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Cyber Recovery Unit

When you backup the computer, you usually backup only the most important files.

What about the configuration and the operating system?

Cyber Recovery Unit

Instant Recovery

  • 30-second before being back to normal

  • Press one button to eliminate cyber-attacks

Offline Protection of Backups

  • Always updated offline backups

  • Time-Based RAID patented technology

High-speed USB 3.2

  • High-speed performance of up to 350MB/s

  • Backward compatibility to USB 2.0

When you back up the computer, you usually backup only the most important files.

What about the configuration and the operating system?

 

For this scenario, we created the CRU - Cyber Recovery Unit. This is a small device connected to your computer by USB and keeps several copies of your hard disk. This data is updated continuously using a sophisticated algorithms. The data is offline and protected from any corruption.

USB Type A Connectivity

  • Compatibility to most USB devices

  • Plug and play experience

Windows compatibility

  • Optimized for use in Win 10 systems

  • Backward compatibility for Win 7 / 8

Recovery Software Included

  • Unique immediate recovery features

  • Schedule your backup easily

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Common applications:

  • Specific workstations

  • Critical infrastructures

  • Production machines

  • Single server offline protection

  • Laptops

 

Characteristics:

  • Simple recovery - anyone can recover, no IT knowledge required

  • Plug and Play

  • Easy installation

  • Recover computers up to 1TB

  • Innovative “Time based RAID” algorithm

  • Patented technology

  • Eliminating cyber-attack by pressing one button

  • Low-cost solution

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An effective disaster recovery strategy is crucial to provide business continuity in case of crisis. And so it is important what type of backup you have.

There are multiple forms of backups exist and the more you implement the better your chances are to recover your files. Dealing with a single computer connected to the internet you have two options: public cloud and local.

While cloud backup is a good solution for file backup, it will not allow you fast recovery if all the files and the system are encrypted. If the attack spread out to all the computers in the network, data redownload might take weeks.

This is the advantage of a local backup system. This is usually a network device (like NAS, file server or storage) or a local device (USB stick or external HDD). An online backup like this is always connected to the computer which on paper allow easy and fast access to the data. The problem is that the attacker has the same easy and constant access to these backups, making these among the first elements to be encrypted in case of a cyber-attack.

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Offline backup, also called air-gapped or cold backup, is while the device is offline and not accessible without a physical connection. One of the most popular offline backups is an external hard disk .The main disadvantage is this hard disk is connected only once, and is not updated regularly, with usually months in between changes.

The Cyber Recovery Unit is the best solution to keep the data offline protected and still up to date. It is always connected to the computer, preventing a failure to backup the information. At the same time, the sophisticated algorithm allows limited access to perform the backup only. In a situation where the computer and all its data is attacked, one click of a button will restore it to normal in seconds from its most updated point- containing all the files, configuration, and the operating system.