Incident Time: 00:00:00

0 in Lost Productivity

Based on your input: 0% of the workforce affected
LOST PRODUCTIVITY BASED ON YOUR INPUT: 0% of the workforce affected
When employees can’t work, businesses consequently suffer productivity loss
Illustrate the “cost of downtime” in a way, which helps business executives visualize and understand the risks, and implications of not being prepared for a Ransomware attack.

Not being productive costs your business approx. nan per second

1 MINUTE:

nan

1 HOUR:

nan

1 DAY (8 HOURS):

nan

1 WEEK (40 HOURS):

nan

AVERAGE COST:

nan

Return on Investment (ROI) based purely on “Lost Productivity”
Business justifications to address the benefits against time
The graph illustrates the coherence between Lost Productivity from your incident, 0% of the workforce affected, and the cost of the License Fee. The intersection between the graphs displays the justification of a potential purchase of RANSOMCARE. You’ll see how many minutes result in a quantifiable return-on-investment (ROI).

License cost of specific yearly agreements:

1 Year Agreement

3 Year Agreement

5 Year Agreement

Cost of Lost Productivity
OTHER IMPORTANT COSTS, NOT INCLUDED – BUT TO BE CONSIDERED
Calculate the true Cost of Downtime
This however is not the full picture – your calculation above is only based on Productivity Loss (from your input). Business executives can now begin to calculate the full cost of downtime by adding other potential losses such as:

External recovery costs

Production and Supply chain

GDPR related costs

Reputational damage

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Potential revenue loss

Other related costs