Cybersecurity resiliency cloud provider Druva Inc. today announced a new data resiliency guarantee that provides up to $10 million in coverage and guarantees the security, immutability and availability of customers’ data.

The guarantee, backed by the Druva Data Resiliency Cloud, is said to be made possible by Druva’s leading software-as-a-service data protection solution and service-level agreements or SLAs. With the guarantee, Data Resiliency Cloud customers gain additional confidence that they are protected against a wide variety of data loss and downtime events across cyber, human, application, operation and environmental risk factors.

An expansion of Druva’s existing limitations of liability, the Data Resiliency Guarantee enables qualifying customers to protect against a wide variety of data loss and downtime events across five categories of risk. The guarantee includes a 100% confidentiality SLA to guarantee customer data stored in backups will not be compromised as a result of a security incident.

There’s also a 100% Immutability SLA to guarantee backups will not be deleted, encrypted or otherwise changed as a result of a cyberattack, as well as a 99% reliability SLA guaranteeing successful backup services. Finally, the guarantee promises 99.999% durability SLA to ensure successful backups will be recoverable and up to 99.5% availability SLA to maximize uptime.

Druva argues that although cyberattacks and ransomware continue to pose a significant threat to business, organizations and their critical data face many challenges outside of these external threats. Challenges include insider threats and undertrained staff, while the rising adoption of SaaS business tools increases the potential risk and impact of unplanned outages. Added into the mix is the risk that climate change will make business data more susceptible to natural disasters.

Druva says the Data Resiliency Cloud is designed to meet the evolving business landscape, providing high uptime, protecting data from unauthorized user access and ensuring continuous, successful backups readily available for recovery.

“Ransomware protection alone isn’t enough to satisfy the pressures, challenges and speed of modern businesses,” explained Jaspreet Singh (pictured, right, with Druva Chief Technology Officer Stephen Manley), founder and chief executive of Druva. “Protecting data from outside attackers should be table stakes at this point, but most vendors are simply unable to make stronger commitments given the limitations of their business models.”

Singh noted that Druva’s SaaS model offers complete control over the various technology functions and the ability for our team to manage the entire customer experience.

“Others might guarantee certain protections or performance but we have taken this a step further by expanding our terms, extending our coverage against all five risks with five SLAs, and clearly defining comprehensive coverage for customers – all backed by up to $10 million,” Singh added.

Singh and Manley spoke to John Walls, host of theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s livestreaming studio, in November on meeting the challenge of evolving ransomware. “Security threats from either malware or human-oriented security issues are becoming more and more dominant threat to our entire data landscape,” Singh said in the interview.

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