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Arcserve introduces multi-petabyte appliances for the market’s only means to secure Big Data from cyberattacks

Arcserve introduces multi-petabyte appliances for the market’s only means to secure Big Data from cyberattacks

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Arcserve, an experienced data and ransomware protection provider, has unveiled Arcserve X Series Appliances Secured by Sophos, the first self-contained solutions with integrated cyber and data protection for enterprise data volumes. The new appliances uniquely combine Deep Learning endpoint protection and on- and off-site Disaster Recovery with over 3PBs of effective capacity in one unit and linear expansion to increase capacity as needed.

According to the recently released Sophos 2021 Threat Report, organisations are hard-pressed to predict the evolution of cyberthreats because ransomware gangs are constantly devising new tactics to hold critical data hostage and solicit ransom payments. For that reason, enterprises must take a proactive approach through an integrated first and last line of defence that offers ransomware prevention, detection and removal, and if needed, automated restore to on-site and cloud targets.

“Most practitioners in the IT community understand the extreme wreckage ransomware often leaves in its wake,” said Phil Goodwin, Research Director, IDC. “Integrating cybersecurity and data protection as a co-ordinated deployment is critical, of which Arcserve has staked its position at the forefront of this market. The new X Series Appliances expand these integrated technologies and are designed to create a robust system scalable for enterprise data centres.”  

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