What Processes do you have in place for...
How do your processes delete PII ‘right-to-be-forgotten’ requests from your image backups...
- without corrupting those backups?
- in a 'timely manner' of 30 days or less?
- without costing you several arms or legs?
What processes do you have to prevent ransomware from deleting your backups...
- without increasing your storage consumption?
- while still maintaining the fast recoveries (RTO) that you need today?
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Through a toolchain including index, search, erasure, and an audit of data and changes to that data, ioFABRIC enables you to respond quickly to Right of Access and Right to Erasure requests.
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