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Protection of business data and systems from ransomware

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450 Millionen Dollar

of ransomware attacks aimed to infect backup repositories, and 75% of those attempts were successful

A Ransomware Attack is the greatest threat
for your company

85 %

of companies have been the victim of a ransomware attack at least once in the past year.

33 %

of companies could not recover their data despite paying the ransom.

19 %

of attack victims were able to recover their data without paying a ransom.

2 Weeks

is the average downtime for recovery from ransomware attacks.

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What is ransomware?

Ransomware is a type of malicious software (malware) that aims to encrypt or block access to computer files and then extorts ransoms from victims to restore access to the files. This type of malware is often distributed via email attachments, infected links, or malicious downloads, and can usually work unnoticed in the background until activated.

Once activated, the ransomware will encrypt all files on the affected computer or network and can even block system settings or deny access to the entire system.

 

The cyber criminals behind the ransomware then typically demand a ransom in the form of cryptocurrencies to restore access to the encrypted files.

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It is important to note that there is no guarantee that the cyber criminals will actually restore access to the files, even if the ransom is paid. It is recommended to perform regular backups and use security software to protect against ransomware attacks.

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How can I protect myself against ransomware?

There are several key components of an effective ransomware protection strategy:

  • Back up important data regularly and store it securely offline or offsite. Keep software and operating systems current with the latest security patches and updates.

  • Implement strict access controls and user authentication protocols.

  • Using anti-malware and anti-virus software with advanced threat detection capabilities.

  • Educate employees and end users to recognize and avoid phishing scams and other social engineering tactics used in ransomware attacks.

  • Conducting regular vulnerability assessments and penetration tests to identify and fix potential network vulnerabilities.

  • Develop and test incident response plans to quickly and effectively respond to a ransomware attack.

Immutable data backup
Keep ransomware at bay with native, immutable, tested backups

An immutable data backup refers to a form of data backup in which the backed up data cannot be subsequently modified or deleted. This is achieved by storing the backup copies on a specially secured storage medium that ensures data integrity protection.

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Stop ransomware, ensure backup compliance, and ensure data recoverability by making your backup copies immutable. Automate the protection and security of your backups throughout their lifecycle, both on-premises and in the cloud.

Protection with the NEW Hardened Linux Repository, which stores backups on immutable storage, preventing modification or encryption.

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