Cloud Security

Trilio enhances security through updates to TrilioVault for Kubernetes

The ransomware protection and data recovery solution TrilioVault for Kubernetes has received a major update that enables support for zero trust architectures and offers security protocols in line with the National Institute of Standards and Technology Cybersecurity Framework, according to SiliconANGLE.

Creator Trilio Data says Trilio for Kubernetes v2.5 now aligns with best practices that are detailed in the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, composed of the major components Identify and Protect, Detect and Mitigate and Recover, and will do so in succeeding versions of the program.

Trilio for Kubernetes v2.5 features the ability to create immutable backups as a safeguard against malicious attempts to delete or modify them and establishes a retention period during which deletion of backups is prevented until backups are cleared by an S3 object-locking mechanism, which is controlled by the program, at the end of the retention period.

The upgrade also now enables users to encrypt backups with a Linux Unified Key Setup encryption format employing an AES-256 cipher algorithm to prevent theft or access to the backup.

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