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IBM implements FlashSystem storage system for data security

IBM has announced the new FlashSystem Storage Advance Security feature. This new FlashSystem storage, which works on All Flash Array technology, will protect companies from dangerous viruses and cyber attacks like ransomware. SafeGuarded Copy Automatically copies data into immutable snapshots that are securely isolated within the system and cannot be accessed or altered by unauthorized users.

In the event of a data leak, data breach, malicious activity or any other event that compromises the data, the company said in a statement. or interrupts operations, customers can recover their data from snapshots based on known points prior to the breach.

Dennis Kennelly, general manager of IBM Storage, said that resiliency to protect against ransomware and other types of malware requires a two-pronged approach, which includes automated protection and rapid retrieval.

That’s why we’re standardizing our advanced data protection software, SafeGuardedCopy, in our portfolio, bringing even more cyber resilience to IBM Flash systems. Cyber attacks are on the rise, but data can be protected and recovered when you’re ready.

With SafeGuarded Copy, storage administrators can schedule the automatic creation of logic point-in-time snapshots for scheduled intervals of their choice.

Customers can also take advantage of Secure Copy to restore and extract specific data from backup snapshots to diagnose production issues.
In addition, IBM announced that SecureCopy can now be integrated with IBM SecurityCuradar.

The company also announced plans to roll out the new IBM Storage as a Service offering, designed to give customers a fast and innovative way to integrate hybrid cloud storage into any datacenter environment. , thereby eliminating the need for upfront capital expenditure of system purchase.