Cloudian is the most widely deployed independent provider of object storage. With a native S3 API, we bring the limitless scalability, flexibility and management efficiency of public cloud storage into your data center while providing ransomware protection and reducing TCO by 60% or more compared to traditional SAN/NAS and public cloud.

The geo-distributed architecture lets you put data wherever it’s needed – on-premises, in the public cloud or both – and manage it all seamlessly from one screen.

Cloudian offers disk-based and flash-optimized object storage that can be deployed as a software-only solution or pre-configured appliance, supporting both conventional and container-based applications.


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Cloudian On-Prem S3-Compatible Storage for Immutable Backups

Data backup is the best way to protect yourself against Ransomware. If you have a clean backup of your data when ransomware strikes, and are able to prevent ransomware from reaching the backup and encrypting it too, you have a safe and easy way to recover without paying the ransom.

Follow these best practices to protect your backups against ransomware:

Maintain an offline backup – keep a secondary offline backup copy. When ransomware strikes, the malware can attack anything that the infected system has access to.

Use immutable storage – also known as WORM (Write-Once-Read-Many), immutable object storage can store data in a bucket and lock it to prevent further modification. Immutable storage ensures backups remain unchanged.

Endpoint protection on backup servers – modern endpoint protection platforms are able to detect ransomware processes as they begin infecting a system, by recognizing their abnormal behavior. They can immediately lock down the infected systems and isolate them from the network to prevent ransomware from spreading.

Increase backup frequency – see how often you are backing up your own data, which determines your recovery point objective (RPO). Backup frequency will determine how much data can be lost in a ransomware assault.

Forrester analysts write:

“Implementing an immutable file system with underlying WORM storage will make the system watertight from a ransomware protection perspective.”

Other protection techniques can be compromised. Learn how you can give your users ransomware protection that’s safe and secure.

Ransomware Protection Buyer’s Guide

A new ransomware attack occurs three times every minute.

Victimized organizations pay a steep price for these attacks, suffering business downtime, data loss, and lost revenue.

Don’t let your company be next. Download our guide to understand ransomware threats and what you can do to protect your organization.

Key topics include:

  • The 4 most common types of ransomware attacks
  • Urgent steps you can take today
  • Dangerous myths about ransomware
  • 3 ways cyber insurance can hurt you

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