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VG Tuesday Tips: What the DarkSide Ransomware Attack Can Teach Us About Cybersecurity and Resilience
On May 7, 2021, the DarkSide ransomware gang successfully breached Colonial Pipeline’s IT systems, forcing a critical U.S. fuel artery to temporarily shut down operations. The FBI confirmed three days later that DarkSide initiated the ransomware attack, and Colonial Pipeline eventually admitted to paying more than $4 million in ransom.
How to Select the Best Data Protection Appliance for Your Business
Turnkey appliances provide many benefits, but there is some variation among solutions and the features they offer. Before committing to a data protection appliance for your organization, it’s important to first identify the specific problems you want the appliance to solve.
Arcserve Introduces Multi-Petabyte Appliances for the Market’s Only Means to Secure Big Data from Cyberattacks, IT Disasters and...
Minneapolis, MN – December 8, 2020 – Arcserve, LLC, the world’s most experienced data and ransomware protection provider, today unveiled Arcserve X Series Appliances Secured by Sophos, the first self-contained solutions with integrated cyber and data protection for enterprise data volumes. The new appliances uniquely combine deep learning endpoint protection and on- and off-site disaster recovery with over 3PBs of effective capacity in one unit, and linear expansion to increase capacity as needed.
Your Disaster Recovery Planning 101: RTOs vs. RPOs
On the surface, these disasters are completely unrelated, but they all have one thing in common: Organizations with a disaster recovery plan will find them a lot less painful.
How to Choose the Right Enterprise Cloud Backup Solution
The cloud plays a huge role in creating a secure place to back up enterprise data, especially now that businesses are dealing with disruptions resulting from a significant rise in ransomware, cybercrime, and highly unpredictable weather patterns. These days, you never know when a hurricane (or two!) might threaten your company’s technology center.
Avoid Ransomware with Nutanix, Arcserve, and Sophos
Ransomware attacks seem endless and relentless. Daily headlines scream about the severity and frequency of attacks on organizations of all kinds – no industry is immune, and some including healthcare and government face more scrutiny when cyber attacks affect patient or constituent data or cause downtime for critical services.
Arcserve and Sophos Deepen Alliance to Unveil Fully Integrated Cyber and Data Protection for On-Premises, Cloud, and SaaS Workload...
Alliance extends the protection of backups to cloud and SaaS data with Arcserve Cloud Backup for Office 365 and Arcserve UDP Cloud Hybrid Secured by Sophos
Arcserve Research Uncovers Links Between Ransomware, Consumer Purchasing Behavior and Brand Loyalty
Reveals consumers will not tolerate ransomware-related service disruptions or security breaches, and will turn to a competitor after a single failed transaction or instance of inaccessible information
Arcserve Recognized with a 5-Star Rating in the 2020 CRN® Partner Program Guide
The Channel Company’s research team analyzed each vendor’s partner program to determine the 2020 5-Star ratings. Each was scored based on several factors, including investments in program offerings, partner profitability, partner training, education and support, marketing programs and resources, sales support, and communication. Based on that assessment, the partner program with Arcserve stands among the elite technology suppliers in the IT channel, providing maximum value and support for solution providers.
Working From Home? Here Are Four Top Tips For Keeping Data Safe And Secure
With more employees working from home, cybercriminals have more access points to exploit networks. The Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency has even issued an alert about unpatched VPNs being targeted. Because of this, you need to ensure your infrastructure has the proper security measures in place and ensure workers are able to back up the data they’re producing on their laptops to reduce the risk of data loss.