The unexpected nature of natural disasters and other disruptive events means that preparation is key to managing disaster recovery and business continuity planning. Join the business continuity and disaster recovery community for live and recorded presentations discussing best practices for business continuity planning, disaster recovery programs and business continuity management. Learn from BCDR experts to develop your critical infrastructure and gain insight into tactical solutions to your BCDR issues.
Toutes les entreprises sont d’accord pour dire qu’avoir une bonne infrastructure de sauvegarde est essentiel. En réalité, la plupart de ces infrastructures ont du mal à évoluer et à s’adapter à des environnements de plus en plus difficiles à gérer et complexifiés par les architectures virtualisées et le cloud hybride.
Ne rien faire est impossible !
Découvrez comment exploiter la puissance de vos informations avec les solutions de sauvegarde et de restauration Symantec :
-en rendant votre entreprise conforme aux futures demandes de la réglementation Européenne sur la Protection des Données ;
-en standardisant votre information au sein d’une plateforme de sauvegarde unique, pour casser les silos ;
-en s’adaptant à la taille de votre environnement, avec une performance prédictible ;
-en offrant à vos utilisateurs des possibilités de self-service ;
-en modernisant votre infrastructure grâce aux appliances.
Reality: A survey in 2013 revealed that 40% of businesses running cloud applications reported data loss.
As a result, many companies are considering adopting cloud-to-cloud backup solutions – but how do you choose the right cloud-to-cloud backup solution? In this BrightTALK exclusive webinar, you’ll learn exactly what features to consider when evaluating a cloud-to-cloud backup solution.
As Git gains in popularity and Subversion extends its features for enterprise development, the two often operate side-by-side. This session will outline the benefits of each system (centralized vs. distributed), and how to best support a hybrid deployment.
Companies operating data center in areas prone to earthquakes need to take a systematic approach to quantifying and mitigating their risk. For several years, Molly managed disaster recovery planning for a large Southern California utility. During her tenure, she commissioned two "seismic audits" of three data centers located in the region. Through these studies, she was able to inform management about the level and probability of the risk of losing the use of all three locations following an earthquake. This presentation will describe the techniques used and the benefits the study brought.
Tech blogs are overflowing with examples of password hacks, data destruction, and data leakage. It’s time for a new approach. Imation’s recently-announced Secure Data Movement Architecture (SDMA) will safeguard your organization’s most valuable data against tampering, leakage, or loss - throughout its entire lifecycle including when it’s in the cloud or mobile devices, or anywhere in between. Join us as we give you a sneak peek into our new concept for painless data protection, and the rapidly evolving types of threats its meant to address.
Next Generation Data Protection Architecture – What You Need to Know Now
Your expensive, complex, headache-inducing data protection architecture is rapidly becoming obsolete.
Powerful next generation solutions are entering the market, and they’re empowering small¬ to mid-size businesses to manage their data with the robust technologies once reserved for enterprise.
Now, easy¬to¬implement physical data protection appliances; emerging, cloud-native appliances; unified data protection and recovery technologies; and all-inclusive licensing make protecting against system disruptions and data loss more efficient and effective than ever.
Join Bob Spurzem as he discusses how to navigate this new era of data protection. Are you ready?
Is your business prepared for a disaster? Join ESET and industry expert, StorageCraft, for a research overview presentation of modern business disasters. We'll look at the difference between back up and recovery and discuss best practice for building a recovery plan. Mike Kunz, VP of Sales with StorageCraft, will also look at specific solutions to quickly get your business up and running when disaster strikes.
Changing IT needs and complex infrastructures require flexible and dynamic solutions to help you transition your environment. The release of Symantec™ Backup Exec 15 is the perfect time for you to review your backup and recovery infrastructure to meet these changing demands. Whether you are an existing Backup Exec customer or not, now is the time to upgrade to a reliable choice; the leading-edge offering for virtual, physical and cloud platforms.
