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How Egnyte Built Snapshot Recovery to Mitigate Ransomware Attacks

As companies accumulate and store large amounts of business data in the cloud, data security and governance become a major concern. More than 16,000 companies use Egnyte to manage, secure, and govern their content. These businesses rely on the unified platform to keep their business running smoothly, because data loss due to ransomware attacks or accidental file deletion could have profound impacts on their bottom lines.

Automate Data Mapping for GDPR and Other Data Privacy Laws

Whether you’re a compliance expert or a novice, adhering to data privacy laws confuses even the best of companies. One of the key points of confusion is the fact that you can’t possibly comply with current and future laws without knowing what data you collect, where it goes, and how it’s used and retained. It sounds simple, but it is not. In fact, it’s a challenge that applies to nearly every organization today.

Data Privacy Laws Impact Every Business-Including Yours

With the rapid proliferation of data privacy laws, it’s no wonder mid-sized organizations are having a hard time keeping up with all of the new regulations. In addition, many companies struggle with understanding how rapidly evolving legislation might apply to them. For example, if you’re a U.S.-based company that does business from North Dakota, you might not be concerned about privacy laws abroad.

Organize and Access Construction Photos Faster with Smart Upload

Your project teams take hundreds, if not thousands of photos every year. And while it’s easy to take the actual photos, it can be a huge pain to download and organize all those images. Think about how most companies operate today. A team member takes a bunch of pictures, goes back to the office or the trailer, downloads the pictures from the camera or mobile device, uploads them to the system, and then organizes and posts them.

May Product Rollup: UI Redesign, Compliance Controls, and More

This month, Egnyte is excited to introduce the start of a redesign to its UI, productivity improvements around shortcuts and the API, new offerings for Advanced Privacy & Compliance and CMMC, continued improvements in governance, and a whole host of new features around course management in the Quality Document Management module for Life Sciences.

Protect CUI, FCI for Your Company's CMMC Compliance

If your company does any business with the U.S. Department of Defense, you will be required to comply with CMMC 2.0 to be considered for future contracts. It doesn’t matter if you sell a product or a service, if DoD business is only a small part of your revenue, or if you are only a subcontractor. You will still be required to comply, even if the work you do hasn’t changed. Your business needs to start building a roadmap for CMMC Level 1 or Level 2 compliance.

3 Ways to Meet CMMC Self-Assessment Requirements

In November 2021, the U.S. Department of Defense significantly updated its Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) framework to incorporate new cybersecurity requirements for DoD contractors. In particular, CMMC 2.0 Level 1 (Foundational) contractors must now perform annual self-assessments, and Level 2 (Advanced) contractors must perform annual self-assessments for selected programs.

How Egnyte Achieves MySQL High Availability

At Egnyte we store, analyze, organize, and secure billions of files and petabytes of data from millions of users. On average, we observe more than a million API requests per minute. These API requests are a mix of metadata operations and analytical queries. As we scale, we have to address challenges associated with balancing throughput for individual users and delivering an exceptional quality of service.

MSP Summit Highlights Growth Potential for Channel Partners

Cyber breaches are everywhere, people are working from anywhere, and data creation is exploding. As a result, businesses want solutions that make data collaboration and governance easier and more secure, and MSPs are at the forefront of this market opportunity. Those opportunities were on full display last week as more than 250 managed service providers, technologists, and Egnyte leaders met virtually—and in-person in London—for Egnyte’s annual MSP Summit.