Mumbai: With Pure Storage data protection portfolio, the storage company said it enables organisations to close the security gap, particularly ransomware. The company is weighing on backup and recovery to build a meaningful comprehensive data protection strategy.
Ransomware attacks are becoming increasingly common in today’s digital world, presenting a frequent and expensive risk to businesses everywhere.
In fact, Cybersecurity Ventures predicts that the global damage caused by ransomware could cost up to $265 billion by 2031. While organisations have recognised the risks, there’s still a gap in understanding where current security measures are today, and where they should be.
With Pure Storage data protection portfolio that includes Pure SafeMode on FlashArray and FlashBlade and Portworx PX-Backup, Pure helps organisations close this security gap. It is enabling global businesses to safeguard their data against loss, corruption, and growing cybersecurity threats.
“Implementing a meaningful data protection strategy, taking a before, during, and after approach to planning, is vital to running a successful business today,” said Dr Ratinder Paul Singh Ahuja, CTO, Security, Pure Storage.
“While having the proper precautions in place to prevent an attack is essential, it’s equally as critical that organisations plan for recovery,” added Dr Ahuja.
“Pure’s solutions are uniquely positioned to help customers rapidly restore data, at scale, in order to avoid business continuity disruptions and negative financial impact,” commented Dr Ahuja.
By leveraging Pure Storage data protection solutions, global customers are able to truly secure their data and take advantage of a comprehensive data protection strategy.
“At the speed, we work, we need peace of mind that our data is safe and downtime is limited in the event of a breach,” said Erle Metcalf, Principal ICT, ConsMin Australia.
“Pure Storage SafeMode helps to increase our credibility and capability in securing all patient data and become a trusted healthcare provider in Indonesia,” said Wirya Martin, IT Infrastructure & Security Manager, Rumah Sakit Pondok Indah.