Join us to understand how Backup Exec 15 provides the flexibility to protect confidently whatever your platform, technology or application need. Delivering the power to protect your information faster, restore what you need when you need it and the ease the time and burden of “doing backup.
It is no secret that we live in a 24/7 world that demands information be always available, always accurate and always secure. In order to meet these demands a comprehensive risk management program must be in place. At the forefront of these efforts are the preventive measures that try to reduce the probability of a disruptive incident occurring. But as has been all too often the case, these protective actions may not be enough. Whether it be the force of nature, the actions of terrorists, the fragility of infrastructures or so many other disruptive events will and do happen.
Left with the reality that we must prepare for interruptions to occur, the job of the Business Continuity Professional is to minimize the resulting impacts. Creating environments that will provide connectivity, processing and data integrating, more and more organizations are looking toward the clouds. Whether it be to ensure that data can be shared or looking for full automated recovery cloud computing has a possible answer. This presentation will discuss what the cloud is, how it can make organizations more resilient and some of the issues pertaining to its usage.
Jayme Williams, Senior Systems Engineer at TenCate is protecting eight environments across the US and Canada – and each site has different storage. All sites require disaster recovery and backup across the application set. Having one solution would be ideal, but not possible – until they came across Zerto.
Zerto Virtual Replication is storage agnostic and made it easy to integrate a new site into their disaster recovery plan. Their original business continuity and disaster recovery (BC/DR) plan, affectionately named the “Hit by the bus” book due to its volume, has been greatly simplified and the service levels they are seeing are outstanding – single digit seconds for their recovery point objectives (RPO).
Finally, they are incorporating public cloud into their IT plans by backing up their applications from their DR site to AWS. With one solution, they can achieve their BC/DR and backup SLA, while reducing costs and introducing public cloud into their IT strategy at a pace that supports changing business requirements.
With Zerto Virtual Replication:
•Manage all sites in one pane of glass with one tool for replication and automation of failover, failback and testing processes as well as backup
•Increase efficiencies with the ability to track and manage consumption across the hybrid cloud
•Hardware agnostic solution does not require a change in the infrastructure reducing costs
•Consistency in the BC/DR solution dramatically reduces operational costs
•Replicates between different types of storage and versions of VMware vSphere making it easy to add new sites to the process
•Point-in-time recovery enables failover to a previous point to recover from any issue – logical corruption, datacenter outage, etc.
•Leveraging a public cloud strategy with backups stored in Amazon
The growth of unstructured data, especially files, continues unabated and strains datacenter resources. Not just storage of that data, but protecting it, providing for disaster recovery, and making that data available in remote offices for collaboration all wreak havoc on staff and budgets. It’s time for a new approach to NAS that takes advantage of the cloud, while still providing local access and performance in the datacenter.
Learn about this new generation of NAS that solves the challenges of file data storage, protection and access across the enterprise, costs less to own and manage, and ends the cycle of NAS hardware refreshes forever.
Generally, risks associated with continuity planning, from physical to cyber-security, are part of an ever-evolving threat to our systems and technologies. Continuity planning is simply the good business practice of ensuring the execution of essential functions through all circumstances, and it is a fundamental responsibility of public institutions and private entities responsible to their stakeholders. What are some of the risks associated with continuity planning? Why is managing risk important for continuity? What are some of the methods used to mitigate risks in continuity planning?
The COOP presentation will provide an understanding of Continuity and Continuity of Operations, explain the importance of a viable Continuity capability, and emphasize the need for a viable Continuity capability in all organizations, to demonstrate some of the linkages between continuity programs and:
Join us on April 21 as NCP’s senior continuity practitioner shares resilient continuity programs and outreach efforts. Hear from Eric Kretz, NCP, as he talks about Information Integration: Leveraging Risk, Physical and Cyber Security and Continuity Planning.
