Monday, June 24, 2024

Arcserve offers best protection against ransomware attack

No one is safe from a ransomware attack. After all, anyone or any entity anywhere can be the target anytime. It can be a private individual, famous personality, single proprietorship firm, or publicly-listed company.

In May of 2021, hackers attacked Colonial Pipeline, a company that managed the largest pipeline for refined oil products in the United States.

With its system compromised, the company was immediately forced to shutter its operations temporarily. The decision quickly disrupted allied businesses. It led to fuel shortages in at least five US states and prompted some flights to stop over for refueling or change planes.

A few hours after the attack, the management of Colonial Pipeline relented and paid the 75 bitcoin or $4.4 million in ransom.

Like every other ransomware attack, the one involving the US pipeline operator highlighted the need for any company to make proactive ransomware defense a top priority.

As early as 2019, Cybersecurity Ventures predicted that the global costs of damage from ransomware attacks could reach $20 billion by 2021. That same report also said that ransomware attacks could occur every 11 seconds by 2021.

3-2-1-1 data-protection provides defense

To help protect against these dangerous security breaches, Arcserve, the world’s most experienced data and ransomware protection provider,  released its 3-2-1-1 design as the best practice for data protection.

According to Arcserve, even before a cyberattack occurs, companies should already create three copies of their valuable data — one primary copy and two backups. Two of those three copies should be stored locally on at least two types of storage media.

This 3-2-1-1 model is part of Arcserve’s Proactive Ransomware Defense and Orchestrated Recovery framework.

Arcserve’s data and ransomware protection was designed to meet the demands of today’s IT by removing standalone, discrete products while delivering proven, all-in-one cybersecurity, backup, and orchestrated recovery.

Arcserve’s powerful integration brings you a first and last line of defense against cyberattacks and data loss, allowing for the confidence that businesses can withstand any threat.

With solutions secured by Sophos, companies can be assured that their infrastructure will get total protection.

Arcserve’s solutions are designed to integrate cybersecurity and data protection for on-premises, cloud, and SaaS-based workloads.

Cutting-edge technologies powered by Arcserve Unified Data Protection, Sophos Intercept X Advanced, and OneXafe work seamlessly together to remove complexity, improve SLAs, and leave the risk of cyberattacks and data loss behind.

Once installed and implemented, Arcserve will deliver the only means to neutralize cyberattacks, including ransomware, without the complexity of siloed cybersecurity and data protection strategies.

With this robust integration, companies will protect their data and infrastructure through a first and last line of defense against cyberattacks and data loss.

The result is the ability for businesses to manage the growing and costly threat of ransomware and, in the event of an attack, recover with confidence

Recently, Arcserve merged with StorageCraft, creating the new global business continuity leader. The new Arcserve is a global top 5 data management and protection vendor.

The integration of both companies offers the broadest portfolio of orchestrated data recovery and proactive ransomware protection solutions available in a unified product line.

For inquiries about Arcserve’s Proactive Ransomware Defense and Orchestrated Recovery, please email, call 8706 5592, or visit

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