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Druva introduces ‘curated recovery technology’ for accelerated ransomware recovery

Druva Inc. has introduced what it says is the industry’s first and only curated recovery technology, leveraging intelligent automation, for accelerated ransomware recovery. Adding to Druva’s Accelerated Ransomware Recovery module, Druva Curated Recovery mitigates the impact of a ransomware attack, building an uncorrupted, unencrypted and malware-free recovery point to ensure a successful recovery before one is ever initiated.

Traditional recovery from cyber attacks requires identifying a single point in time prior to the infection. However, because ransomware often enters a system months before it is detected, administrators are often forced to manually search for the most recent, unaffected versions of individual files or data sets. Now, by reviewing a comprehensive set of recovery points, Druva Curated Recovery can help identify the latest clean version of each file through recent changes, replacing a weeks-long, resource-intensive process with a ‘radically simplified recovery workflow’. Using Druva’s intelligent automation platform, IT teams can ‘easily find the most recent clean version of all their data and return operations to normal faster’.

In addition to Druva’s Accelerated Ransomware Recovery, the Druva Cloud Platform offers a built-in security framework and multi-layer approach which is designed to be resilient against ransomware.

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