Enterprises of all sizes have started using the public cloud for some workloads. Backup and recovery and archiving are two prime examples of such workloads. But can the public cloud be used as a disaster recovery site? What are the pros and cons of such an approach? What best practices should apply? Is it only for small businesses that do not have a secondary site of their own? Or is there relevance even for larger organizations?
Ranga Rajagopalan, Director of Product Management; Symantec
Mark Campbell, CMO & CTO; Unitrends
Rick Vanover, Product Strategy Specialist; Veeam
Joshua Stenhouse, Technology Evangelist; Zerto
Risk management is an increasingly important
business driver and stakeholders have become
much more concerned about risk. Risk may be a
driver of strategic decisions, it may be a cause of
uncertainty in the organisation or it may simply be
embedded in the activities of the organisation. An
enterprise-wide approach to risk management
enables an organisation to consider the potential
impact of all types of risks on all processes,
activities, stakeholders, products and services.
Implementing a comprehensive approach will
result in an organisation benefiting from what is
often referred to as the ‘upside of risk’.
The global financial crisis in 2008 demonstrated
the importance of adequate risk management.
Since that time, new risk management standards
have been published, including the international
standard, ISO 31000 ‘Risk management –
Principles and guidelines’. This guide draws
together these developments to provide a
structured approach to implementing enterprise
risk management (ERM)
L’ambiente dei tuoi clienti è sempre più complesso, Backup Exec 15 permette loro di esguire backup e recovery in modo semplice ed efficace, sempre e ovunque.
Segui questo webinar e scopri come Backup Exec 15 può semplificare e rispondere alle esigenze delle diverse infrastrutture.
If your organization is reliant on a rapidly aging version of SQL Server, you need to join SQL Server experts Michael McCracken from HOSTING and Rodney Landrum, a Microsoft SQL Server MVP, from Ntirety for this in-depth discussion of the hows, whys and whats of upgrading from Microsoft SQL Server 200X to SQL Server 2014. The interactive webinar will cover:
•The benefits of upgrading
•Considerations to understand
•How to smooth the transition
•Q & A
The Fastest, Easiest Way to Backup and Store Data—so You Can Do More Important Things
Are you still spending too much time backing up and storing data rather than using that information to drive business innovation? If so, it just might be time to consider an all-in-one backup target appliance (BTA).
Join us as Seagate appliance experts Anne Haggar and Samuel Nagalingam will help you answer these important questions:
1. Why are backup target appliances gaining steam in the market?
2. How do you know if a BTA is right for you?
3. How can Seagate’s BTA solve the problems you have managing your information and backing up enterprise applications?
After taking a high-level look at the latest trends in BTA technology, Anne and Samuel will introduce you to the powerful, all-new Seagate Backup Target Appliance—an all-in-one solution that provides an onsite backup point for your most important information, let’s you optionally run the EVault Director Backup and Recovery Software, and allows you to replicate to another BTA or to the cloud.
Find out how you can protect the information that matters most—wherever it resides—freeing you to use the information to drive innovation.
Software defined architectures are all the buzz, helping to start conversations about transforming customer data centers from cost centers into competitive advantages. But in today’s economy, no business can afford to stand still. And a business is only as agile as its IT organization allows. An agile data center and IT department can:
•Protect the infrastructure and easily recover if faults are found or predicted
•Control access to data while meeting compliance and regulatory requirements
•Deliver services quickly, resiliently, and cost-effectively
Join us on at 10am GMT on 16th April 2015 and learn how Symantec’s view of the “Agile Data Center” covers delivering the right resources in the right way to the users. Whilst bringing a broader view on how you can introduce critical solutions and new revenues around disruptive customer events.
For years ClearCase was the standard for enterprise SCM. If you had a large number of developers and lots of projects ClearCase was a great choice, while ClearCase MultiSite provided basic support for distributed teams. Now industry trends are converging toward a new generation of development tools and processes. Today, continuous delivery brings agile development and DevOps together, promising much shorter development cycles and higher quality.
