Using the CIA promise to protect data (…the other CIA)

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Toon Geens, Ronny Timmermans, Ryan Meek & Adrian J Herrera

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The shift to all-digital workflows has increased in momentum and so have malware, ransomware and crypto-locking attacks. So, how do you keep the CIA promise (Confidentiality, Integrity and Accessibility) for content repositories and archives in light of these constant threats? In this episode of Brews & Bytes, Toon Geens, XeniT CTO, Ronny Timmermans, XeniT Co-Founder & Managing Director, and Ryan Meek, Caringo Principal Solutions Engineer, join host Adrian Herrera, Caringo VP Marketing, to discuss these questions: --How does an organization get started addressing threat prevention and detection? --Are there ways to contain threats and mitigate exposure? --Can repairing and healing from data integrity issues be automated?

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