cbc-tgschultz wrote:Well of course having to restore from an air-gapped source will add to your RTO, but that's a worst-case scenario where your RTO would otherwise be infinity. If the company you work for is the kind that will pay the ransom rather than wait, then it may not be worth your effort.
frankj wrote:Woudl this be a safe bet ?
Tape autoloader for our 7 TB prod store on veeam
24 tapes rounded in 8 sets of 3 rotated weekly.
giving us a buffer of 8 weeks of tape backup, with a possibility of 1 week old data to 8 weeks if all where corrupted but the last one.
Would an autoloader be safe for air gap ?
cbc-tgschultz wrote:In general it is in the best interests of the ransoming parties to uphold their end of the deal, and I've only ever heard of scattered cases where that hasn't happened. It's a risk, to be sure, because you're dealing with unscrupulous individuals after all, but it isn't much of one.
yasuda wrote:Do the tapes stay in the autoloader?
yasuda wrote:I don't think there is a really great solution for the scenario where an intruder has undetected access to your network for an extended period of time...
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