Backups are your last line of defense. Don't let them get infected by ransomware!
CryptoSafeGuard makes sure if ransomware infects your system, your backups are not compromised. It makes sure they are kept clean and safe for data recovery.
What is Ransomware?
Ransomware is a type of malicious malware. Once your system is infected, it denies you access to your files and apps until you pay the ransom.
Ransomware is a serious threat to all businesses worldwide, no matter the size.
In 2015, ransomware attacks were just at 3.8 million. One year later, this number skyrocketed to over 638 million.*
Many businesses hit by ransomware have been forced to close down. But ransomware has one big weakness.
If you've got clean backups, you can wipe the infected system and restore your data,
all without paying ransom!
But ransomware is smart. It knows backups are it's weakness.
So it looks for ways to encrypt your backups so that you can't use them.
That's where CryptoSafeGuard comes in - actively protecting your backups from ransomware infection.
* 2017 SonicWall Annual Threat Report
What CryptoSafeGuard Does
CryptoSafeGuard protects your backups from ransomware by stopping infected files from being backed up and prevents your backups from being encrypted
Contains features designed to stop ransomware from compromising your backups.
Scans and detects the effects of ransomware activities in source files intended for backup.
Immediately alerts you upon detection via SMS and E-mail, and blocks all backup jobs from running.
How Do I Get CryptoSafeGuard?
CryptoSafeGuard is part of our BackupCare service, along with
priority IT Support and free product updates.
You must also have a purchased version of BackupAssist.
However, you can try both CryptoSafeGuard and BackupAssist
out for free as part of our fully featured, 30-day trial.