Arcserve Announces Appointment of Brannon Lacey as Chief Executive Officer
Arcserve, the world's most experienced data and ransomware protection provider, today announced the appointment of Brannon Lacey as its CEO, effective immediately.
Insurance industry regulation needed to hinder ransomware attacks
New regulations covering cyber insurance must ensure companies adhere to the 3-2-1-1 rule and have fit-for-purpose data protection and cyber security solutions in place, says Florian Malecki, senior director, International Product Marketing at Arcserve.
Arcserve named a challenger by Gartner
The company was recognised in the 2021 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Backup and Recovery Software Solutions.
You think data is secured…but do you know?
When it comes to data protection in the cloud, companies should hope for the best and prepare for the worst, says Arcserve's Florian Malecki,.
Arcserve supports White House Cybersecurity Initiative
The company urges organisations to evaluate their ransomware preparedness.
How to protect data against disaster in the cloud
The customer, and not the service provider, is primarily responsible for protecting their data in the cloud, and CIOs should not assume cloud providers are secure.
Arcserve, StorageCraft complete merger
As a result of the merger, the expanded Arcserve solutions portfolio brings much-needed simplification and agility to channel organisations.
Arcserve unveils Unified Data Protection 8.0
The solution defends organisations’ entire infrastructure from accidental data loss and ransomware.
Arcserve, StorageCraft sign definitive agreement to merge
Combining capabilities will create a comprehensive product suite that addresses the vast majority of use cases and business continuity challenges, the companies say.
Arcserve’s predictions for 2021
Cyber attacks on critical infrastructure and industrial control systems are increasing and will become one of the biggest threats to society in the next year.
Customer retention in the face of ransomware attacks
As ransomware attacks increase, complacency about consumer reaction to the theft of data would be an utterly foolhardy approach for business owners.