Ransomware attacks can be devastating. It is crucial to protect your data. Commvault monitors client computers for unusual activity and alerts users with details.
You can also protect the mount path from external processes, thus protecting your backed-up data. Commvault offers several methods to protect your data.
Storing data in offline storage
It is recommended that data be kept in secondary storage such as tape, Hyperscale appliance, or cloud storage. These media are useful for storing ransomware protection mode data, which is difficult to access by Ransomware attacks.
- The Command Center cannot be used to configure Ransomware protection. You cannot configure Ransomware protection using the Command Center. However, you can view the File Activity Nomaly Report through the Command Center. Or you can use the Enable Ransomware Protection App to turn on and monitor ransomware protection features within the CommCell console. For more information, visit Enable Ransomware protection.
- To use this feature, you must have the File System Core package installed on your client’s computer.
- Ransomware protection can be configured in your CommCell environment to protect restore-only clients. If you only want to use the client to restore backup data, a restore-only client can be installed on a computer.