Active Intelligence for Storage

We solve the complex problems with personally-identifiable information (PII) compliance and ransomware.

What Processes do you have in place for...

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PII Compliance

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?
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Ransomware

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?

Learn how to protect your business against an inevitable ransomware breach. Download our Definitive IT Guide to Ransomware and get started today.

Get Active Intelligence for Your Storage

Malicious attacks, infrastructure failures, or even simple human error can can compromise data and systems. With ioFABRIC, your data is protected by a multipronged approach to data security and data integrity.

PII Compliance

ioFABRIC solves PII regulatory requirements by addressing both Right of Access and Right to Erasure for secondary storage.

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.

Ransomware-Proof

ioFABRIC verifies your backups are clean, complete, and bootable.

ioFABRIC encrypts your backups and makes them immutable, preventing ransomware from tampering. It also identifies threats by scanning your backups for ransomware.

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT ioFABRIC

I can shut down my computer and not worry about doing a backup every evening.  I didn’t have too many expectations before it was installed but now I just enjoy the whole thing.  I would definitely recommend it to anybody.

Delivered at 11:11 and setup by 11:19. That includes unpacking, reading the instructions, going to the basement, finding an available power socket and ethernet cable, going up to the second floor, and registering the device from my iPhone.

Book a Demo

Book some time with one of our specialists to see how simple it is to become privacy-compliant and protect your data.

Confirm that the backups have been ransomware scanned and verified bootable

Review the last month's worth of reports to see detailed information on the integrity of your backups and data

See how easy it is to search backups and files (zip and tar) for specific keywords or information to comply with Right of Access

The Latest from ioFABRIC

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How to Solve the Problem of Ransomware in a GDPR World

By Lori Steuart | June 18, 2018

Lately we have been engaging in a very concerted educational effort in two very important areas: ransomware and GDPR. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), of course, covers protection and privacy of personal data of EU citizens. Ransomware, of course,…

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What Different Industries Need to Do to Defend Against Ransomware

By Deborah Lamb | June 12, 2018

Several recent articles have identified the industries most frequently hit by ransomware attacks. If you work in one of these fields, you might need to be extra vigilant about protecting data and making sure it is replicated, accessible and immutable.…

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Case Study: Ransomware Attack Costs Business $1 Million+

By Deborah Lamb | June 5, 2018

Recently, a mid-size manufacturing company (that has asked to remain nameless, for obvious reasons) was hit with a ransomware attack that cost them more than a million dollars – but the good news is it will never happen again, thanks…

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