The security landscape is ever-changing, and here at Druva, we make sure that we are always steps (not just one) ahead of the attackers. Last October, we introduced a $10M Data Resilience Guarantee — Total Coverage and Zero Compromise, one that highlights the confidence we at Druva have in our products to ensure your data is safe no matter what the threat is.
Previously, attackers used to target just production servers, but with the emergence of Data Protection companies, the attackers know that there are backup systems that would defeat the attacker’s purpose. Hence in the last few years, we have seen more and more cases of attackers trying to gain access to backup systems and delete those precious backup copies.
At Druva, we provide multiple layers of protection to make sure your backup tenant is safe. We have various platform security features such as Multi-factor Authentication using App-based Authentication and SMS, Single Sign-on capabilities, Security Event Monitoring, Geofencing, and Mandatory Strong Password Policy to keep your backup data safe and secure from unauthorized access.
As per the 2023 Insider Threat Report Cybersecurity Insiders Report, the number of incidents of insider threats is increasing significantly year over year - 74% of companies are moderately vulnerable to insider threats. Privilege misuse i.e. admin going rogue is listed among the top reasons in Verizon’s 2022 Data Breach Investigations Report. After all, the admin has all the credentials to pass the various layers of authentication. In any other backup vendor’s system, the rogue administrator might go and delete all the backups, thus erasing all the backup data. But here at Druva (only at Druva), we ensure even such cases are covered and that your backup data is safe no matter what the attack is.
Now let’s talk about the feature that makes this happen — Rollback Actions.