Using Immutable Storage to Protect Data Against Ransomwareby@valeryyy
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Using Immutable Storage to Protect Data Against Ransomware

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Nearly 37% of global organizations fell victim to ransomware in 2021, including one of the largest cyber insurance firms CNA Financial and computer giant Acer. In 10 years, ransomware costs are set to grow by 400 times, exceeding $250 billion. Immutable data storage “locks'' backup and any other data, ensuring that stored data and metadata can never be modified and deleted. Immutability goes hand in hand with the WORM (write once, read many) technology that allows storing data in an unchangeable format.

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