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Protecting Data Against the Rising Tide of Ransomware

Ransomware attacks, however, are difficult to stop because they target the weakest leak in the IT security chain – users – most of whom work at branch offices and remote sites, said Saimon Michelson, field CTO at New York City-based CTERA.

Rather than storing files on local storage islands (NAS) at the edge, global file system (GFS) technology stores the authoritative copy of each file in a central location, either a private cloud or secure data center. Frequently used files are cached locally for fast access, while file changes are continuously replicated to the “gold copy” in the cloud.

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