How AmFam Leverages Data Protection To Double Down On Securing AWS Environment

Presented by

Nate Brooks, Technology Services Manager, American Family Insurance | Bill Gurling, Technology GTM Manager

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The cyber threat landscape is constantly evolving. “The insurance industry itself is heavily attacked – whether it’s policy holder information or COVID-19 frauds, scams are being thrown at us left and right,” explained Nate Brooks, Technology Services Manager, AmFam Group. He continued, “We’re also seeing more catastrophic events than we’ve ever seen before. This means more hurricanes, hail damage, wildfires, and flooding.” “Our purpose is to protect our customers in their darkest moments.” Ensuring AmFam’s cyber resiliency and data security is critical to their policyholders' livelihoods and well-being. In this session, you’ll hear from AmFam and Rubrik on how you can simplify your backup, monitoring, and recovery of your AWS workloads on a single platform and achieve cyber resilience. Watch this and learn about: -> How the threat landscape is evolving and what this means to global enterprise organisations -> Ways to leverage third-party data protection technology to safely scale your business -> How to remove the guesswork in cyber resiliency and recovery To learn more about AmFam and Rubrik, check out attachments - we've added extra learnings on how to optimise data protection and provided you with additional resources to help set you up for success. Speakers: Nate Brooks, Technology Services Manager, American Family Insurance Bill Gurling, Technology GTM Manager, Rubrik Sudhindra Sheshadrivasan, Product Manager Rubrik | Kev Johnson, Technical Marketing Architect, Rubrik

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