Offensive Security: How Cyberstorage is Closing the Data Protection Gap
The impact of a cyberattack can be catastrophic. Increasing in both sophistication and frequency, they can result in data encryption, destruction, or exfiltration and can completely shut down your systems, bringing productivity to a standstill. As data moves beyond the data center into diverse storage types and hybrid environments, storage has become an increasingly attractive target… one with noticeable gaps in protection. Unfortunately, traditional methods of data protection and recovery simply aren’t up to the challenge. Cyberstorage – an “active” defense of storage systems and their data – has evolved to aid in prevention and recovery through analytics and storage-specific recovery capabilities. This marks the era of offensive security, designed to protect storage systems against these threats, minimizing their impact and enabling efficient, granular recovery from backup systems.
Watch Superna’s Alex Hesterberg and Andrew MacKay, and cybersecurity expert Sean Higgins (Higgins Consulting, SideChannel, Herjavec Group) in this recorded panel discussion on how cyberstorage can help close the data protection gap and meet the constantly-evolving threat landscape head on.
In this session, we cover:
- The evolving threat landscape
- Why large data repositories have become favored targets
- Why traditional data protection strategies fail
- Cyberstorage and the need for offensive security
- How AI and ML can play a role in closing the data protection gap
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