Reducing Recovery Time Objectives (RTOs); Creating cyber-resistant active data resilience strategies
The webinar discusses strategies for reducing Recovery Time Objectives (RTOs) to minutes in backup and recovery programs using cyber-resistant active data resilience strategies.
Cyber-attacks today pose a significant threat to businesses, exposing them to operational risks that can affect their data, processes, and technology. One of the most common forms of attack is ransomware, which can result in the loss of critical data needed for business operations. To recover such data, it is crucial to have safe and verified backups. However, this process can be time-consuming and may lead to additional downtime and risks. This is due to the need to identify affected assets, verify safe backups, and test and verify assets before putting them back into production. According to VEEAM’s 2023 Global Report on Ransomware Trends, organizations can take up to 3.3 weeks to fully recover from a ransomware attack, which is a concerning figure.
- Existing threats to current backup and recovery programs
- With the evolution of large data assets, are current backup & recovery programs sufficient?
- New techniques and processes in protecting active data
- Defeating ransomware and other critical risks to data
Who should attend:
- Risk Managers
- Business Continuity Professionals
- DataCenters Managers/Administrators
- Security Directors
- Security Managers
- IT Directors
- IT Managers
- IT Professionals
- Business Strategists
- ICT Strategists
- IT Leaders
- Senior IT Personnel
- IT Specialist
- Senior Network Administrators
- Anyone interested in Cybersecurity, Cyber Resilience, Data Resilience, Backup & Recovery, Disaster Recovery, etc.