Why DORA Makes Operational Resilience a Priority For Financial Services

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Richard Cassidy, EMEA Field CISO at Rubrik

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Join Richard Cassidy, Rubrik’s EMEA Field CISO, for exclusive insights into the Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA). This new regulatory framework, designed to strengthen the EU's financial sector against operational disruptions and cyber-attacks, will come into effect soon! Get a comprehensive and actionable overview of DORA's prescriptions, discover essential strategies for building a compliance roadmap, and align your business goals with a robust cyber resilience strategy. Watch this and learn about: -> The five key requirements that financial services organisations need to comply with DORA -> How DORA is forcing financial services organisations to become more operational resilient -> How Rubrik can assist with DORA and how it can support financial services organisations strengthen their operational resilience journey Make sure to check out attachments, where we have made our latest insights on ransomware recovery and regulatory compliance available to you for free!
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