Data management specialist Cohesity is launching a new data isolation and recovery tool called Fort Knox, in an attempt to help customers protect their data from ransomware attacks.

FortKnox provides an extra layer of off-site protection for customers by storing data in a secure vault with physical separation, network and management isolation to protect participants in the threat of access to sensitive data.

Locking a site requires a minimum of two or more people to approve critical actions, such as changes in vault policy, and access can be managed through detailed role-based access control, multi-factor authentication, and in-flight encryption. and at rest.

Cohesity says it has built-in intelligent anomaly detection to identify ransomware attacks, warning administrators in a timely manner to take the necessary action to minimize the impact. In the event of a ransomware attack, FortKnox can quickly identify a clean copy of the data and restore it to the desired location, locally or in the cloud.

Providing on-site data isolation with this SaaS offering is another way to help customers combat increasingly complex attacks and speed up recovery, while allowing SecOps and compliance teams to sleep better. at night, “said Brian Spanswick, Cohesity’s chief information officer. .

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