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The 7 Stages of a Ransomware Attack

June 24, 2021

What happens during a ransomware attack and why recovery is critical A ransomware attack isn’t a single event. It is a series of events designed to disrupt and disable systems and to force organizations to pay large sums to recover data and get back online. By walking through 7 distinct stages of a ransomware attack, […]

Read What the Industry Analysts Have to Say About Zerto

June 22, 2021

We have a lot to say, and we’re proud of it. In recent months, we have made several innovative strides with our Zerto Platform. While we have a strong heritage rooted in disaster recovery (DR), our growing recognition in the broader backup and data protection market has the biggest impact. This is due to our […]

Case Study: Zerto Dramatically Improves DR Outcomes for Large Insurance Company 

June 17, 2021

Saw a 97% reduction in RTOs and 99% reduction in RPOs  The pressure is on IT departments, which must recover critical data to minimize data loss and return their organizations to normal operations as quickly as possible. The Zerto platform, built on a continuous data protection (CDP) foundation, enables organizations to meet these requirements and […]

Application Consistency in Kubernetes

June 15, 2021

Gone are the days that a backup of a virtual machine is enough for backing up an entire application. Applications, especially modern, cloud-native applications, span across virtual machines, containers and cloud services. Backing up any one of those individual components is not enough to capture the entire application’s state. Instead, we need to capture all […]

Reducing the Costs of Downtime for Federal Agencies

June 1, 2021

The costs of outages at federal agencies exceed $1 million in about 60% of cases, according to a study by cybersecurity provider Infoblox. The costs are related to data loss, operational disruptions, lost user productivity, and mitigation. Expenses associated with mitigation can be especially high when downtime is caused by a cyber-attack that requires recovering […]

After Frustration, Baron Capital Gets a Disaster Recovery Win from Zerto

May 20, 2021

Guest Blog Post by Serge Kovarsky, Manager Systems Administrators, Baron Capital Investment firms like ours, Baron Capital, are intimately familiar with risk. And we really hate to take unnecessary risks, like disaster recovery (DR) solutions that don’t help us meet our SLAs. Baron Capital is an asset management firm that focuses on growth equity investment […]

The Colonial Pipeline Ransomware Attack: How to Beat Ransomware with a CDP Approach

May 12, 2021

This week the Colonial Pipeline, a 5,500 mile pipeline that supplies upwards of 45% of the gasoline delivered to the east coast of the United States, was brought to an unprecedented halt due to a ransomware attack. The attack is hitting home for many U.S. consumers and causing political reverberations reaching all the way to […]

Has COVID Changed How Organizations Look at their Data Protection Strategies?

May 11, 2021

New Insights from IDC Show that Companies are Modernizing their Backup and DR More than a year into the pandemic, COVID has certainly changed the way organizations do business. That is nothing new. But that’s just one of the challenges shifting the IT landscape faster than ever before. In this past year, ransomware and other […]

How Are Organizations Protecting Their Data in the Cloud?

May 6, 2021

A new study reveals key year-over-year trends in how IT organizations are capitalizing on cloud services as part of their data protection strategy. As organizations continue to adopt public cloud services for business-critical data, many users are confused about what these data protection solutions actually provide—leading to potential data loss and compliance risks. Additionally, on-premises […]

Protecting the Patchwork of SaaS

May 4, 2021

Marc Andreessen, co-founder and general partner of venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz said that software is eating the world in 2011. Now, 10 years later, we can safely say that while software may be eating the world, services are eating software. Software-as-a-Service (or SaaS for short) is the predominant way of delivering commodity, off-the-shelf applications. […]