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Solution Brief: Protect Your Data From Malicious Ransomware Threats with HPE and Veeam

Brian Maher, Senior Manager, HPE Alliance Product Marketing, Veeam Software

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Published: May, 2017

Ransomware has evolved into a powerful cyber threat, able to take down solid security solutions. Ransomware attacks are spreading and becoming more sophisticated, which causes significant financial losses, brand identity damage or data loss for businesses around the world.

Solid data protection against ransomware threats requires a proactive approach, careful planning and industry best practices implementation, such as the 3-2-1 backup rule. Leveraging this rule, IT admins can ensure a high level of redundancy, as well as maximize application uptime and data protection. By doing so, organizations can avoid paying the ransom in case of a cyber-attack and benefit from a strong data availability solution.

Veeam and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) solution is easy to deploy and use and packed with very useful capabilities that make it an enterprise-class data availability solution: testing environment, rapid data restores and recovery or infrastructure lock down.

Read this joint Veeam and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) ransomware solution brief that details the rise in ransomware attacks, the business and IT risks of ransomware and explains how the integration of HPE storage platforms and Veeam software can be deployed to combat any ransomware threats by hackers.

Ransomware has evolved into a powerful cyber threat, able to take down solid security solutions. Ransomware attacks are spreading and becoming more sophisticated, which causes significant financial losses, brand identity damage or data loss for businesses around the world.

Solid data protection against ransomware threats requires a proactive approach, careful planning and industry best practices implementation, such as the 3-2-1 backup rule. Leveraging this rule, IT admins can ensure a high level of redundancy, as well as maximize application uptime and data protection. By doing so, organizations can avoid paying the ransom in case of a cyber-attack and benefit from a strong data availability solution.

Veeam and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) solution is easy to deploy and use and packed with very useful capabilities that make it an enterprise-class data availability solution: testing environment, rapid data restores and recovery or infrastructure lock down.

Read this joint Veeam and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) ransomware solution brief that details the rise in ransomware attacks, the business and IT risks of ransomware and explains how the integration of HPE storage platforms and Veeam software can be deployed to combat any ransomware threats by hackers.

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