Three Steps to Ransomware Protection in the Cloud

Date: Monday, September 20th at 9am PDT / 12pm EDT

Every 11 seconds.

Research from Cybersecurity Ventures indicates a business will suffer a ransomware attack every 11 seconds in 2021, costing in excess of $20B across all industries. With numbers like these, we need to make sure securing and defending our VMware-based applications is a top priority for our business. But while securing and defending against ransomware before it happens is a critical first step, enabling a multi-layered approach to ensure a quick recovery after it happens can be just as important to the long-term viability of your business.

Today’s security, backup, and disaster recovery solutions have evolved with ransomware protection and recovery in mind. But they need to work together for success. Learn how iland and Veeam work together to address any backup solutions that may be needed. Join iland experts to learn how a combination of security, air-gapped backup, and disaster recovery can help you avoid the worst case scenarios, including paying a ransom, if your data becomes compromised.

Attend our webinar to:

  1. Hear how ransomware has taken a turn for the worst in 2021 and what that has meant for peer businesses in your industry
  2. Understand how a combination of security, backup, and recovery technologies can work together efficiently to provide multi-layered protection against headline-making ransomware attacks
  3. Learn how iland’s multi-layered approach to security, air-gapped backup and disaster recovery is fundamentally different from the competition - in terms of protection and ease of recovery

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Justin Augat, VP, Product Marketing + Communications, iland

Dale Levesque, Director, Cloud Data Protection and Recovery, iland

Steven Rosenthal, Senior Product Manager, iland

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