Are You Protected From Ransomware?

Data security has become increasingly important, especially when it comes to protecting our sensitive information from the growing threat of ransomware attacks. One proactive solution to ensure your data remains safe and secure is utilizing encrypted offline backup solutions. By storing your data offline, away from the reach of hackers, you significantly reduce the risk of falling victim to ransomware attacks. With encryption, your data is scrambled and can only be accessed with a unique key, providing an extra layer of security. Moreover, offline backups are immune to malware that can encrypt your files, allowing you to restore your data without paying any ransom. Embracing encrypted offline backup solutions is a crucial step towards safeguarding your data and maintaining control over your information in the face of ransomware threats.

SecureData Gives You Options Against Ransomware

Ransomware poses one of the greatest threats to government agencies, organizations, and businesses globally. It weaponizes the sensitive personal or proprietary information that these entities regularly store and leverages it for the purposes of extortion. Information is a company’s most valuable asset, and protecting it requires careful preparation and constant vigilance.

The U.S. government’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has given specific guidelines for protection against ransomware attacks. Among its key recommendations are the use of offline encrypted backups and hardware-encrypted portable storage devices.

For more than a decade, SecureData has driven innovation in FIPS 140-2 Level 3 hardware-encrypted storage. Our award-winning line of SecureDrive® BT and SecureDrive® KP drives gives your data the highest level of protection against unauthorized access.

SecureDrive’s BT line when combined with our Remote Management Console gives you a complete solution to managed security. The Remote Management Console allows IT administrators to control who, when and where your data is accessed.

Additionally, when it comes to protecting the most sensitive regulated or proprietary information, you need a comprehensive plan that also addresses endpoint security. That’s why SecureData developed SecureGuard® USB (by ClevX®). Accessed within our Remote Management (RM) Console, SecureGuard® prevents the spread of malware by limiting computer access to only authorized USB devices.

Managing Endpoint Security with SecureGuard USB

Ransomware can easily spread across computer networks when an infected USB drive is connected. With SecureGuard USB, administrators can limit the use of external drives only to those that have been authorized. Any device not whitelisted for use will disable the computer it is plugged into until the device is removed. SecureGuard USB works within the Remote Management Console to give even greater control of sensitive data and endpoint security.

Ransomware attacks are common, but they aren’t inevitable. Call us at 424-363-8535 to discuss how our comprehensive data security solutions can help keep you safe from ransomware attacks.

How SecureData can help

Data security has become a critical concern for organizations of all sizes. Cybercrime is on the rise, and it can pose a significant threat to your organization's sensitive information and financial well-being. However, protecting your business against these attacks doesn't have to be a daunting task, even if you are a small business with limited resources. We make it easy with the SecureData security solutions:

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