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Israeli Cyber Attack Startup Salvador Technologies Offers Novel Approach to Cybersecurity

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Alex Yevtushenko, the CEO, and Oleg Vusiker, the CTO, Salvador Technologies (courtesy)

Cyber Attacks happen every second of every day. They are usually unsuccessful and most people and organizations have loads of cybersecurity defense software and firewalls to protect against these attacks, and yet, so many cyberattacks succeed anyway. This is why the Israeli startup Salvador Technologies concerns itself more with what to do about the successful hacks once they have happened.

This is important because these days it is no longer just a question of how to defend against hackers, but what to do once you have been hacked. And anyone who runs a website will tell you, the best defense against cyber attacks is a good backup. Backups are used to restore a system that has been hacked by simply saving everything somewhere else and then replacing an infected database with it.

This is where Salvador Technologies comes in to the picture. The company is based in Rehovot and was founded by childhood friends Alex Yevtushenko, the CEO, and Oleg Vusiker, the CTO. The two grew up together in the small southern Israeli town of Kiryat Gat, just to the north of Be’er Sheva. And Oleg came to the company with a wealth of experience in fighting cyber attacks having worked in the field for an elite IDF cybersecurity unit for more than a decade.

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Salvador Technologies provides what it calls the world’s fastest technology to recover from cyberattacks. The company’s unique approach to dealing with cyber threats is not just in the protection from hackers, but in how to recover from an attack. The company’s patent pending storage device protects a user’s data from malicious attacks and from advanced persistent threats (APT.)

Along with innovative software, Salvador Technologies customers receive continuous operation of critical business components in case of a cyber attack, with minimum IT knowledge and maximum automation. In this way it helps people react to cyber attacks.

As Oleg Vusiker tell Jewish Business News, “All of the other companies are focused on how u can defend from cyber attacks and hackers. But our unique approach accepts the fact that no matter what you do a hacker will eventually break into your systems and so you need to be concerned with recovery after the fact.”

Salvador explains that cyber threats coming from numerous sources and in numerous forms, especially ransomware, is no longer something uncommon. A computer, on average, is hacked every 39 seconds and this malicious activity costs nearly $21 billion a year in financial damage to the world’s economy.

And this is also why they called the company Salvador: It is Spanish for savior. As in, Salvador is your savior from cyber attacks and hackers who have hacked your systems.

This explains why what Oleg said about being prepared for what happens after a cyber attack gets through is so important.

And this is the reason that Salvador Technologies’ work to enforce your data protection from all kind of cyber-attacks. Our top-rated products take a backup of your important data to be recovered in case of a cyber-attack.



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