Data Protection Software

Proven solutions to quickly analyze, protect, respond and recover from adverse cyber events.

By JULIO (Juls) HERNANDEZ posted Thu February 11, 2021 11:34 PM

  

The World Economic Forum’s (WEF) 2020 Global Risks Report rated cyberattacks as one of the top risks to human welfare.  Organizations affected by cyberattacks run the risk of having their normal business operations disrupted, as well as losing valuable data, customers and reputation within their industry.

As a way to prevent the adverse impact of cyber-attacks, IBM Storage and IBM Security have developed two high-value solutions to increase the speed of threat analysis and prioritize risks and vulnerabilities in a simple and automated way, ensuring end-to-end business resilience across the Storage infrastructure to rapidly respond, recover and resume core operations from disruptions and to mitigate the business impacts of adverse incidents in hybrid cloud environments. 

In the first place, we have:

Modern business resilience from IBM Storage 

Where you can discover how IBM Spectrum Protect Plus and IBM Cloud Object Storage can be combined with IBM FlashSystem to create powerful business resilience solutions

https://www.ibm.com/downloads/cas/OOVZW5ZE

 

Secondly:

Accelerating threat detection

Where is explained how IBM FlashSystem and IBM QRadar can be combined to enhance threat detection while increasing flexibility and cost-efficiency

https://www.ibm.com/downloads/cas/5WXQDA0Y



Only IBM Storage for cyber resiliency provides end-to-end solutions that can efficiently prevent, detect, and respond to cyberattacks as a result of a deep integration between innovative technology and a comprehensive portfolio of software and hardware offerings. By providing multi-layered security and high resilient functionality, this portfolio can maximize the data protection capabilities to help organizations significantly reduce the risk of business disruption and financial losses due to user errors, malicious destruction, or ransomware attacks.

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