Using the 3-2-1 Rule To Protect Against Ransomware: A Storage Swiss ChalkTalk Video

Protection in the modern data center is changing. IT must provide backup to disk and an instant recover capability to meet the recovery expectations of application owners. But this rapid protection also puts data at risk to a ransomware attack. Backups can happen so frequently they are themselves corrupted. A solution is to have an off-line, “air-gapped” copy on tape. In this ChalkTalk video, Storage Switzerland’s Curtis Preston, Quantum’s Molly Presley and Veeam’s Michael Cade discuss using the 3-2-1 rule to accomplish rapid back ups and how to create an air-gapped copy.

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