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Antivirus & Anti-ransomware health check and updates (NAS)
An Antivirus & Anti-ransomware health check and updates in a Network Attached Storage (NAS) system involve ensuring that the antivirus and anti-ransomware software installed on the NAS is up to date, properly configured, and functioning effectively. This health check is crucial to protect the NAS and its stored data from malware threats, viruses, and ransomware attacks.
(File Sharing & Data backup and redundancy)
Check for the latest updates and patches for the antivirus and anti-ransomware software. Keeping the software up to date is essential to ensure that it can detect and protect against the latest threats
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Confirm that real-time scanning is enabled and active. Real-time scanning constantly monitors file activity on the NAS to detect and stop malware before it can infect the system.
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Ensure that regular scheduled scans are set up to perform comprehensive system scans for viruses and ransomware. These scans should be scheduled to run at times when system activity is low to avoid performance impacts.
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Check that the antivirus and anti-ransomware software is configured to automatically quarantine or delete infected files and provide options for remediation.
Logging and Alerts
Ensure that the antivirus and anti-ransomware software generate logs of scan results, threat detections, and other activities. Also, set up email alerts or notifications for critical events, such as malware detection or quarantine actions.
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Case Study on Antivirus & Anti-ransomware
Employee at Client company receives an email that appears to be from a trusted source. The email contains a seemingly innocent attachment that promises to offer valuable insights into the latest market trends. Intrigued and pressed for time, the employee downloads the attachment and inadvertently introduces a malware-infested file into the NAS system.
Detection and Quarantine:
During a routine scan, the software detects a file with a ransomware signature. The software immediately quarantines the file to prevent it from spreading further within the NAS. Simultaneously, an alert is sent to the CNT team, notifying them of the potential threat. The quarantined file is isolated in a secure area, ensuring it cannot execute and cause harm.
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