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Be ready for cyber attacks with data that is always safe, always ready.

Cyber attack recovery simplified and stress-free

Druva’s cyber resilience solutions keep your backup data safe, help you prepare for cyber attacks, and automate the process of recovering your data.

Security and high availability

Protection for modern

Block both external and insider threats to back-up data with a SaaS platform that is always secure, up to date, and monitored 24/7.

Reduce total data protection costs

Readiness with global intelligence

Get a centralized view of your data security posture, anomalies and risks, powered by unique insights into local and global security trends.

Cloud-native data protection for the all-cloud world

Accelerated recovery with automation

Point-in-time snapshot recovery isn’t enough. Accelerate your recovery playbook with built-in automations and deep integrations with security tools.

advanced threat hunting

Advanced threat hunting

Search across the full backup environment. Locate and quarantine to prevent reinfection. Destroy threats with defensible deletion.

“Once we understood how much Druva invests in security, we were convinced. With Druva, we have complete peace of mind that our data is safe from ransomware.”

Chris Fung Sr. IT Manager

Cyber resilience FAQ

Cyber resilience refers to an organization’s ability to continue business operations despite a cybersecurity or data loss incident. Data loss and downtime aren't limited to cybercrime and ransomware. Sometimes the cause might be an automatic command issued during maintenance, human error, or a natural disaster. No matter the cause, a cyber resilient organization can effectively mitigate any disruption with an ecosystem of business resiliency solutions.

Cyber security, in general, refers to a company’s ability to protect against and avoid attacks from ransomware, malware, or other threats from an external bad actor. On the other hand, cyber resilience refers to the company’s ability to mitigate damage and get mission-critical systems up and running quickly following a breach. Cyber resilience can refer to both external threats, such as hackers and ransomware, as well as internal threats like accidental deletion.

Prioritizing cyber resilience helps your organization in numerous ways:

  • Maintaining business continuity: Being prepared for threats ensures that you protect your business from unnecessary interruptions, and get things back on track with minimal downtime.
  • Keeping customer data safe: Failure to keep customer data safe  can trigger fines, litigations, and diminished customer confidence in your business.
  • Adhering to data protection and compliance regulations:  Cyber resilience helps ensure your organization remains compliant with data management regulations such as GDPR, CCPA, HIPAA and others.
  • Gaining customer trust: A robust cyber resilience framework will help to build customer trust that you have safety measures in place and are vigilant in protecting their data at all times.

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