Why Do I Need Air-Gapped Backups?

Remember when you only needed to back up your data to tape once a day? Long gone are those days. As businesses must run at Mach speed to compete in a world driven by digital transformation, most companies have evolved their backups to higher speed media and introduced a disaster recovery (DR) strategy to decrease their recovery point objective (RPO). But with today’s complexity, even your DR strategy might not be enough to protect from continuous new threats, as ransomware is getting smarter at disabling your defenses before an attack. In this session, Todd will discuss the foundational roles of backup and DR, but then explore why a third level of protection (air-gapped backups) is now a must in today’s modern enterprise.

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