Like a Neighborhood Watch, monitor your backup environment for ransomware

Presented by

David Cunningham and Phil Wandrei

About this talk

A Neighborhood Watch group can be an effective deterrent to local crime. It identifies suspicious activity and alerts the authorities for further investigation. Like a Neighborhood Watch, Commvault monitors the backup environment for suspicious activity and sends alerts to prevent ransomware spread. Attend this webinar and learn four (4) ways Commvault monitors the data protection environment; · Active monitoring: live file system activity for potential ransomware threats · Backup monitoring: backup data for anomalous changes in size and activity · Honey pot: security mechanism of active unauthorized system changes · Event monitoring: detection for anomalous events With Commvault’s centralized management, it combines layered monitoring with alerting and the ability to respond to threats all in one easy to use console. Join Commvault for part four (4) of this five-part series on how you can monitor your data protection environment as part of a layered security approach against ransomware. View previous sessions and register for the next session; · Part 1 · Part 2 · Part 3 . Part 5
Related topics:

More from this channel

Upcoming talks (0)
On-demand talks (88)
Subscribers (12662)
Register for one of our free webinars today for technology deep dives and to learn how to solve the challenges of your modern data center.