ExaGrid shines in 2024-25 DCIG TOP 5 Cyber Secure Backup

February 6, 2024
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ExaGrid’s EX189 appliance has been recognized as a top 5 backup target in the “2024-25 DCIG TOP 5 2PB+ Cyber Secure Backup Target Global Edition Report.”

The report provides guidance on the top 5 cyber secure backup targets that companies should consider in their fight against ransomware.

The criteria for inclusion in the report includes cyber security features, at least two petabytes of storage capacity, physical appliance shipping, availability by January 1, 2024, and sufficient information for DCIG to make an informed decision.

The EX189 achieved its top 5 ranking due to its scale-out architecture and comprehensive security features, including Retention Time-Lock for Ransomware Recovery.

ExaGrid’s customer support model, which involves customers working directly with level-2 senior support engineers, is also highlighted in the report as a key differentiator.

ExaGrid is pleased to be recognized in the report and encourages organizations to consider their backup storage security when evaluating their cybersecurity policies and procedures.

ExaGrid provides Tiered Backup Storage with a unique disk-cache Landing Zone, long-term retention repository, and scale-out architecture.

ExaGrid offers the only two-tiered backup storage approach with a non-network-facing tier, delayed deletes, and immutable objects to recover from ransomware attacks.

ExaGrid has sales and pre-sales systems engineers in various countries, including the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, France, and Spain.

Visit exagrid.com or connect with them on LinkedIn for more information.

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