Case Study

How Florida Keys Electric Cooperative Safeguards Data Archives From Ransomware

Electric Utility Provider Selected RackTop’s BrickStor SP for Real-Time Visibility and Cyber Resilience

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In the past two years, 10% of all industrial-related ransomware attacks targeted electric utilities. As the Colonial Pipeline attack showed, utility providers are more at risk from ransomware than ever before.

Florida Keys Electric Cooperative (FKEC), a member-owned, nonprofit electric utility that serves approximately 33,000 customers in the Florida Keys, needed a scalable data management solution with real-time visibility and access controls to proactively prevent, detect and mitigate threats.

FKEC enrolled in RackTop’s Jumpstart Training and Enablement Program, which included a free 90-day subscription to BrickStor SP for data-centric zero trust capabilities. They saw immediate value in BrickStor’s simple deployment process and ransomware protection and accelerated integrating the solution with their existing hyperconverged hardware infrastructure.

Learn more about the unique features of BrickStor SP and Florida Keys Electric Cooperative’s success by downloading our case study.