Learn how moving from ClearCase to Subversion can improve your development processes and significantly reduce deployment cost and complexity. You'll also learn practical ClearCase to Subversion migration techniques.
• Differences and similarities between Subversion and ClearCase
• How to merge in Subversion
• Continuous delivery using Subversion: bringing agile and DevOps together for faster delivery and higher quality
• ClearCase vs. Subversion in a distributed development environment
• Migrating from ClearCase to Subversion
File sync has become commonplace in business environments, due in large part to the technology’s ease of use. But despite the potential for file sync to address many of today’s common business challenges, most file sync deployments aren’t used beyond basic file sharing.
In this BrightTALK exclusive webinar, eFolder explores five unique file sync and share deployments and shares how real organizations such as yours are deploying business-grade file sync solutions to dramatically improve employee productivity and transform their businesses.
In today’s economy, companies need to be highly focused on managing costs. Strategies involving far-flung suppliers with single-source, just-in-time contracts and outsourced manufacturing and assembly agreements are aimed at reducing costs and boosting the bottom line. This type of procurement strategy may increase profit margins, but it also significantly raises the risk and potential impact of an unexpected disruption in the supply chain. This is particularly true when little is known about key and critical suppliers and their business continuity plans.
The most recent port slowdown in the US had global ramifications. Eight months of failed labor talks with longshore workers have brought West Coast port congestion to a breaking point.
It is no wonder that the results from the most recent BCI/BSI Horizon Scan report showed that Supply chain disruption has risen by 11 places from 16th last year. As a global economy with so many interrelated processes, it is imperative that we evaluate and address third party risk with the utmost urgency in order to find a way to mitigate and manage them.
Approaches to addressing risk can vary greatly with what types of risk are considered acceptable along with the methods chosen to mitigate and minimize potential impacts. Assessing critical suppliers as well as those downstream Tier 2 and Tier 3 providers is a critical part of doing business in a globalized marketplace. Objective evidence of compliance, such as certification to international business continuity standards like ISO 22301, as well as updating supplier information on a regular basis is quickly becoming part of the initial screening process for choosing suppliers and maintaining a level of confidence and transparency.
Join us as we discuss best practice business solutions.
Please join AvePoint and Rackspace at 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. EST on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 as we discuss how the cloud affects governance and management strategies in the final webinar in the three-part series.
In this 60-minute webinar, Dux Raymond Sy, Chief Technology Officer for AvePoint Public Sector, Jeff DeVerter, Chief Technology Officer - Microsoft Technologies for Rackspace, John Peluso, Vice President of Product Management for AvePoint, Todd Klindt, SharePoint Consultant for Rackspace, and Shyam Oza, Senior Product Manager for AvePoint, will address strategies and tools for ensuring your cloud-hosted SharePoint content remains properly managed and protected.
Panelists will cover best practices, strategies, and tools for managing and protecting cloud-hosted users and content, ensuring you remain in compliance with your governance policies – no matter where your content resides. Whether you’re an IT manager, developer, administrator, or someone that wants to learn logistics behind moving to the cloud, please join us for what promises to be a lively and informative discussion!
The road to data center efficiency is paved with good intentions…but littered with unintended consequences. In this presentation, Chris Crosby will discuss how the industry-wide drive to increase data center efficiency by data center operators, end users, IT equipment manufacturers and others can ironically lead to major inefficiencies and dysfunction that go directly against the objects of these efforts. Crosby will discuss how high-density server architecture, government regulations, virtualization and other efficiency-minded initiatives are resulting in unexpected challenges and negative results. Crosby will also talk through approaches to achieving data center efficiency that avoid these unintended consequences.
