Dan Lohrmann, Presidio | Earl Duby Ignite InfoSec | John Jacobs, Fortinet | Scott McKinnon, VMware
In 2021, businesses spent on average $1.85 million recovering from ransomware attacks, according to Sophos “State of Ransomware 2021”. Ransomware damages are costly, and now increasing attacks are forcing security leaders to re-evaluate their backup and recovery processes. However, there’s an even bigger disrupter to disaster recovery processes: cloud technology, which is changing the way data is protected and how people need to prepare for recovery.
Cloud-based business continuity and disaster recovery have long been hailed as a cost effective, accessible, and safe option for organisations looking to achieve operational resiliency. With increasing cyber attacks, supply chain difficulties, and natural disasters, organizations need to take a deeper look into how Cloud can impact their backup management and disaster recovery plan.
In this episode, we’ll be looking at how organizations can effectively protect themselves in the age of Cloud.
Join us to learn:
- How Cloud technology has evolved and impacted security leaders’ disaster recovery and business continuity plans over the past 18 months
- Differences between disaster recovery in cloud computing versus traditional disaster recovery
- Deciding between on-premise data centers or a migration to cloud and how to incorporate Cloud into your disaster recovery plans
- And more!