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February 25, 2021

Protecting financial institutions’ data from ransomware threats

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The stakes are incredibly high when adequately protecting and securing your systems. This ranges from financial implications to causing irreparable harm to the company’s reputation with customers.
Ransomware attacks have only worsened in this global pandemic, with new challenges like remote work and virtual customer experiences.
In this guide, Rick Vanover, senior director of product strategy at Veeam®, provides several data protection strategies for financial service companies:
  • Education
  • Implementation
  • Remediation

About the Author(s)

Rick Vanover
Senior Director, Product Strategy, Veeam Software
Rick Vanover (Microsoft MVP, Cisco Champion, VMware vExpert) is Senior Director of Product Strategy for Veeam Software based in Columbus, Ohio. Rick’s experience includes system administration and IT management; with virtualization, cloud and storage technologies being the central theme of his career recently. Follow Rick on Twitter @RickVanover or @Veeam.
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