The ransomware threat is real. Attacks are a top concern for enterprises of all shapes and sizes—and for good reason! Enterprises are lucrative. And in the era of dispersed data, they’re a prime target. Especially with attacks on the rise. Since 2019, ransomware attacks have grown by 365 percent. Cybersecurity Ventures predicts damages will cost the world $6 trillion annually by 20211, making ransomware the fastest growing type of cybercrime.
What’s worse, attackers are becoming increasingly sophisticated in their tactics. They’re becoming more organized, continually evolving creative techniques to get past even the most vigilant frontline security. You can’t escape the inevitable—it’s a really a matter of when, not if.
But we are here to help you safeguard your business and prepare for unexpected threats. Historically, many have considered backup and recovery of your data to be the last line of defense against ransomware attacks. It’s important to evolve this old mindset. At Veritas, we recommend prioritizing backup and recovery as a reliable part of a comprehensive, multilayered resiliency framework—a part that supports the protect, detect, and recover components of an organization’s overall cybersecurity strategy. After all, if ransomware’s goal is to disrupt your business, then the best defense is to ensure your data is resilient.
That is where Veritas NetBackup becomes your MVP! It gives you the best defense possible: resiliency. The #1 enterprise backup and recovery solution, NetBackup has been synonymous with resiliency for decades and was engineered to protect the largest and most demanding multi-cloud and data center environments. Armed with NetBackup, your enterprise can protect and maintain data integrity everywhere, mitigate risks, implement hardening measures, and recover at scale, ensuring your business is up and running with minimal impact in minutes or hours instead of days or weeks. That’s the NetBackup advantage.
Make NetBackup the core of your comprehensive, multilayered cybersecurity strategy.
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