Make Every Second Count when Recovering from Cyber Outages
In partnership with and
June 14, 2022, 10:00-11:00 AM ET
1 CPE Credit Available for this Event***
Panel: Make Every Second Count when Recovering from Cyber Outages
Cyber-attacks and other disasters pose a constant risk to the IT operations of government agencies. The damage inflicted by these disruptions range in levels of severity and leave critical data and IT investments at risk for every hour of downtime. Preparing for a potential disaster may seem extreme, but thinking ahead and creating a plan for how to respond can make all the difference. A trustworthy modern data protection solution enables agencies to regain the use of critical systems and IT infrastructure as soon as possible after a crisis strikes.
During this panel, topic experts will explore how agencies can make every second count when recovering from an outage. What best practices and tools do they recommend? Are there any challenges that should be anticipated and if so, what solutions are effective for overcoming them? Our panelists will answer these questions and more as they dive deep into the importance, benefits, and steps to managing, implementing, and executing effective data protection strategies.
Deputy Chief Information Officer, National Nuclear Security Administration, U.S. Department of Energy (invited)
Branch Chief, Cyber Red & Blue Team, U.S. Coast Guard
Division Chief, Office of Innovation, Strategy, and Security, U.S. Department of State (invited)
Vice President, Public Sector & Compliance Strategy, Veeam Government Solutions
Global Chief Technology Officer, Qumulo
Moderator: Tom Suder
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