Be prepared for ransomware attacks and recover with confidence. Veeam® is the market leader in backup and recovery, both on premises and in the cloud. We offer instant, scalable recovery options so you can recover without paying a ransom.
Veeam was first to market with the Secure Restore capability, which scans machine data with existing anti‑malware software before restoring to a production environment. By using existing tools, Secure Restore reduces the complexity of the security stack and speeds the investigation process to ensure threats will not be re‑introduced to the network.
Veeam has multiple recovery options which allow you to optimize your recovery processes, and quickly and simultaneously restore multiple machines. Granular options allow the recovery of a single file to applications, entire volumes or servers, reducing the costs of downtime and mitigating the risk associated with a cyber‑attack.
Automation and orchestration have become critical to cybersecurity defense and recovery. Cyber‑insurance policies require tested, well‑documented plans. Rapid, reliable recovery is an integral part of the overall cybersecurity incident‑response process and must be thoughtfully planned out — just like the rest of the security architecture. Automation allows testing to be done on a regular basis and alerts administrators to changes to the environment, such that data cannot be damaged during a cyberattack.
The 3‑2‑1‑1‑0 Rule is a guiding principle to create air‑gapped, redundant and resilient data security programs that defeat ransomware. Air gaps work by storing data in isolated environments without online access. That way, there is zero possibility of data access or destruction.
Testing is a requirement to cyber‑insurance that many organizations struggle to meet on a regular basis. SureBackup® is the Veeam technology that allows you to run multiple tests on your backups to confirm the data is malware‑free and that the data can be recovered. The process can be as simple or in‑depth as you need. It can be run manually or be scheduled as part of your disaster recovery preparations.
Immutability protects data from being deleted or modified, ensuring the data will be available after an incident. Having multiple layers of immutable storage based on your network design — both in the cloud or on premises — creates a redundancy and reduces risk of data loss by providing end‑to‑end protection of the data.