For years vendors have been trying to drive down the cost of flash so that the all-flash data center can become reality. The problem is that even the rapidly declining price of flash storage can’t keep pace with the rapidly declining price of hard disk. As a result data that does not need to be on flash storage has to be stored on something less expensive. But does that less expensive storage need to be another hard disk array or could it be stored in the cloud?
In this webinar join Storage Switzerland’s founder George Crump and Avere Systems CEO, Ron Bianchini for an interactive webinar Using the Cloud to Create an All-Flash Data Center.
In this webinar you will learn:
1. The Challenges to Building an All-Flash Data Center
2. The Challenges to using On-Premise Hybrid Arrays
3. The Cloud Answer
4. The Three Steps to a truly All-Flash Future
A. Identifying Data
B. Designing The Right Infrastructure
C. Implementing That Infrastructure
Register today to learn how you can create an all-flash data center today, and be able to afford it. As always, we will leave plenty of time for an extensive Q&A session, so tune in to get your flash and cloud storage questions answered by our panel of storage experts. All registrants will also be able to access Storage Switzerland’s extensive library of on-demand webinars, many with exclusive white papers, without having to re-register.
Special Offer: All pre-registrants for this webinar will receive a copy of Storage Switzerland's latest white paper "How Cloud can enable the All-Flash Data Center" emailed after they register.
How often have you heard, “We don’t need a Business Continuity Plan because Everyone Can WFH (Work From Home)!” How many times has this oft-quoted bromide been an excuse for lack of proper planning? How many times has this strategy been proven to be inadequate? Who will be the next organization to learn the hard way? Will it be yours?
In this discussion you will learn:
· The common myths about working remotely
· The pitfalls and problems you will encounter
· Why WFH is an essential but not complete solution
· Lessons learned from practice – and actual – mass Work From Home events
· How to strengthen your WFH strategy and mitigate the shortcomings
Managing data has entered a higher realm. Enterprises are looking for a flexible approach to data management to move, store, protect, and recover data – without tying their business to specific hardware, network or interconnect protocols. Migrating data from old legacy platforms to new ones and having too many complex incompatible tools present challenges. Businesses need converged data services that work horizontally as well as modernizing data storage without “rip and replace.” FreeStor is the new paradigm in data services. With the brilliance of a single, software-defined platform that works across legacy, modern and virtual environments, IT managers can tap the smartest data solutions from one pane of glass.
Peter McCallum from FalconStor will discuss the following topics on April 28th at 3:00pm:
True Software Defined Storage and its impact on a hybrid datacenter
How Intelligent Abstraction merges legacy and modern infrastructure for optimized IT processes
Rethinking how we provision, protect, and recover data resources, and how that impacts your
FalconStor in the modern datacenter: meeting you where you are, and getting you to where you
Businesses are struggling to keep up with unpredictable demands, extreme data growth, and aggressive service-level agreements related to application and data availability. IT management is changing, and there is need for greater application administrator control over backup and recovery. Research shows that most enterprises have not significantly updated their data protection processes in the last 5-7 years. This has resulted in highly fragmented environments with multiple copies of information owned and protected in silos—in turn elevating cost and complexity. The need is there, and customers are aware of current data protection shortcomings
Join Tim Nolte for this webinar to understand how software and hardware can come together to deliver a joint backup, recovery and archiving solution
The Modern Data Center is the central part of many organisations today. Running critical applications, a robust virtual infrastructure and storage resources that hold the central unit of every organization: data. While the data center is dealing with increased demands and growth of data; there is an inherent need to make it available whilst keeping operational expense in check.
Attend this webinar to see how a timeless practice, the 3-2-1 Rule, can be used to enhance the availability of the Modern Data Center.
Specific points covered in this session include:
- Which technologies can be used to deliver the best RTO and RPO with the 3-2-1 Rule
- How can the replicated VM be part of 3-2-1 Rule strategy
- Define the off-site element of a data center availability strategy
Backup appliances vendors promise more confidence to IT professionals and a reduced total cost of ownership via all-in-one solutions. Backup software vendors promise a low initial purchase price and say that their offerings are “easy to use” using shrink-wrapped software. The problem? All the vendors seem to be hopelessly biased toward whatever they are selling.
