Strategies and Best Practices for Proactive Data Security

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Duane Hopkins, Sr. Manager, Cyber Security at Carhartt, Martin Walter, VP Product Management at Rubrik

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Data, your most important asset, is growing at a breakneck pace and must be accessible to be useful in today’s business. How do we enable agility and innovation while enabling the necessary security controls? Gaining visibility into your data, where it resides, and who has access can help you proactively limit the scope and impact of a cyber attack. Join our industry experts as they discuss strategies and best practices for a proactive approach to data security. Make sure to take a look at the attachments as well - we've added extra learnings on how to optimise data protection and provided you with additional resources to help set you up for success.
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