Cyber Resiliency

Withstand cyber attacks and recover faster

Most companies have plans for business continuity and disaster recovery with specific restore-time objectives. However, many don’t have a plan for recovering from ransomware attacks, which have become an inevitable reality.  With the looming risk of data theft or loss, cyber resiliency has become a top priority. 

How does Myota boost cyber resiliency?

Myota improves cyber resiliency by rendering data immutable to attacks, replacing compromised storage nodes, and offering a better alternative to data backup and recovery solutions.  Our Converged Data Security Platform combines the tenets of cyber resilient architecture using the principles of Zero Trust, encryption, immutable redundant storage and advanced data dispersion.

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Withstand attacks

Myota transforms unstructured data into immutable files capable of withstanding attacks, outages, and unauthorized access while ensuring continuous availability to the file owner.
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Ensure data availability

The Myota platform facilitates data deduplication, eliminating data replication while ensuring compatibility with object storage locations. 
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Accelerate data recovery

Following an attack, you can recover files with two mechanisms. You don’t need to run through backups to find the most recent version. If a storage cloud is compromised, you can also restore files.

Benefits of using Myota for data resiliency

Enhance business continuity and disaster recovery planning

Most companies have business continuity and disaster recovery plans, but those plans rarely include ransomware — a daily threat enterprises can expect to face for years to come. Myota integrates seamlessly with your existing technology and processes.

Improve restore time objectives (RTO)

When your company experiences a ransomware attack or another disaster, every second counts. Myota makes it easy to restore data so you can get back online and back to work faster.

Define retention policies

Determine how long to retain deleted files or prior versions that contain sensitive data.


What is cyber resiliency?

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) defines cyber resiliency as the ability to “anticipate, withstand, recover from and adapt to adverse conditions, stresses, attacks or compromises on systems that use or are enabled by cyber resources.” 

In the same way that the human body continuously fights illnesses and infections to maintain essential functions, cyber resilient systems enable enterprises to continue business-critical operations.

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The first tenet of cyber resiliency focuses on identifying, assessing and managing the risks your organization has. From there, you’ll need to develop a strategy for protecting your critical assets, including enterprise data, and detecting threats when they occur.


To successfully withstand ransomware attacks, you need to ensure attackers are unable to gain anything of value. Traditional perimeter defenses, such as firewalls, focus on keeping attackers out but ignore the fact that ransomware attackers are using more sophisticated methods to access data. Today, more advanced solutions focus on data integrity, or encrypting data at the file level to render it unusable.
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Traditional back-up and recovery systems create silos that increase the time it takes to restore critical data. Instead, security consultants like Accenture recommend focusing on “rearchitecting, strengthening, and fortifying the entire environment.”
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Adapting to threats means re-evaluating existing systems and processes as new threats emerge or as conditions change. For instance, the increase in remote work means and increase in file-sharing, which has the potential to introduce new risks if it’s not carefully managed.

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What is Zero trust data protection?

Zero Trust data protection requires an understanding of how users, devices and processes interact with data so systems and administrators can make risk-based decisions to grant or deny access. This allows enterprises to detect malicious activity even if user credentials have been compromised or a bad actor gains remote access to a device. It also protects against internal threats. For instance, a bad actor who has access to an organization’s device will still only have limited access to sensitive data.

To implement Zero Trust data protection, enterprises need to identify the locations of sensitive data, determine who needs access to it, and monitor and log all attempts to gain access. Scrutinize every attempt to gain access to data, and explicitly grant or deny access based on your established policies.

How does Myota help you achieve cyber resiliency?

Myota’s Converged Data Security platform combines the tenants of Zero Trust architecture, data encryption, immutable redundant storage and advanced data dispersion. Myota is designed for consumption and scale allowing fine-grain control over security, storage and data governance.

Overcome Security Obstacles

The Myota platform creates a data security backplane that consists of pooled storage nodes that allows us to apply multiple security and IT resiliency capabilities within a single solution.

Zero Trust Architecture

Myota combines user and device access controls with a unique data micro-segmentation methodology to enable organizations to overcome external and insider threats.

Data Encryption

Myota’s unique data micro-segmentation methodology goes beyond standard encryption to render files unusable to malicious attackers.

Advanced Data Dispersion

Myota leverages individually encrypted data shards, data micro-segmentation, and multiplexed data storage to guard against information loss.

Redundant Storage

Myota reduces organizational reliance upon traditional backup storage solutions and retention of redundant copies of files. Seamless restoration and disaster recovery improves Restore Time Objectives (RTO) capabilities.


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The Myota Converged DSP

Protect. Withstand. Backup. Restore.

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