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Not sure? Don’t know? Well, listen up! Hackers are again way ahead of the game as they have already found a way to plant malware into your data and keep it dormant for months! It waits until you think your backups are safe and then when you least expect it, the malware is activated. Boom!

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Backup software is now the second most favourite attack vector from ransomware and malware after operating systems. Asigra has taken a strong stance on security, making sure that ransomware cannot come in and out of the repository, avoiding the attack-loop.

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Asigra's integrated backup appliance combines its Cloud Backup Evolved V14 antiransomware software with iXsystems' TrueNAS hardware featuring the OpenZFS file system.


Veteran data protection vendor Asigra beat out new and older competition with its Cloud Backup Evolved product, highlighted by its ability to shield backups from ransomware.


The Unlimited Use Subscription License bases a service provider's licensing costs on historical usage, Farajun said. The total cost of the service provider's licenses are determined up front for the next three years so that as partners grow their subscription base, they know they will not be paying extra for the new licenses.


For MSPs, VARs, CSPs and other IT service providers supporting the data-protection requirements of their customers, Asigra’s technology offers the only cloud-based backup solution to address this challenge and ensure a viable recovery.


The updated Asigra backup software, Cloud Backup 14, has embedded malware engines in the backup and recovery stream to prevent ransomware from getting into backups, Asigra executive vice president Eran Farajun said.


Asigra has announced a new version of its software that addresses the risks posed by ransomware and non-compliance with Article 17 of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).


Asigra atest cloud backup software release defends against ransomware Attack-Loops, cryptojacking and other emerging threats, the company claims.