Storage and backup are some of an organization’s most important assets in protecting itself from ransomware attacks, yet they are the only layers of IT not covered by traditional vulnerability management tools.
This is alarming given the fact that, unlike an attack on individual endpoints or servers, which can cause problems, an attack that targets storage systems can be truly devastating.
A compromise of a single storage array can bring down thousands of servers – and wipe out petabytes of data, a frightening prospect given the rise in ransomware attacks over the past three years that target corporate data.
Continuity created StorageGuard to fill this major gap.
The product continuously scans data storage, storage management and backup systems for vulnerabilities and misconfigurations. It then automatically prioritizes and remediates the most urgent security risks, giving organizations the peace of mind that their data is secure.