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Keep business data safe from being held hostage with StarHub’s managed ransomware solution

By Ken Wong - on 24 Jan 2022, 5:30pm

Keep business data safe from being held hostage with StarHub’s managed ransomware solution

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In response to increasing ransomware attacks on businesses, StarHub has introduced a managed ransomware solution in collaboration with Ensign InfoSecurity, Palo Alto Networks, and Veeam.

Available from today, StarHub CyberSecure Business Solution is a one-stop managed service that provides a security solution covering crisis and incident response management, digital forensics, cloud-delivered threat detection for every system and device, and secure data backup and recovery services.

Charlie Chan, Chief, Enterprise Business Group, StarHub said,

Increasingly sophisticated cyber-attacks demand highly-responsive security strategies, especially so as these threats expose firms to severe financial, compliance, and reputational risks. The number of local ransomware cases has spiked, and as a responsible service provider, we want to offer our customers cyber security solutions that offer maximum security and yet are simple to manage.

Ensign’s security experts will monitor endpoint devices, network and systems to detect attack attempts, as well as be on hand to respond during cyber attacks. Palo Alto Networks’s Prisma SASE enterprise service delivers protection via the Cloud, and Veeam provides backup and recovery.

With the solution, businesses can set up data sources, the frequency of backups, and the retention period. If needed, they can request to bring systems and applications back online to the last known good configuration, for business operations to continue with minimal disruption even if their data were to be accidentally deleted or held to ransom.

While each of the companies previously mentioned will be providing part of the overall solution, StarHub will be the single point of contact for customers whether they are simple queries or requests for assistance.

More information is available at the StarHub Enterprise security website.

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