In today’s rapidly evolving digital landscape, ensuring robust data security and seamless interoperability is more critical than ever. As thought leaders in this arena, Veeam is excited to highlight a key milestone—securing the DoDIN APL listing for Veeam Backup & Replication v12.
DoDIN APL Certification: The Benchmark of Excellence in Cybersecurity
The Department of Defense Information Network Approved Products List (DoDIN APL) represents a rigorous standard of excellence in cybersecurity. A product must pass stringent tests for functionality, interoperability, and security. In essence, DoDIN APL-certified solutions are trusted to integrate seamlessly within the DoD’s complex network infrastructure, providing resilience against advanced security threats.
Veeam’s achievement in securing this certification for version 12 highlights its commitment to prioritizing data protection. This accomplishment not only positions Veeam as a leader in the cybersecurity space but also sets an example of dedication to ensuring robust data security for its users.
Implementing the DoDIN APL Certification Hardening Guides With Veeam Backup & Replication v12
In the realm of cybersecurity, the importance of hardening guides is paramount. These vital documents provide detailed instructions for optimizing product security within specific environments. The Veeam DoDIN APL hardening guide was explicitly crafted to address deployments within the highly-regulated and demanding environments of the DoD. Veeam also offers various hardened deployment scenarios for the backup infrastructure, including hardened repositories to ensure maximum protection against unwanted threats.
By closely following these hardening and best practices guides, organizations can ensure that their critical data protection solutions, such as Veeam Backup & Replication v12, are configured optimally, leaving no room for potential vulnerabilities. This adherence becomes critical for maintaining the product’s resilience against evolving threats and fortifying defenses.
The Impact of DoDIN APL Certification on Veeam Backup & Replication v12: Assurance and Trust
With the DoDIN APL certification, Veeam Backup & Replication v12 has established itself as a trusted choice for data protection. This achievement underscores Veeam’s promise to uphold stringent cybersecurity standards while continuing to deliver innovative and robust solutions.
Integrating the DoDIN APL Hardening Guide within Veeam’s deployment strategy exemplifies the company’s proactive approach to security. Veeam is committed to supporting customers in achieving optimal security configurations and ensuring resilient defenses against potential cyber threats.
As cybersecurity challenges and innovations continue to evolve, Veeam’s achievement of the DoDIN APL certification for Veeam Backup & Replication v12 is a notable stride forward.
Veeam’s Commitment to Security Excellence: Beyond the DoDIN APL Certification
In addition to achieving the DoDIN APL certification for Veeam Backup & Replication v12, Veeam demonstrates an unwavering commitment to comprehensive security measures amidst an ever-evolving landscape of constant threats and attacks that require continuous improvements in countermeasures to protect the mission. These measures include the following:
- Veeam products undergo Independent Verification & Validation (IV&V), ensuring third-party assessment of their systems to confirm they meet specified requirements regarding function, performance, and security.
- Veeam has secured the FIPS 140-2 certification, guaranteeing its encryption standards align with the U.S. government’s strict requirements.
- Veeam’s adherence to ISO 27001, an international standard for information security management systems, and SOC 2, a rigorous auditing standard for service organizations, reaffirms our commitment to operational excellence and data security.
- Veeam conducts internal testing against Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs) as part of its security protocols, ensuring effective threat detection and remediation.
- Veeam is under evaluation for Common Criteria.
Demonstrating our ongoing commitment to advanced security, Veeam is also actively pursuing other government certifications, including CMMC v2, continuing to lead by example in cybersecurity.