Join Unitrends – which uniquely offers all-in-one physical backup appliances and virtual backup appliances as well as other data protection software – for an irreverent, unbiased review of how you can make the best decisions not only for your company – but for you personally.
Do you know where your data is? Backup isn't a simple matter of copying data to an offsite box each night anymore, especially if you're running hundreds of workloads on virtual servers.
Do you know which files are located on which media? Can you restore data accurately and reliably, and how long will the job take? These are the questions that keep IT admins up at night, but we have the answers.
Join this presentation as Rick Vanover will explain how to:
· Integrate backup with virtualization management platforms
· Protect virtual machines as well as data
· Leverage cloud resources for backup and recovery
· Optimize deduplication to keep backup workloads manageable
· Recover individual files and app items with ease
If transforming your data center without service interruptions is imperative, join this session to learn about a tested and proven methodology, the DKGm, that will get you there. It has produced to date on time and on budget data center transformations without service interruptions 100% of the time.
Join David-Kenneth Group’s Kristofer Mathisen as he presents the details of the DKGm, including its processes, procedures, tools and technologies for data center transformations.
Do you know how to calculate how your network downtime costs and the financial impact it has per location?
Every hour of network downtime can cost companies between $250,000 and $1 million. How many hours of network downtime do you experience each month?
When network connections fail, there is a loss of productivity, brand credibility and revenue – revenue that is likely lost to competitors. Whether your unplanned downtime is due to wired line outages or hardware failure, the cost of that downtime multiplied by expensive troubleshooting is simply too high.
Many put off business continuity planning until a problem occurs, which tends to be more expensive than investing in a solution now. If your business cannot afford network downtime, join this webinar to learn about failover solutions and the benchmarking formula to calculate your cost of downtime.
We are all guilty of procrastinating – and we all know the costs associated with procrastinating. Let us provide you with the solutions and tools to calculate the cost of downtime for your organization and the ROI a failover solution will provide.
Attendees will learn how to:
•Integrate wireless failover into existing network environments
•Reduce the high costs of staying connected
•Limit expensive truck rolls
•Calculate your network downtime costs
Information is the lifeblood of any business. If the data required to operate and maintain market presence becomes inaccessible, compromised, or worse – unrecoverable, the business impact could be devastating. Learn about the existing and emerging risks to your critical data infrastructure and business operations. What mitigation strategies are available and what considerations do you need to assess? How does the changing landscape for consumption of IT such as cloud, on-premise, and hybrid solutions effect survivability and securitization of your prized assets?
Data breaches of all sorts, affecting credit card providers, retailers and health care providers, suggest that such breaches will continue and grow as a major risk to all organizations and their IT, security, and compliance departments. At the same time, Big Data solutions are gradually becoming more prevalent, connecting many new sources of data and thus potentially increasing both the vulnerability and the magnitude of a data breach. It is no wonder that Stratecast survey data suggest that one of IT managers’ primary concerns with Big Data is security, yet the advantages of Big Data in enabling revenue creation make it very attractive to the business. This panel discussion will explore the security issues around Big Data.
In particular, the panel will discuss:
•Whether Big Data necessarily increases the risk of a security breach
•How to assess the risks associated with different types of Big Data solutions
•How to avoid data breaches in a Big Data environment
For many organizations MS-SQL is the backend to many of their mission critical applications. The environment provides a cost effective foundation for an organization to develop custom designed solutions that drive the business forward. As MS-SQL has risen in importance, the demands on the storage infrastructure have also increased. MS-SQL needs a high performance, well-protected storage system that is also cost effective. To meet these requirements many organizations are now looking at flash storage.
