What is the number one worry we hear about from customers? Ransomware.
Businesses are projected to have paid out $20B in 2021, a 100% Y-o-Y increase for the last four years, and it’s only going to get worse with new business models like RaaS: ransomware-as-a-service.
Retrospect Backup uses Object Lock to create Immutable Backups. These backups are locked for a specific amount of time. Users can set a retention period for backups stored on supporting cloud platforms. Within this immutable retention period, backups cannot be deleted by any user, even if ransomware or a malicious actor acquires the root credentials.
Retrospect Backup’s ransomware protection is certified with Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure Blob Storage, Google Cloud Storage, Wasabi, Backblaze B2, and MinIO.
Spotlight: Forever-Incremental Backup
Retrospect Backup’s goal is to protect your entire environment quickly and securely, while utilizing as little storage as possible. The core engine uses a unique forever-incremental file-based backup technology allowing protection of individual files and folders as well as full systems. Forever-incremental backup technology and de-duplication allows you to only back up only needed files and system changes since the previous backup, minimizing backup time and storage costs.