tactical solutions to help with your BCDR strategy
With the unexpected nature of natural disasters and other disruptive events, preparation is key when it comes to disaster recovery and business continuity processes. Join this channel for live and recorded presentations featuring thought leaders in the field discussing current topics that will help you with tactical solutions to all your BCDR issues.
Join us for this 45 minute webinar on 6th June at 10am UK that will ensure that your Business is Seamlessly Up and Running in Minutes. Understand how Ultimate Damage Limitation for Cyber-Attacks is Achieved through Business Continuity within Software-Defined Storage.
Reasons to attend:
Severity of cyber-attacks are judged by the length of time critical systems, data and applications are down. The ability to have a Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery enabled infrastructure mitigates the risk, offering zero downtime, zero Recovery Point Objective, and seamless rollback in time to the point before the attack hits.
Joining the webinar equips you with 3 essential skills for damage limitation:
Learn how to:
* Implement multi layered protection that offers
* Achieve additional resiliency with disaster recovery to the Cloud and 3rd Site
* Rollback to the point immediately before the attack
Your host for the meeting, Garry Carpenter has immersed himself in all things business continuity for the past few decades and is one of the leading UK authorities in the field.
You won’t want to miss the opportunity to hear leading data storage experts provide their insights on prominent technologies that are shaping the market. With the exponential rise in demand for high capacity and secured storage systems, it’s critical to understand the key factors influencing adoption and where the highest growth is expected. From SSDs and HDDs to storage interfaces and NAND devices, get the latest information you need to shape key strategic directions and remain competitive.
Businesses today rely heavily on their data. Disaster may strike anywhere and occurs in many shapes and sizes. Transporting data over significant distance beyond the reach of a threatening event preserves data so organizations can rapidly recover in the event of a site going down.
This makes deploying a disaster recovery infrastructure between data centers with fast, continuous, and easy replication of mission-critical data to anywhere in the world essential.
Fibre Channel over IP (FCIP), often referred to as “Extension,” is used to connect SANs across distance using IP networks. FCIP is commonly used for Remote Data Replication (RDR) between Enterprise Storage Arrays and Remote Tape applications, for the purpose of Business Continuance via Disaster Recovery (BC/DR).
Join storage technology and industry experts as they discuss their experience and deployment knowledge in:
•Best known methods for deployment with extension architectures, extension in routed topologies, and performance optimization for remote replication
•Industry best practices: topologies to achieve high-availability goals, advantages in trunking, encryption, etc…
•Customer examples and use cases of a variety of critical production environments ranging from SMBs to the largest most demanding enterprises and government institutions
After you watch the webcast, check out our Q&A blog: http://fibrechannel.org/fcip-extension-questions-and-their-answers/
The devastating impact of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma across Texas and Florida will continue to live long after the waters have receded. How are enterprises, small businesses, government agencies and non-profit organizations prepared for the disruption caused by Harvey and Irma?
If anything, these hurricanes are a stark reminder that all organizations need to have a disaster preparedness and business continuity plans in place to help with recovery from major natural catastrophes.
Join this interactive panel as we discuss:
- The aftermath of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma
- Impact on cybersecurity and how to avoid falling for a Harvey or Irma cyber scam
- Need for business continuity and disaster recovery planning
- Recommendations for crafting the right BCDR strategy and enabling recovery following a disaster
- Joseph George, Vice President Product Management at Sungard Availability Services
- Mark Weatherford, Chief Cybersecurity Strategist at vArmour
- Inigo Merino, Founder & CEO at Cienaga Systems
Is your security architecture up to date and able to defend against the latest cyber attacks? Every technology vendor will likely tell you that they have the most solid infrastructure, and that their roadmap is the one to follow. You may want to consider a fault-tolerant approach with security, as it can be more comprehensive than selecting one particular vendor for a specific requirement.
Fault-Tolerance means that you assume that a particular solution will fail, but are theoretically protected as another solution can be there if this failure happens.
Join this presentation and learn how fault tolerance can be deployed against breach scenarios and how it helps improve cybersecurity in 2017.
In light of recent data breaches and the increasing cost of a breach, it is clear why good IT and cybersecurity management is key to your business, especially when it comes to Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery planning. Join this presentation and learn about the human error in breaches, as well as what managers should know about their IT environment. Learn the steps you need to take today to ensure the right BCDR plans are in place before a disaster strikes.
Come prepared to look at disaster recovery planning with a 360 degree view for the enterprise and SMB space, and walk away with technical ideas you can begin to implement immediately. During this presentation, we will discuss disaster recovery planning considerations and partnerships. We will also walk through technical solutions that provide a way to use virtualization and storage strategies for an approachable DR solution.
Learn how your organization can achieve better data protection through leveraging fault-tolerant technology. Cybersecurity expert James Chillingworth will review how applying hardware architecture concepts, in addition to other abstractions can form the framework for developing software that becomes more robust, reliable, expandable and secure. By implementing this, organizations can better protect their applications, data, databases, and improve security, operability, code quality and redundancy.
With the healthcare industry experiencing a dramatic increase in the volume of successful ransomware attacks, it is critical that organizations upgrade their security policies and approach.
This means understanding the evolving cyberattack landscape and developing effective strategies to protect the integrity of systems, applications, and data. A critical aspect of that strategy is proactively identifying employee email credentials that have been compromised. In our 2016 benchmark study of healthcare firms, Xtium and ID Agent recently found that 65% of firms analyzed have employees with visibly compromised accounts. These findings illustrate the need for ongoing monitoring as well as 100% reliable and responsive business continuity solutions.
The urgency stems from the fact that stolen health records are worth more than 10 times the value of stolen credit card numbers. The FBI recommends combating these cyber-threats by establishing a solid business continuity plan which includes the regular creation of secure, isolated data backups.
This presentation will a) explore the common misperceptions and security holes that can lead to ransomware vulnerability, b) discuss the study results and the measurable ongoing threat represented by compromised email accounts, c) compare the various alternatives for responding to cyberattacks, d) explain the pros and cons of cloud-based security and backup strategies, and e) provide real-world case study examples of how recent ransomware attacks have been quickly and successfully resolved.
Data is the new currency. It is the gold waiting to be mined, the oil waiting to be refined, and the resource waiting to be taken for ransom or stolen for its intellectual property. Wait, that last piece didn’t rhyme. And that lack of rhythm and rhyme is why data recovery is evolving from naturally occurring events i.e. system failures and natural disasters to unleashed beasts such as social-engineered phishing attacks and schemes designed to take your data hostage.
In this session, we’ll discuss how to monitor with discipline in order to protect your data protocol with effective and efficient process management.
· What is monitoring with discipline?
· How do I optimize my backup and recovery process?
· How can I extend my current data recovery protocol to encompass ransomware protection?