Stop ransomware in its tracks, ensure backup compliance and safeguard your recoverability with immutability for your backup copies. Automate both the protection and downstream security of your backups for the duration of their life cycle, on premises and in the cloud.
Read the SEC 17a-4(f), FIRNA 4511(c) and CFTC 1.31(c)-(d) WORM compliance assessment1
With new malware threats being delivered daily, it has become very difficult to quickly test day-zero patches and protect yourself from the latest threats. With Veeam, you can reduce your response time, mitigate risk from infection and trust that your data can be protected from threats as soon as they hit the radar.
Deliver confidence to your organization while improving recovery-related operations by automatically verifying the recovery of every backup, replica and snapshot. Keep ransomware out for good and trust your future restores thanks to automation that scans the backup for malware.
Increase data security and reduce interruptions that are caused through cross-contamination of data during recovery. By verifying that your backups are free and clear of viruses and malware, you know that it is safe to recover the data without threat of initial or reinfection.
Recovery data testing, or testing that you can actually recover from your backups when needed, is a task that is challenging in nature. Surveys routinely show organizations test far less than they should to achieve data recovery and compliance goals.
Data testing for both general recovery and disaster recovery begins with testing the backup data:
The right data protection solution, like Veeam Backup & Replication™, will help you to do just these things — in an automated fashion so that you can focus on other IT initiatives while remaining confident that you are ready for recovery at any moment and ready for disaster should it strike.
An immutable backup cannot be altered in any way or deleted throughout its life cycle while it lives in storage on premises and in the cloud. Considering that cyberthreats are cited as a top concern, companies are seeking ways to keep their data safe.
Taking advantage of built-in immutability systems that exist in Linux filesystems and S3 storage, the backup is guaranteed to be safe and ready for recovery, thus making it very attractive for long-term retention and general archival.
Backup solutions, like Veeam Backup & Replication, take the guesswork out of securing your backup data by using automation to create natively immutable backups in Linux storage and Amazon S3 storage. By ensuring that immutability is set at the time of the backup or backup copy creation, your backup data is safe from ransomware encryption and any other threat that would seek to compromise your data.
Sometimes you just can’t avoid having to revert back to your archived backups to restore the data that you need. Considering the constant threat from ransomware and other cyberthreats, how can you avoid becoming infected from old data? There have been many cases where infected data lived in the backups, only to be discovered at the time of recovery.
Applications that place your data’s security first, like Veeam Backup & Replication, provide simple, automated processes to keep you protected from reinfection when recovering old data. Veeam includes a Secure Restore that performs automatic scans provided through integration with trusted antivirus and anti-malware solutions.