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Data that defends itself

Imagine what it would it be like if your data could defend itself. Our self-healing data automatically enforces data integrity to protect your critical data at rest from unauthorized deletion and tampering, including ransomware.

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Defeat double extortion

Double extortion is a tactic where an attacker will steal a victim's data prior to encrypting it. This gives the attacker another means of leverage by threatening to release or sell the victim's sensitive data. Microsharding makes the data unintelligible and of no value to the attacker.

Early detection for early response

Data at rest should not change. Period. We perform data integrity checks on all microsharded data. And a failed data integrity check is an indicator of compromise. Our process can serve as an early detection method to alert your SOC and send events to your SIEM, SOAR, etc., for incident response before a full-scale attack begins.

Automatic data migration

You have the option to configure alternate storage locations for your microsharded data. If a specified number of data integrity check failures happen within a certain time frame, all of the microsharded data in the affected storage location is automatically migrated to the clean, alternate location. Once the incident has been remediated, simply move the data back. All of this is done in the background with no downtime.

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Cloud-based ransomware

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Mitigating the impact of cloud ransomware with microsharding
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Cloud-based ransomware: Protect your data integrity with ShardSecure
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Discover how Microshard Technology works

We shred, mix, and distribute your data.

Files are shredded into microshards too small to contain sensitive data. Microshards are mixed across multiple containers, which are distributed across multiple storage locations.

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