Commvault Adds Intelligent Data Services Features to Fortify Ransomware Security
Enhanced cloud integration supports new security capabilities.
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Commvault, a recognized global enterprise leader in intelligent data services across on-premises, cloud, and software-as-a-service (SaaS) environments, has release Feature Release 11.26. These enhancements to Intelligent Data Services help to harden infrastructure against attack and improve recoverability, continuing Commvault’s commitment to mitigating cyber threats—including ransomware—in any infrastructure, even across multiple clouds.
The new enhancements include:
- Hardware-based security tokens, along with common access card support, help to strengthen customers’ security posture
- Highly secure cloud authentication methods, including the AWS Key Management System (KMS) and Azure Key Vault
- Extended disaster recovery orchestration now includes object storage and big data file systems to accommodate larger datasets
“Today’s enhancements are focused on rock-solid cybersecurity principles and architected for the cloud, while continuing to protect on-premises data,” said Ranga Rajagopalan, vice president of products at Commvault. “Our commitment to innovation and industry-leading Intelligent Data Services means that our customers are always able to combat the latest threats, no matter where their data lives. New integrations with public cloud providers offer cloud-native support for today’s most critical workloads.”
Complete documentation of all the features and capabilities included with this release can be found here.