SysCloud’s intelligent backup data insights help IT administrators stay one step ahead of ransomware, phishing attacks in addition to proactively addressing compliance gaps in the backup archives. Available for Google Workspace backup and Microsoft 365 backup.
Most ransomware attacks go unnoticed until it's too late. SysCloud automatically scans Google Drive and OneDrive backup archives for the presence of known ransomware and malicious files before the attacker encrypts the file(s) or activates the ransomware. SysCloud can identify batch programs, executables, and macro-enabled ransomware in the backup archives.
If ransomware is detected in the archives, a threat summary is published on the dashboard with options to restore the infected file(s) from a safe snapshot. In the event of a ransomware attack, SysCloud automatically identifies a safe backup snapshot to restore the affected file(s). Administrators can also choose to take control of the restored file or restore the file to a new folder and retain the sharing permissions to minimize disruptions.
SysCloud monitors all Gmail and Outlook accounts with backup protection for possible phishing attacks such as:
When a phishing email is detected, a threat summary is published on the dashboard. Administrators can drill down to view the details of the phishing emails flagged by SysCloud and delete it for all users from the backup archives and from the respective accounts.
SysCloud inspects the backup data archives for a wide range of compliance issues and the presence of sensitive data. When compliance gaps are detected, SysCloud flags the issues via the backup dashboard. Administrators can take necessary actions such as transferring ownership or taking over the ownership of the flagged files.
Compliance for businesses: PCI (Payment Card Industry), HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act), Sensitive Authentication Data, Confidential Data that may include trade secrets, sales and marketing plans, new product plans, notes associated with patentable inventions, customer and supplier information, financial data, or any classified document.
Compliance for educational institutions: FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act), IEP (Individual Education Plan), Objectionable Content, Movies and Audio filter and all the other compliance coverage available for businesses
Administrators can use SysCloud’s comprehensive search feature to locate all flagged events associated with backup data insights. Administrators can search for a threat or a compliance issue using document name, subject, sender name, owner, groups, the action taken, risk category, incident date, domains, or file id/URL.
SysCloud provides a detailed report on all the admin actions. The report includes details like date of action, action type, and document name.