About this webinar:
Most business processes today are digital. So, when an organisation is hit with ransomware, the damage to productivity and reputation can be massive. Some companies think that having backups in place in the instance of a ransomware attack makes them safe, but these backups can be compromised in the same way as other IT infrastructure. Many businesses end up begrudgingly paying the attackers – making it a lucrative and expanding occupation.
It’s vital to take a belt and braces approach to securing your organisation – robust cyber security with a safety net of rapid, secure and up-to-date data recovery, in case of critical failure or ransomware attacks.
With ransomware attacks becoming increasingly effective and likely, remediation plans are a must-have for organisations everywhere – ensuring minimal data loss and productivity delays.
This Webinar will focus on how organisations are managing their ransomware remediation plan, including: time taken to restore following a ransomware attack, backup compromise risks and the increasing sophistication of ransomware attacks. It will also explore participant opinions around what a solid plan looks like and how they might benefit from visualising the before and after states of ransomware attacks.
Participants will be asked to share their experiences around the labour costs of restoring systems and the productivity loss that comes with such delays. It will also explore the use of instant recovery, immutable file systems, and granular impact assessments to accelerate remediation from security threats.
VP of Sales Engineering, RubrikView presenter info
James Hughes is VP of Sales Engineering at Rubrik and formerly a field CTO focusing on our global enterprises. James joins us from Schroders where he was Global Head of Infrastructure & Shared Services Technology. As a technology executive, he was responsible for their complete infrastructure transformation, building the global team, changing the operating models, leading DevOps & Agile, cloud adoption, automation and building a code- driven infrastructure. There he changed the user experience & perception of technology by building a platform which allowed global users to work from anywhere. Coupled with this were new channels to get insight & data, get new technology and support adopting a more Amazon & Apple approach to tech, rather than traditional financial services. Previously he was Head of Production Services at Premium Credit, VP of Infrastructure at PIMCO and Head of Central IT for Investec Bank Plc.
He is a Chartered Information Technology Professional with the British Computer Society and board member of various governance & standards bodies.
Content Strategist & Research Analyst, Enterprise Technology, ComputingView presenter info
Andrew is an enterprise technology writer, editor, publisher, strategist and consultant; illuminating digital transformation in the connected world and educating businesses on the opportunities and challenges presented by cloud and edge computing, the Internet of Things, automation, AI, and Big Data. He is a former Editor and Publisher of Internet of Business and now oversees Incisive Works’ enterprise technology thought-leadership content creation, including multimedia digital experiences, whitepapers, webinars, videos, and podcasts
National Cyber Lead, Police Digital Security CentreView presenter info