders including CISOs, CIOs, VPs, and Directors across 10 countries.

Key findings include:

> 92 percent of respondents are concerned they will be unable to maintain business continuity if they experience a cyber attack.

> Only 5 percent of organizations were able to return to business continuity or normal operations within one hour of discovering a cyber attack.

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