Can you recover from critical data loss?

Join Us: October 20th 2020 | 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM AEST

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October 20th 2020

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2:30 PM to 3:30 PM AEST

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Data loss due to cyber-attacks via ransomware, is the top business risk for organisations in every sector today. Agility in critical data recovery is no longer just aspirational.
A hybrid multicloud environment increases the complexity of being able to successfully recover critical business operations in the event of an outage. In a world where risk is changing every day, including the growth of cyber-attacks, companies are moving from a traditional/manual recovery approach to an automated and software-defined resiliency approach. This latter method is becoming the new norm to support the demands of continuous business operations.
This session will focus on how this risk has made it important for organisations to make recovery a critical part of their strategies.
Learn how Resiliency Orchestration with Cyber Incident Recovery can help organisations recover on the public cloud of their choice (AWS / IBM Cloud / Azure) with an automated solution.
Join us as we share detailed case studies, insights and best practices, to help you understand how this capability has helped IBM clients solve their technology, risk and compliance challenges.

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    In Conversation With

    Kaustubh Vazalwar

    Resiliency Services Practice Leader IBM Australia and New Zealand

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