Ransomware attacks are increasing in frequency and in severity. It’s no longer a matter of if you will suffer a ransomware attack, it’s when. But when it does happen, will you be prepared to fight like a pro, or will you be knocked out with a one-two punch in the first round?
Ransomware is a heavyweight opponent, and to beat it to the punch, you need to prepare ahead of time. If you wait until an attack happens, it’s too late for you to fight back. Because ransomware is a multifaceted threat, you need a multilayered solution to combat it.
Follow these steps to be ready to throw the first punch and to land a knockout blow:
Having the right tools and technologies in place is the key to knocking out ransomware. But how do you know where to start? NetApp® ransomware solutions have you covered at every layer, with a portfolio of products and technologies that focus on thwarting threats to your data and on accelerating data recovery.
NetApp features such as read-only Snapshot™ copies, indelible SnapLock® file locking, efficient and secure SnapMirror® data replication, and AI-powered detection capabilities create highly effective preventive measures to keep your data safe during an attack. After an attack, NetApp SnapRestore® technology enables you to recover your data in seconds, instead of the days or weeks that other solutions take.
When it comes to ransomware prevention, the best defense is a good offense. Check out NetApp solutions for ransomware. And if you need extra help in being well prepared to win the fight, the NetApp Ransomware Protection and Recovery Service is available.
See for yourself how NetApp ransomware solutions can help you fight like a pro against rogue ransomware.
Jason is a business and marketing professional with over 20 years of product marketing, product management, and corporate finance experience. Since joining NetApp in 2008 he has been focused on SAN and NAS storage, backup and disaster recovery solutions, and cloud data services. When not in the office, you can find him cycling, cooking, enjoying time with family, and volunteering at his church and in the community.