How Etere Media Asset Management Mitigates Ransomware Attacks

How Etere Media Asset Management Mitigates Ransomware Attacks

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How Etere Media Asset Management Mitigates Ransomware Attacks

Fri 04, 08 2023

With Etere’s integrated security right into its Media Asset Management, you’re always protected from ransomware attacks by only connecting with data movers. You’re protected whether you have Amazon S3 or Etere HSM.

Etere is a Better Way to Protect your Data

Etere Media Asset Management (MAM) offers enhanced protection from ransomware. It features a sophisticated setup that blocks ransomware before it harms your business. Post-production systems and NLE workstations do not directly access the storage as the archive is accessible only via data movers. The secure access prevents ransomware from having a direct connection to your database at all times. Whether your archive is Amazon S3 or Etere HSM, Etere MAM only connects to your storage via data movers. With built-in orchestration and automation, Etere MAM does not require security infrastructure setup and maintenance with its integrated security features for a more cost-effective and agile system.

Do not wait to build your media data security framework. The effects of a ransomware attack can be devastating and regrettably expensive. Data losses that contain valuable content are often irrecoverable, and service outages can cost an organization painful financial and reputation losses, not to mention the psychological impact on employees and stakeholders. Hackers block access to critical systems and hope victims will choose the quickest and most efficient way to restore their systems and administrative functions: to pay the ransom and obtain the decryption key. Furthermore, ransomware attacks can happen regardless of the organization’s size. We cannot afford to let our guard down. It can happen with just one system vulnerability.

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