Recovering from ransomware isn’t easy. At Veeam, recovery has always been at the forefront. We make sure that everything we do will help you successfully back up and secure your data so you can get back into production faster after a crisis.
Defend your data from an attack with secure backups and AI-powered malware protection.
Reduce Your Attack Surface
Keep malicious tampering at bay with end-to-end encryption and immutability.
Recover From Anywhere, to Anywhere
Restore anywhere, from on-premises to the cloud or both, and get your business running 5x faster.
State of Ransomware
Backup is Easy, Recovery is Hard
of companies experienced at least one ransomware attack in the past year
of cyberattacks targeted backup repositories
of orgs need a significant or complete overhaul between their backup and cybersecurity teams
is the minimum downtime to recover from a cyberattack
Ensure swift recovery with replicas, snapshots, and high-speed repositories for meeting RTOs, avoid data re-infection with YARA analysis, and streamline tasks through automated documentation, testing and verification.
New features like early threat detection, SIEM integration and proactive threathunting, coupled with Veeam’s immutability, backup verification, and secure access, create a robust and relentless security approach.
Reduce Your Attack Surface
Harden your infrastructure with Security & Compliance Analyzer and data best practices while monitoring for errors and anomalies. I/O Anomaly Visualizer ensures the lowest possible data loss thanks to Veeam CDP.
Recover From Anywhere, to Anywhere
Meet your RTOs while ensuring you avoid reinfection with YARA content analysis. Let automation take the wheel for time-intensive tasks like documentation, testing and verification so that you can restore your data from anywhere and back to product 5x faster.
Secure Backup is Critical to Your Cyber Resiliency
Multi-layered protection, designed for your peace of mind
Unify Your IT and Cybersecurity Teams for a Robust Ransomware Resiliency Approach
Early Threat Detection
Our AI-powered, built-in Malware Detection Engine performs low-impact inline entropy and file extensions scans during backup for immediate detection of suspicious activities.
Proactive Threat Hunting
Quickly flag backup inconsistencies and report them into ServiceNow and your preferred SIEM tools so you can immediately act and reduce further risk to your data.
Get a Second Opinion
Allow your cyber threat tool to report infections directly into the Veeam Incident API, marking existing restore points as infected or triggering a backup.
Put the Spotlight on Malware
Powered by Veeam ONE, utilize the Veeam Threat Center, our one-stop-security at a glance dashboard, that highlights threats, identifies risks and measures the security score of your backup environment.
Integrated Incident Response
Reduce response time with bi-directional ServiceNow incident lifecycle support powered with 300+ unique alarms.
With YARA content analysis, identify ransomware strains and prevent the reintroduction of malware into your environment.
Instant Recovery, Anywhere You Need It
Access your data when you need to with dependable restores that work seamlessly across clouds and platforms so you can hit your SLAs.
Protect Your Data from Ransomware
Follow this checklist to make sure everything’s set up for fast recovery using clean, dependable backups.
Achieve radical resilience that can only come from complete confidence in your protection, response and recovery. Built on the principles of Data Security, Data Recovery, and Data Freedom—Veeam Data Platform provides the confidence you need to make a stand against cyberattacks.
How does ransomware backup and recovery software work?
Ransomware backup and recovery software, like Veeam's specialized solution, functions as a critical defense against cyber threats. The software regularly takes snapshots of your data and securely stores them in an isolated environment. In the event of a ransomware attack, you can quickly restore your systems and data, minimizing downtime and financial loss. Utilize Veeam’s ransomware backup and recovery software to take control of your data security.
What are the best practices for ransomware backup?
The best practices for ransomware backup include a 3-2-1 backup strategy—three copies of your data, stored in two different mediums, and one off-site backup. Veeam's ransomware backup and recovery software supports this approach, offering multi-layered protection for your data. Keep your systems up-to-date and conduct regular audits to ensure maximum protection against ransomware threats.
Why choose Veeam for ransomware backup and recovery?
Veeam offers an all-in-one ransomware backup and recovery solution that is both efficient and secure. With advanced features like Instant VM Recovery and Secure Restore, Veeam enables quick data restoration while ensuring the integrity of your files. Choose Veeam for a comprehensive and reliable approach to safeguarding your data against ransomware attacks.
How often should I back up my data to protect against ransomware?
The frequency of data backups depends on your organization's specific needs, but frequent backups are crucial for effective ransomware protection. With Veeam's ransomware backup and recovery software, you can schedule automated backups as often as you like—daily, hourly, or even more frequently—to ensure minimal data loss in the event of a ransomware attack. Veeam provides flexible options to align with your data protection strategy.
How do I protect myself against Ransomware using Ransomware Backup?
Implement a comprehensive ransomware backup strategy aligned with the NIST Cybersecurity Framework's principles: Identify potential vulnerabilities, Protect critical assets, Detect anomalies, Respond to threats promptly, and Recover using secure backups. Dive deeper in our Guide To Ransomware Protection to understand the pivotal role of Ransomware Backup.
What are immutable backups?
Immutable backups are backup copies that cannot be modified or deleted after they are created. Immutable backups prevent ransomware from altering or deleting backup data, ensuring a reliable recovery point.