Cyber Resilience – Enhancing Data Recovery In The Age Of Ransomware
The cost of cyber-crime to businesses in New Zealand is on the increase as new figures show growing levels of ransomware attacks, scams and fraud. In 2019, ransomware attacks cost businesses and the public sector over $41 million, not including the downtime costs from each event.
As companies adjust to this ‘new normal’ of sustained and sophisticated cyberattacks, security strategies are moving from cyber prevention to cyber resilience, creating environments that minimise what hackers can see and the impacts ransomware can have on businesses.
With today’s technological advancements, IT leaders can now achieve a rapid business recovery without the need to compromise data – maximising security, minimising complexity and eliminating costly downtime.
How can businesses become more resilient by enhancing data recovery?
In today’s risky environment, what are the best ways of protecting companies’ data from sophisticated cyber-attacks?
How can businesses cost-effectively reduce the impact of a cyberattack and get operations up and running again as quickly as possible?
2.50 pm: Guest to check-in online 3:00 pm: Ortus Master of Ceremonies to make introductions 3:05 pm: Short Introduction by Lucas from Dell and Murray from Unisys on key risks and challenges 3:15 pm: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the guests 4.15 pm: Wrap up & discussion brought to a close
General Manager of Data Protection Solutions, Dell Technologies
Lucas is the General Manager of the Data Protection Solutions business and a member of the Executive Leadership team at Dell Technologies Australia and New Zealand. Based in Melbourne, Lucas leads a team of data protection specialists who enable companies to modernise and automate their data protection platforms and overcome data protection barriers.
With a passion for managing risk, Lucas’ team enables customers to solve multi-cloud, data growth and cyber-security challenges, allowing them to focus on meeting their business objectives. Working closely with customers across multiple sectors, his team helps organisations accelerate digital transformation by focusing on the value and resilience of their data, and enabling them to scale for current and future demands.
Lucas joined Dell Technologies (formerly EMC) in 2015. Prior to Dell Technologies, he held senior positions at NextDC and Symantec. He has over 20 years of experience specialising in solving business problems with technology in the areas of security, risk and data protection.
Unisys Corporation is focused on information technology. The company provides IT Services, software and technology. They are focused on outsourcing & managed services, systems integrations & consulting services, high-end server technology, cybersecurity & cloud management software and maintenance & support services.
Dell Technologies (NYSE:DELL) helps organizations and individuals build their digital future and transform how they work, live and play. The company provides customers with the industry’s broadest and most innovative technology and services portfolio for the data era.
Thursday, 23rd of July, 2020
3:00 PM (GMT+12)
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