- The company announced that its software has been incorporated with Microsoft Corp.’s Sentinel cloud-based security information and event management platform.
- Integrating Nasuni with Microsoft Sentinel enables customers to detect threat activity and automatically initiate appropriate responses.
Nasuni Corp., a provider of cloud file services, has introduced targeted restore capabilities to its Nasuni Ransomware Protection service, which reduces investigation time and accelerates recovery.
Additionally, the company announced that its software has been incorporated with Microsoft Corp.’s Sentinel cloud-based security information and event management platform.
Noting that distributed file shares create a greater vulnerability to ransomware attacks and lengthier restore periods, Nasuni stated that its add-on ransomware protection can recover numerous files in seconds and detect and stop attacks in progress. Targeted restore capabilities enable the restoration of specific files in seconds.
Organizations can specifically recover just the encrypted files identified during an incident. Administrators do not need to sift through directories to locate afflicted files; the system does so automatically, according to Nasuni. The software generates prompts to assist administrators in identifying deleted files to restore.
The organization’s continuous versioning procedure stores information about affected files and the most recent data snapshot. For regulatory and insurance purposes, reports describe the attack’s scope and the remedial activities. A detailed log of the restoration procedure is available, including the data recovered and any difficulties encountered.
Integrating Nasuni with Microsoft Sentinel enables customers to detect threat activity and initiate the appropriate responses automatically. Microsoft Log Analytics Workspace now collects and shares Nasuni event and audit logs from any Nasuni distributed edge device for continuous monitoring with Sentinel.
Boston-based Nasuni has raised USD 247 million in funding and counts American Standard Inc., Ghirardelli Chocolate Co., Mattel Inc., and Alcoa Corp. among its customers.