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.
The cloud has already become an integral facet to businesses worldwide, and with that comes an enhanced risk of data breaches and inconsistencies. It is never too early to prepare for the array of short- or long-term interruptions that can impact the operations of your organization. From aligning processes between the CRO and CFO, to colocation for continuity, to enhancing your data backup and monitoring, there is a lot to consider when building a framework for a successful business continuity plan. Join this summit to discover the latest trends and advances in managing your business’s risk.
The brand new world is both mobile and wireless. As more and more organizations begin to support BYOD initiatives, IT professionals are tasked with a difficult task of ensuring compliance, security and performance, while future-proofing their network infrastructure. 2015 is the year of widespread 802.11ac Wave 2 adoption but does it stand the chance against 802.11ad WiGig? Join this summit to learn how to prepare your organization for the world of BYOD and 802.11ac and get a glimpse into the future of mobile and wireless convergence into an all-wireless workplace.
Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks are the primary threat to the quality and availability of networks, online services and applications. 2014 was an inflection point for DDoS attacks, the beginning of the Hockey Stick Era, with massive attacks exceeding 400Gbps. More bandwidth, better attack tools and sophisticated attackers focus on leveraging the reflection/amplification capabilities of DNS, NTP and other vulnerable protocols means that massive attack size is now a fact of life for network operators.
Whether you are using Flowspec to manage network traffic flow, or you are setting out on the virtualization path with SDN and NFV, your organization must be equipped with a comprehensive DDoS protection plan to ensure the secure availability that’s expected from you.
Join Rakesh Shah, Director of Product Marketing and Strategy at Arbor Networks, for a DDoS protection focused summit featuring these presentations:
Best Practices for DDoS Protection;
Deploying Flowspec in a Service Provider Environment;
SDN and NFV: Protecting the Next Wave of Infrastructure.
Data is an integral part of every organization, be it a small business or a Fortune 100 enterprise. Ensuring your data is protected from a system downtime or a natural disaster is imperative to the overall health and success of your organization. And as we’re witnessing the rise of workplace mobility, data security is a larger than ever concern in 2015. With cloud, virtualization and on-premise options on the table, how do you craft the most cohesive backup and recovery strategy for your organization? Hear the answer from a line-up of industry experts in this summit.
In 2014, we witnessed the hyper-growth of unified communications, wireless technologies and mobility as a means to greater organizational efficiency through reliable voice and video communications, fast and secure networks and Bring-Your-Own-X implementations. In addition, application networking services and software-defined networking have created an even bigger challenge for IT professionals to ensure availability of these newest initiatives, while ensuring performance and security.
In 2015, effective network management is more critical than ever in achieving and sustaining organizational growth. Join this summit to hear industry experts share their vision on the year ahead and provide best practices on preparing your network infrastructure to withstand the ever-growing needs and demands of today’s IT world.
Whether it’s a natural disaster, epidemic or system outage, your organization must be prepared to withstand a disruptive event and continue operations without the loss of data, human resources or infrastructure. This can only be accomplished by thorough business continuity planning and carefully selected disaster recovery solutions. Is your organization prepared? Join this summit to evaluate your BC/DR plan and learn how you can be prepared for the unknown.
Understanding and effectively managing risk and threat intelligence is key to making the right security investments and defending your organization’s network, data and people. A risk based security mindset allows security teams to move from reactive to proactive security against evolving threats which can seriously undermine an organization's bottom line. This summit will focus on how to leverage risk-based security tactics and cutting-edge technology to effectively secure your network in an age or rapidly evolving threats.
The ever-increasing dependency on technology and the big shift to the cloud has created a far greater set of risks related to any type of disruption or failure. Without your data, you are out of business. How can an organization recover their IT operations quickly and efficiently after a major disruption? Join this summit to hear industry experts offer best practices for mitigating risk and explore backup and archiving strategies vital to an effective disaster recovery plan.
With security attacks becoming more sophisticated seemingly by the day, the threat landscape is changing constantly. Recent high-profile data breaches have caused CIO’s and CISO’s all over the world to re-think their security strategies and adopt a more risk-based approach. In this summit, industry thought leaders will share best practices for adopting a risk-based security strategy, identify today’s most prevalent risks and security controls you can implement to ensure business continuity and stay one step ahead of today's threats.
In 2013, 20% of companies reported taking longer than 30 hours to recover IT operations after their last major disruption, according to the State of IT Resiliency and Preparedness study conducted by Forrester Research and the Disaster Recovery Journal. As the industry is constantly evolves, BCDR professionals often look to their network for information on how to better handle these disruptions. Join industry thought leaders as they discuss how to update your BCDR strategies, manage risk, keep your critical infrastructure up and running when disaster strike and how to manage your data growth.