Zero in on Risk Reduction With a Zero-Loss Strategy 

06-23-2023 15:58

Implement a zero-loss strategy to prepare for and recover from ransomware with Commvault.

This is a sponsored article brought to you by Commvault.

A zero-loss strategy helps you better plan, manage, monitor and reduce the impact of ransomware and cyberattacks. It can be built on zero-trust principles and implemented through Commvault’s multilayered security framework for consistent and automated ransomware protection and recovery processes.

Organizations face an increasingly turbulent data environment with cyberattacks increasing year over year. Global cybercrime damage is predicted to hit $10.5 trillion annually by 2025.1 Changing work environments, with remote employment increasing and the threats of ransomware rising are also putting more strain on IT, networking and infrastructure teams. Even in 2022, 60% of Chief Information Officer (CIOs) saw their tech budgets increasing to improve on cybersecurity.2

It's important to modernize your data protection capabilities to avoid a slow and complicated recovery. It’s equally crucial to meet the requirements for reporting and compliance. Given the scope of this potentially time-consuming job, you also need to make effective use of automation, APIs, artificial intelligence and machine learning. To make these optimal decisions about your recovery priorities, you need complete visibility and data insights across your environments – from on-premises to multi-cloud.

Commvault uniquely monitors threats before bad actors impact your environment. With Commvault, protect and monitor active files and backup copies and surface threats before data exfiltration, gaining early warning into ransomware attacks. Commvault can also reduce downtime if an attack occurs and recover data to resume operations quickly.

For more information on Commvault solutions and how they can benefit you in the security space, visit Commvault’s CyberSolv page for more information and ways to contact the team about their offerings.

1.       Morgan, Steve. Cybercrime To Cost The World 8 Trillion Annually In 2023. Cybersecurity Ventures. Oct. 17, 2022.

2.       Foundry. State of the CIO 2023. Jan. 25, 2023.

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