Every week the news on ransomware attacks gets worse.
When you’re up against an organized, well-resourced attacker, you need to think again about how you defend against attacks. But when you don’t know the blast radius of an attack, whether sensitive data is affected, and how long it may take to recover, often the only option is to pay up.
Rubrik argues that the best defense is zero trust, employing security at the point of data. But how do you employ zero trust, and how do you put in place an architecture that means your backups truly are immutable?
Join Rubrik’s David Siles to learn:
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