Veritas Teams Up with Cybersecurity Titans: Avengers Assemble for Data Protection!

Veritas is hosting a cyber resilience potluck, with heavy-hitters like CrowdStrike, CyberArk, and Microsoft. Every dish (read: integration) must endure the fiery crucible of Veritas’s REDLab before being served up, ensuring top-tier, Veritas REDLab-validated Cyber Resiliency. It’s a tantalizing spread of threat protection, vulnerability assessment, and remediation—bon appétit, tech world!

Hot Take:

So, Veritas is playing nice with others to boost cyber resilience and data governance. It’s like the Avengers of cybersecurity coming together! Instead of going solo, they’re teaming up with the big shots like CrowdStrike, CyberArk, and Microsoft. And it’s not just a handshake deal, they’re putting these integrations through the wringer in their REDLab to make sure they can stand up to all kinds of nasty cyber threats. It’s a cyber resilience party, and everyone’s invited!

Key Points:

  • Veritas is extending its cyber resilience and data governance capabilities by integrating with third-party vendors like CrowdStrike, CyberArk, and Microsoft.
  • These integrations undergo rigorous testing in Veritas’ REDLab, designed to emulate potential adversary attacks and vulnerabilities.
  • Each partner brings unique cyber resilience features, from threat protection to vulnerability assessment and remediation.
  • Veritas is adding more cyber resiliency features to its product portfolio, like malware scanning for new workloads, anomaly detection of admin actions, and multi-person authorization for critical operations.
  • Customers will soon have access to a library of REDLab-validated reference designs to guide them on implementation of jointly deployed systems.

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Why Can't We Be Friends?

Veritas, known for its Alta Cloud and NetBackup products, decided to extend an olive branch to other security vendors. They're partnering up with the likes of CrowdStrike, CyberArk, Microsoft, and others to boost their cyber resilience and data governance capabilities. It's like a tech version of a potluck dinner - everybody brings something delicious to the table.

Surviving the REDLab Gauntlet

Just because you're invited to the party, doesn't mean you get to stay. These third-party integrations have to prove their worth in the REDLab. Inspired by the National Institute of Standards and Technology's concept of a 'red team', the REDLab tests these integrations like a real-life hacker would, revealing any potential vulnerabilities. It's a brutal, unrestricted simulation of possible threats, but if you survive, you're golden.

The Avengers Assemble

Each partner brings their own unique cyber resiliency features to the table. CrowdStrike's Falcon platform offers threat protection during pre and post-incident recovery. CyberArk helps with credential management, and Microsoft's Defender, the first to achieve REDLab validation, can identify the last known good copy of data after a ransomware attack. It's like a team of superheroes, each with their unique powers, coming together to fight the bad guys!

More Power to You

Not content with just partnering up, Veritas is adding even more cyber resiliency features to its portfolio. They're introducing malware scanning for new workloads, anomaly detection of admin actions, and multi-person authorization for critical operations. It's like they're leveling up their superpowers!

Learn from the Best

Soon, customers will have access to a library of REDLab-validated reference designs. These will guide them on how to implement these jointly deployed systems. It's like having a cookbook full of award-winning recipes. You just need to follow the instructions to create something delicious!
Tags: Cyber Resiliency, Data Governance, Microsoft Defender, Ransomware Protection, REDLab Verification, Third Party Integrations, Veritas