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April 7, 2021

Protect against Ransomware with Immutable Backups: a Veeam Guide

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Includes SEC Rule 17a-4(f), FINRA Rule 4511 and CFTC Rule 1.31 (c)-(d) compliant configuration

Ransomware has been evolving for years and backups are becoming more and more of a target of ransomware attacks. To prevent attacks on backups, Veeam Backup & Replication v11 introduces the “Hardened Repository” feature. It makes backups immutable for a configured amount of time.
This guide on “Hardened Repository” is intended for IT administrators, virtual infrastructure administrators and any personnel responsible for the implementation and operation of Veeam Backup & Replication.
Download this document and learn:
  • How to use “Hardened Repository” as a backup target
  • SEC Rule 17a-4(f), FINRA Rule 4511 and CFTC Rule 1.31 (c)-(d) compliant configuration
  • Best practices

About the Author

Hannes Kasparick
Hannes Kasparick
Principal Analyst, Product Management, Veeam Software
Hannes Kasparick has been working in the IT business since 2004. Today, Hannes is a member of the Veeam Product Management team. In the past he managed Linux and Windows environments, as well as infrastructure services like servers, storage, network and firewalls.
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