Join experts from Storage Switzerland and Tegile Systems as we discuss the various options that storage and MS-SQL administrators have as they begin to look for new ways to meet the MS-SQL challenge.
Over the past five years, cloud computing has become an essential element in an organization’s IT mix. At the same time, savvy IT decision-makers want to manage potential security risks involved when migrating their organization’s business-critical data to the cloud. Join Johan Hybinette, HOSTING’s Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), and Cliff Turner, Alert Logic’s Solution Architect for this interactive webinar.
Johan and Cliff will answer your cloud security questions including:
•What are key challenges that IT leaders face when planning for a cloud migration?
•What security factors should you consider when considering a hosted vs. on-premises solution?
•As your business moves to a cloud-based infrastructure, how do you adapt your IT security strategy?
•How do you make sure that your security policies are robust and implemented correctly by your teams and partners?
Bring your cloud questions and be prepared to walk away with key insights from two of the industry’s top thought leaders!
You can’t afford to lose even 5 minutes of business due to downtime these days. In this webinar, we will discuss several new strategies available in the marketplace to keep your communications platform safe from network outages, natural disasters and even that rogue backhoe operator.
Ogni anno, Symantec fornisce una fotografia completa sulle minacce presenti in rete in tutto il mondo, offre preziose informazioni sulle tendenze e le attività in corso e sulle loro evoluzioni. Non perdetevi questo evento annuale.
Registrati adesso per il nostro webcast 2015 sul Symantec Internet Security Threat Report per conoscere i principali risultati e le ultime tendenze oltre alle contromisure che si dovrebbero attuare.
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L’évolution permanente des besoins informatiques et la complexité des infrastructures impose le choix de solutions dynamiques et flexibles.
La nouvelle version de Symantec™ Backup Exec 15 arrive à point nommé. Il est peut-être temps de revoir votre infrastructure de sauvegarde/restauration. Que vous soyez ou non un utilisateur de Backup Exec, il est temps d’envisager un choix fiable et reconnu : le choix d’une solution performante et adaptée à tous les environnements, virtuels, physiques et basés sur le cloud.
Découvrez vite comment Backup Exec 15 peut vous fournir la flexibilité nécessaire pour protéger vos données, quels que soient vos besoins en matière de plate-forme, de technologie ou d’application. Protégez vos informations plus vite, restaurez ce dont vous avez besoin, quand vous en avez besoin, de la manière la plus simple qui soit.
If you’re busy protecting your organisation from IT threats, then it’s natural to focus on the here and now. However, the world of security is changing fast. Symantec’s annual report provides analysis from our team of experts. The report describes the security trends we observed in 2014 to help you be better prepared going forward.
Our Internet Security Threat Report Webcast distils the key findings from these trends to help you focus your defences and counter measures. The agenda includes:
• How attacker techniques are evolving
• Why vulnerabilities are still being exploited
• The dramatic rise in ransom ware
• Our simple steps that can yield big improvements across your security
If you are interested in the role security has to play in the day-to-day - tune in live to hear directly from Symantec’s security experts and take the opportunity to ask questions about how our findings might impact your organisation. Note, we will also be running a similar webcast aimed for executive leaders.
A good strategy relies on you knowing where you want to go. Unless you understand the latest security trends and challenges then your program could be off track. Every year, Symantec distils the expertise from our team of experts into the Internet Security Threat Report. We have recently published our 20th edition and invite you to join this webcast to gain insights to drive your security program.
Our Internet Security Threat Report Webcast summarises he key findings from these trends to help you focus your defences and counter measures. The agenda includes:
• How attacker techniques are evolving
• Why vulnerabilities are still being exploited
• The dramatic rise in ransom ware
• Our simple steps that can yield big improvements across your security
If you are interested in ensuring security contributes to business strategy - tune in live to hear directly from Symantec’s security experts and take the opportunity to ask questions about how our findings might impact your organisation. Note, we will also be running a similar webcast aimed for staff involved in day to day security.