Ransomware

Ransomware

The data center as we know it is disappearing, and forward-thinking organizations are not only embracing this new reality – they are capitalizing on it. Cisco is leading the way in the race to “Data Center Anywhere,” and this is the focus of the message Cisco’s leadership will share at Commvault GO on Oct. 14-16 in Denver.

By Nigel Tozer Any fan of Game of Thrones (GoT) will tell you that it’s a dark-ages-styled drama, presented more as history than fantasy, and a significant topping of back-stabbing politics for greed and power, with a strong undercurrent of sword and sorcery. It’s pure escapism, which couldn’t possibly have relevance to our digital age, […]

By Jeanna James It’s hard to believe that just a couple of weeks ago, I was feeding 20 people Thanksgiving turkey, cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes and pecan pie.  After so much to be thankful for with family and friends, I hopped on a plane to Las Vegas and found myself with 55,000 fellow […]

By Commvault Commvault GO is less than two weeks away and we’re ready to show our customers, partners and colleagues how Commvault can help them better manage and protect health data across their enterprise through a successful digital transformation. Whether you’re attending Commvault GO 2018 for networking, education or technology inspiration, the healthcare program at the conference provides healthcare IT […]

By Lance Shaw Everywhere you turn, you hear about how important data is to your business. No one knows your business as well as you do – and what you do with that data to keep things running smoothly.  No matter the industry you are in, information that is quickly available while being properly managed […]

By Cathy Conroy As Commvault kicks off its presence at Cisco Live in Orlando, Fla., we are pleased to announce that we’ve expanded our support for solutions in the Cisco Data Center Infrastructure portfolio with the qualification of the Commvault® Data Platform deployment on ScaleProtect™ with Cisco UCS® for enterprise data protection of applications and data running on Cisco® Integrated […]

By Commvault We’ve been having many conversations lately with colleagues across the industry and there is a common theme we keep hearing when decisions are being made around choosing solutions to problems. They say, “We chose this solution because it’s ‘good enough.’” When did “good enough” become the key criteria to making decisions in business? […]

By Commvault When it comes to data protection for your EHR, “good enough” is not good enough. Natural disasters and infrastructure failures have always been a threat. But with 96 percent of healthcare IT professionals predicting that ransomware/malware attacks will increase over the next two years, providers should no longer plan for “if” the need […]

By Matthew Magbee If you, like me, are responsible for disaster recovery and business continuity at a global healthcare organization, there are few things you dread more than a successful ransomware attack. The recent WannaCry offensive, which affected healthcare in the UK, demonstrated that. If your disaster recovery plan or data management platform are not up to […]

By Patrick McGrath This blog continues the discussion of the connection between ransomware breaches and data privacy. Concerns about ransomware extend beyond backup and recovering access to the lost files.A ransom request could be evidence of a theft of personal data that provides significant exposure to privacy regulations such as upcoming provisions within the EU’s GDPR. GDPR would require […]

By Kalyani Kallakuri Are you at the precipice of defeat when it comes to the thought of ransomware? Does the chaos that will likely ensue after a ransomware attack keep you away from your core business focus? At Commvault, we – on the heels of an extensive ransomware attack that affected more than 75,000 systems in 150-plus […]

By Gregg Ogden We’ve all heard the warnings from industry gurus about the potential threat of ransomware, but for multiple reasons most of the warnings went unheeded. Perhaps it was denial that it could happen, or at least happen to you – or maybe the constant chatter of threats had numbed your senses to the […]