Turn up the BaaS and combat RaaS!

Learn how you can use Backup-as-Service (BaaS) to effectively foil Ransomware attackers. Watch this webinar and take a deep dive into:

  • Understanding the concept of Ransomware-as-a-Service (RaaS)
  • How a data backup strategy can help counter and foil ransomware attackers
  • Why Backup-as-a-Service (BaaS) is the best option in the current security climate
  • Important considerations for a good BaaS solution

Speaker: Anand Prahlad, President and CEO, Parablu

More about the webinar:

A recent Crowdstrike report states that in 2021, the price of RaaS DIY kits started as low as $40 per month and the average ransom demand was $6 million. 

Ransomware attacks are on the rise and aren’t likely to go away anytime soon. Cybercriminals have smelled an easy target in the form of remote workers situated far away from corporate security controls and infrastructure.

This situation has become grimmer with the advent of Ransomware-as-a-Service (RaaS). This new development in the ransomware delivery model has taken the frequency and sophistication of ransomware threats to a whole new level.

The financial losses and potential damage to an organization’s reputation have caused businesses to take proactive measures, such as implementing a robust backup strategy. Backups are possibly the best way to defend against and foil ransomware attackers and modern Backup-as-a-Service (BaaS) solutions served out the cloud, in a fully managed & hosted model could be an enterprise’s best bet in the current situation.

Join us in this webinar and we will take a deep dive into:

  • Understanding the concept of Ransomware-as-a-Service (RaaS) 
  • How a data backup strategy can help counter and foil ransomware attackers
  • Why Backup-as-a-Service (BaaS) is the best option in the current security climate
  • Important considerations for a good BaaS solution
  • About the speaker:

     

    Anand Prahlad

    Anand Prahlad

    CEO & President, Parablu

    Anand has over 25 years of experience building enterprise software solutions and has a unique mix of security and storage DNA. He was previously Head of McAfee’s R&D Center in India and served as Managing Director while also leading Engineering for all of McAfee’s Data Center product engineering teams as Vice President. Previously, as SVP of Worldwide Product Development at Commvault, he was part of the management team that led Commvault to a successful public offering.  Anand also claims several patents relating to storage and data management.

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