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Ctera CEO: Cyber-resilient Storage Key As Security ‘Not Good Enough’

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Storage vendors led by Cohesity and Rubrik have over the last couple years moved to add ransomware protection to nearly all their primary and secondary storage technology, whether hardware-based or software-based. The move is driven by concerns that ransomware, driven in part by users accidently allowing ransomware to enter their data undetected, will get past other security measures and remain hidden until it eventually attacks the data.

Oded Nagel, who this March became CEO of Ctera, a New York-based provider of edge-to-cloud global file services, told CRN that the storage industry is moving to adopt ransomware protection because traditional recovery from data snapshots no longer works when customers have millions or billions of files subject to attack.

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