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November 6, 2020

Protecting financial institutions data from ransomware threats

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The financial services industry is an attractive target for ransomware attacks. Personal and commercial financial, banking, trading and superannuation information is arguably some of the most valuable data held by an organization today.

In this paper, we will provide a number of strategies to provide the financial services industry with practical steps to protect data and avoid falling victim to ransomware attacks. These strategies will explore not only how to configure Veeam products to recover from ransomware, but also other tools and techniques to address ransomware head on.

About the Author

Rick Vanover
Director, Product Strategy, Veeam Software
Rick has extensive virtualization expertise. He is a writer, blogger, former IT infrastructure manager, and host of the Veeam community podcast. Rick lives in Columbus, Ohio USA.
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