Don't Pay the Ransom! Nasuni's Rapid Ransomware Recovery

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Michael Massey, Osborn Engineering; John Capello, Nasuni

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To protect your CAD and 3D models from ransomware, you’ve got a secure parameter and the most advanced threat detection tools available. But eventually, your file servers are hit and your business stops. There used to be two options to defuse a ransomware attack. Option 1: pay the bitcoin ransom and get the decryption keys; or Option 2: go through the equivalent of major surgery to ‘cure’ the file system by restoring terabytes (or PBs!) of file data, which can take days or even weeks. It’s not the ransomware that brings your company to its knees, it’s a lengthy recovery process. And the more files that need to be recovered, the longer it takes. But there’s a new option to recover faster from ransomware. Join Nasuni and Osborn Engineering as we discuss how organizations all over the world such as Coca-Cola, Pernod Ricard, Renishaw & Draxalmaier are not only enjoying the scalable and cost-efficient benefits of cloud file storage, but can now also recover within minutes of a ransomware attack. In this session you will: ✅ Learn why ransomware protection and recovery requires a Zero Trust model, an immutable, durable file history, and a fast restore to be effective ✅ Hear how Osborn Engineering feel prepared to recover from Ransomware with Nasuni and Microsoft Azure ✅ Watch 100TBs of encrypted files be recovered in front of your very eyes!

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