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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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.
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.
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.
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