Mike Matchett from Small World Big Data interviews Paul Lewis and Dean Archibald from Calamu, an emerging storage company that introduces the concept of multi hybrid protected data harbors. Lewis, who founded Calamu after years as an incident responder, designed the data harbor to focus on data protection rather than infrastructure security. Dean, coming from data protection and cloud storage backgrounds, saw the potential in Calamu's intellectual property. He emphasized that with the rise of double extortion ransomware attacks, where data is stolen, encrypted, and then threatened to be leaked, a revolutionary approach to data security was needed. Calamu's data harbor uses physical and cyber security, fragmenting and encrypting data across multiple storage locations, ensuring no single location holds complete data. This approach ensures protection against hacks, misconfigurations, or offline storage issues, offering full resiliency. Calamu aims to provide a user-friendly solution that deploys rapidly and offers genuine data protection.