Cyber Resilience Solution Across Hybrid Cloud Using IBM Storage Solutions
Published 12 November 2020
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In today’s data driven world, the information and data of an organization is considered as the most important asset to its business. It can serve as key asset for growth of an organization. As more data are collected by organizations, it is growing at a staggering pace. With this exponential data growth, there is an increase need to protect the data from the various cyberattacks in the form of malware and ransomware that is trying to steal precious data and information. These cyberattacks can have catastrophic impact on the organization and result in devastating financial losses and affect the organization’s reputation for years.
This document is intended to facilitate the deployment of the Hybrid Cloud Cyber Resilience solution for storage system data that it backed up in IBM Spectrum Protect Plus from external cyberattacks or insider attacks by using its integration with IBM Cloud Object Storage. You must understand IBM FlashSystem, IBM Spectrum Protect Plus, and IBM Cloud Object Storage architecture concepts and its configuration across hybrid cloud.
The information in this document is distributed on an as-is basis without any warranty that is either expressed or implied. Support assistance for the use of this material is limited to situations where IBM FlashSystem, IBM Spectrum Protect Plus or IBM Cloud Object Storage are supported and entitled, and where the issues are specific to a solution technical paper implementation.
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About this document
National Institute of Standards and Technology framework
Implementing Hybrid Cloud Cyber Resilience Solution with IBM Spectrum Protect Plus and IBM Cloud Object Storage
Establish site-to-site IPSec VPN for hybrid-cloud connectivity with IBM Cloud
Architectural overview of Hybrid Cloud Cyber Resilience solution
Setting up Hybrid Cloud Cyber Resilience solutio
Cyber Resilience Solution use cases
Backing up and recovering the IBM Spectrum Protect Plus server
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