To realise ransomware, you should know the concept of backup

To realise ransomware, you should know the concept of backup Faced with the threat of encrypted ransomware, both companies and individuals have a headache. If you accidentally get recruited, you may not be able to save important company documents, transaction records, project data, and even precious photos and videos of friends and family.  How to protect data from encryption ransomware is something that many users are very concerned about. In particular, it is the responsibility of IT managers to ensure that the work of file backup is reliable. Pay attention to data backup, the most basic and important first thing should be to ensure that when the company’s important data is encrypted by ransomware, the company can also restore the encrypted files by restoring the backup data. This is the most important thing. Simple and practical approach. However, the backup method requires special attention. How to backup safely is the key point, whether it is daily backup, weekly backup, or monthly backup, but also offline backup and remote backup to reduce the loss of important files encrypted by ransomware. In order to make the backup more centralized, some small companies require their employees to store all important data on the file server to simplify the backup work.So, how to continue the protection work?   >Back up data regularly: and verify the integrity of these backups>Safe backup: make sure these backups are not connected to the computer or network   1. Back up data regularly:Use a series of regular execution schedules to back up multiple copies of the core system and important data; and regularly perform disaster recovery verification to ensure that system services and data can be restored normally.   2. Safe backup:Recently, major backup vendors have popularized Write once read many (English: Write once read many) referred to as WORM for short.What is WORM? You can imagine the storage methods of CD-R and DVD-R.The current WORM Storage uses an ISO 9660-based file system, which allows additional files or even revisions of files with the same name to be recorded in different areas of the disk.   For example: in the Flex all-in-one machine, the NetBackup WORM (Write Once Read Many) storage server provides a secure, container-based MSDP solution. Flex all-in-one machines provide enterprise-level and compliance locking modes, and users can choose the appropriate anti-tampering strength.   In addition, NetBackup and Flex all-in-one machines have completed the third-party tamper-proof evaluation certification of Cohasset Associates. Cohasset Associates is an industry-recognized tamper-proof control evaluation agency, involving compliance rules including SEC Rule 17a-4(f), FINRA Rule 4511(c) ) And CFTC Rule, etc. Flex 2.0 provides a variety of security features, including:1. Enhanced operating system security, including security-enhanced Linux (SELinux).2. Intrusion Detection System (IDS)/Intrusion Prevention System (IPS).3. Powerful role-based verification.4. Lock the storage array.   Chosen direction Although WORM Storage guarantees the security of backup data through various security features, the user's budget may not be sufficient. At this time, how can the user choose?   1. The remote copy is an offline device; such as tape, external hard drive, cloud space, or 2 NAS in rotation.2. Improve the backup network; separate the backup system from the corporate network and reduce malware threats3. Implement standard operating procedures; allow users to operate in accordance with SOPs to reduce information security risks and vulnerabilities.   It's time to re-examine your backup system. Backup is the key to an organization's recovery. In order to ensure that users’ critical and most important asset data and IT infrastructure are protected from attacks, GATI focuses on backup integrity and is the guardian of data and systems, helping users to keep important files safe and free from malicious intruders.