Don’t Pay the Ransom!

When you’re infected by ransomware, your first line of defense is having
a backup and DR plan in place. And it only counts as a plan if you’ve tested it.

Number One Defense Strategy

The number one threat polluting enterprise networks is ransomware. When you’re infected with ransomware—you have two choices: pay the ransom or recover data from a clean backup.


If ransomware changes your most recent backup, having unlimited version history gives you the confidence to turn back time to restore unencrypted files from a known good backup.


Not being able to recover your CEO’s desktop files is never a good answer. Since ransomware is disseminated via phishing and web downloads, endpoint protection is vital to guarding against today’s most pervasive threats.


NetBackups makes it simple to restore any versions of files backed up. Just find a clean, unencrypted version of the files or folders you want to restore and download them in seconds. Problem solved.

Protecting The Crown Jewels

Ransomware is designed to infect the network rapidly, initiating file encryption in a matter of seconds. Infecting individual files is one thing, but when ransomware infects mission-critical applications and databases, you need a solution that can restore running systems in minutes – not hours or days.


Destressing a Stressful Situation

The worst part of getting infected by ransomware is not knowing whether you can recover from the attack and how much data and productivity will be lost. Sleep better knowing that you can simply and quickly recover from the unexpected. This means finding the right tool, for the right job. NetBackups offers backup and recovery for: SaaS applications, end points, and servers.


Push Button Failover

Boot up clean virtual machines from an on-premises appliance or from your private cloud* in minutes. This can save hours of downtime by getting your applications, production databases, and users online by accessing a virtual production environment.


Identifying the Point of Infection

Quickly browse a disk image to quickly determine the time of infection, and then restore a backup just prior to that point in time.

* Failover to the cloud is not available with NetBackups Backup and Disaster Recovery Local

Anomaly Detection

Ransomware often infects files over a period time, many IT admins are unaware that their company is infected until it’s too late. Anomaly detection ensures you’ll never be caught off guard.

What is anomaly detection? It’s an early warning system that enables companies to quickly isolate a ransomware infection and recover important data before the entire network freezes. When we see anomalies in the number of changed files, we will automatically send you an email alert — an anomaly warning — that lets you know when your ‘new’ or ‘changed’ file count jumps off the chart.

With this knowledge, you know when you were infected and can revert to a clean backup.

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