5 Reasons Traditional Backup Doesn’t Work For Files During a Ransomware Attack

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Nasuni's John Bilotti, CIO/CISO, Barrie Kuza, VP of Product Management and Anne Blanchard, Sr. Director of Product Marketing

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Ransomware is targeting file servers because they store sensitive data and are scattered across many locations which allows for a higher attack surface. As more companies shift to the cloud, reliance on a traditional backup solution is no longer a sound strategy as they may require weeks to recover files, lack the scale needed to handle distributed attacks and running multiple backups in preparation for attacks is expensive. Join three cyber-security experts as they discuss the limitations of traditional backup when it comes to ransomware and how modern cloud solutions are stepping in to fill the gap when it comes to: · Rapid file restoration · Multi-site restoration · Training, testing and preparing for attacks · Predictable RPO’s and RTO’s that help your business manage risk · Immutable file storage options other than tape

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