Category: Veeam

[PODCAST] Veeam User Group France #1

Hi! Thank you for coming in a great number 3 weeks ago to Veeam User Group France #1 event focused on Backup Architectures secure by design and Security. I had the opportunity to participate in a live podcast in French with Yoann Castillo (Team Lead Systems Engineering @Veeam), and Eric Machabert (CISO & CTO @Maincare …

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Veeam is not affected by Log4J vulnerability

Apache isn’t used by any Veeam product, however, the Veeam security team realized an investigation. Veeam products are not affected by this vulnerability (KB 4254). Basically, Apache Logs4J is not in use by any Veeam products. I’ll cross-post any important updates but you can see the thread yourself here.

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Conti initiates their attacks on Backup

Cyber groups (cartels) specifically target backup solutions in order to ensure that the victim has no other option except for paying the ransom. Conti group is particularly methodical in developing and implementing backup removal techniques (on-premise and cloud). The full analysis is available here (thanks to ADV INTEL) and is based on their actual proactive …

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Backup with Trusted Repository Storage

Backup with trusted repository storage is essential (secure, reliable and efficient). Here’s a fresh example of data loss issues Veeam is seeing in support (Anton Gostev’s Weekly Word) from users who chose “low-end” NAS as their backup storage. What makes this one worth highlighting here is the usage of NFS protocol, which removes all those …

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LTO9 and Air Gap with Quantum Active Vault

LTO-9 is now generally available, increasing native media capacity to 18TB and bringing 400 MB/s transfer rates. Aside from increased density this technology apparently improves reliability: BaFe (Barium Ferrite) LTO-9 tapes are rated to maintain stable magnetic characteristics for over 50 years. How the latest innovations in LTO technology are addressing today’s most pressing data …

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