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Ransomware Downtime Use Case

When it comes to SaaS ransomware attacks, it’s not if, it’s when. 73% of ransomware attacks are successful and come with costly downtime that can take weeks – even months – due to API and throttling limitations of SaaS providers such as Google Workspace and Microsoft 365.

In an evolving threat landscape, organizations need fast incident response SLAs to minimize RTO/downtime and avoid crippling their business continuity in case disaster strikes.

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SpinOne provides a 2-hour incident response SLA from cloud ransomware attacks,
reducing downtime from an average of 21 days to 2 hours.

This tool is provided for educational purposes only, and information obtained from it may not be relied upon as legal analysis or opinion.

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Defeat ransomware attacks on your mission-critical SaaS data with full visibility and fast, fully automated incident response from SpinRDR, a solution within the SpinOne platform. Reduce business downtime to less than 2 hours guaranteed, and reduce recovery costs by over 90%.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How does ransomware cause downtime?

Cloud ransomware is a type of sophisticated crypto-malware targeting cloud environments that locks users out of their devices or prevents them from accessing SaaS data until a ransom is paid. Cloud ransomware attacks result in lengthy downtime due to the API and throttling limits of cloud vendors which slow SaaS data recovery.

How does ransomware spread in a SaaS environment?

Cloud ransomware is a type of malware that infiltrates cloud-based systems and encrypts data, rendering it inaccessible to users. The attackers then demand a ransom, typically in the form of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, to decrypt and release the affected data.

What are the common consequences of ransomware downtime?

Cloud ransomware attacks can result in downtime, data breaches, data loss, and potential theft of intellectual property. This can cause huge losses for businesses – in reputation, customers, revenue, and penalties.

How does SpinRDR handle ransomware removal and data recovery?

SpinRDR handles ransomware through the following automated capabilities:

  • Monitors cloud SaaS environments for signs of ransomware 24/7/365
  • Blocks the ransomware source
  • Isolates assets affected by the ransomware attack
  • Restores affected files to the latest backed up version
  • Provides real-time notifications on incidents 
  • Provides granular SaaS security policy orchestration

Is minimizing the downtime the only advantage of SpinRDR?

No. Along with minimizing downtime, SpinRDR also helps reduce damages from a potential ransomware attack. It provides 24/7 AI-driven ransomware monitoring that proactively detects ransomware patterns and responds to them immediately in real time.

If SpinRDR is installed after a ransomware incident, can it assist in data recovery?

No, SpinRDR can only recover data that it has previously backed up.

 Does SpinRDR offer protection from all existing ransomware variants?

We aim to provide robust protection against a wide range of ransomware variants. Ransomware continuously evolves, with new variants emerging regularly, each with unique characteristics and evasion techniques, so we constantly monitor these new threats.