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VergeIO has introduced IOfortify, a new solution for ransomware protection. This combines robust security; unlimited, unchangeable clones; and rapid, complete recovery to ‘fortify data integrity and provide users with true peace of mind’.

IOfortify ‘offers the pinnacle of security with the VergeOS hardened operating system that is designed to withstand the most sophisticated ransomware threats’ says VergeIO. VergeOS ‘eliminates vulnerabilities through a hardened protection foundation that ensures data remains safe and ensures complete recovery of any infected virtual machines’.

Combining this data resilience with unlimited and unchangeable, space-efficient clones allows users to roll back to an earlier version of their data architecture to ensure business-critical information remains safe and secure from unwanted changes. Creating a set of space-saving copies takes milliseconds and allows the preservation of an unaffected infrastructure and VM state at any given time as a failsafe to any attempted ransomware attacks.

Recovery is crucial if malicious software is deployed. IOfortify provides quick and thorough restoration of systems, applications, and files. Because of its ability to speed-up the restoration process, IOfortify enables organizations to get back on track ‘in a matter of moments, reducing downtime and ensuring business continuity with exceptional efficiency’ says VergeIO.

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