Prevention is your first line of Defense from Ransomware. But what if Prevention fails?
A data protection strategy is something every organization has implemented. However, the crucial question is, can the information be recovered from an ever-evolving threat landscape?
Over the past few years, ransomware has morphed from a broad-based attack vector to one that has become more sophisticated, targeted, and ruthless. Even with state-of-the-art prevention solutions, organizations must assume an attack will infiltrate the infrastructure and plan accordingly.
In this demo Sean Derrington, Sr.Director – Product Management, StorageCraft shows you how to:
- Deploy OneXafe cluster for converged scale-out storage and data protection
- Recover unstructured data using our immutable continuous data protection technology
- Create and apply data protection policies to any number of VMs with a few clicks using the simplicity and power of OneSystem
- Replicate to StorageCraft DRaaS by setting data protection policies
- Use VirtualBoot for instant on-premises recovery – physical and virtual
- Perform VirtualBoot recovery from DRaaS back onto your premises as a failback mechanism
To meet these challenges, IT organizations need a comprehensive storage management and data protection solution providing immutable backups for physical and virtual environments. Moreover, in a recovery scenario, every second of downtime impacts the organizations’ bottom line and, consequently, in a recovery scenario every second counts.
Presenter: Sean Derrington, Sr Director - Product Management, StorageCraft
Sean Derrington, Sr. Director - Product Management at StorageCraft, has more than 20 years of storage experience. Prior to StorageCraft, Sean led product management at Exablox (acquired by StorageCraft) and Veritas/Symantec and has held multiple product marketing and management positions covering storage management, cloud, and virtualization solutions. Before Veritas, he was the lead storage analyst at Meta Group. He holds a B.S. in Material Science and Engineering and a B.S. in Engineering and Public Policy, both from Carnegie Mellon University.