With Druva, retrieving email for fraud cases takes about 10 minutes, compared to the three-week period Josh previously faced. “I had an instance where we needed to retrieve email to and from two individuals over a one-year period. I had to manually collate Exchange data from three separate systems, build the audit trail, and look at timestamps. Now that we have Druva, all that is automated and I can build an entire fraud case in 10 minutes if I need to, which is 99.9% faster than before,” said Josh.
Before Druva, Josh was hesitant to introduce Microsoft SharePoint, Teams, and OneDrive to employees. Now, he’s ready to move forward as this cloud-native data protection solution delivers consistent data retention for Microsoft 365 and automatically restores data to original locations.
“I have the confidence with Druva to roll out the rest of the Microsoft 365 suite to our users. I know the data will be protected against ransomware and be quickly recoverable should a security event occur,” Josh said.
For Microsoft 365, Josh now has what the bank needs to ensure compliance with regulations like the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act for consumer financial privacy (GLBA), and payment card industry data security standard (PCI DSS). Druva also helps the bank meet the CIA (confidentiality, integrity, and availability) Triad for security policy development. In addition, it locates information in record time.
“I’ve got a fully compliant, cloud-native, data protection solution that proactively notifies my VP of IT and myself via email. I check it monthly and then move on with my day. How easy is that?”
“I now have more capacity to make life easier for the bank’s customers,” Josh said. This provides a distinct advantage for the company to stay relevant in the digital era. “When COVID hit, it was obvious that digital banking services are no longer a convenience – they are a requirement,” Josh said. That’s why he plans to bring more of the bank’s products into the cloud.