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Data is arguably one of the most important resources today’s organisations have at their disposal. If managed correctly, data can unlock rich customer insights and lead to better business decisions. However, if data is poorly managed it can lead to data sprawl, poor visibility, and increase the likelihood of a security breach.

While data must be easily accessible to those that need it, security must always be top-of-mind, to prevent your organisation’s greatest asset falling into the hands of adversaries. 

Threat detection, endpoint protection, immutable backups and disaster recovery are all key pillars of a successful incident response plan regardless of where that data is stored. But with threat actors deploying increasingly sophisticated attacks, security response teams must think outside the box. Tactics such as cyber deception, in which fake network environments or “honeypots” are used to catch adversaries and learn more about them, enabling security teams to respond at speed.  

This webinar, featuring bespoke research from Computing, will explore the challenges today’s IT leaders are facing in protecting their organisation from ransomware and other security threats. 

 It will examine how today’s organisations are keeping increasingly extensive and distributed data environments safe from adversaries and how investing in the right tools not only reduces risk, but also enables organisations to get the most out of their data. Finally, it will look at how cyber deception can help augment organisations’ incident detection and response strategies.

John Leonard

John Leonard

Research Director, Computing/The Channel Company EMEA

John is Research Director at Computing and Delta, where he tracks developments in the IT market and monitors technology choices made by IT leaders.
Ellen Daniel

Ellen Daniel

Commercial technology editor, The Channel Company

Ellen is a commercial technology content editor at The Channel Company where she produces white papers, industry reports, webinars, videos, interviews and articles, as well as conducting audience research. Previously, she worked as a senior reporter at business and technology title Verdict.
Cesar Cid de Rivera

Cesar Cid de Rivera

VP Sales Engineering INTL

Cesar is Commvault’s International VP of Sales Engineering, Cesar leads a high performing team of SEs around the globe, responsible for delivery of Commvault's Intelligent Data Management Services. With over 25 years of experience in the software industry, Cesar is truly an industry expert.

Cesar was leading the Technical Services Org for Commvault in EMEA South from 2013 to 2017. He rejoins the company [June 2022] and has worked for the likes of Pega and ServiceNow, as well as Symantec and Veritas. He is a seasoned professional who has led teams through huge growth and is joining us at a perfect time in our evolution as we grow our business at Commvault.

Cesar says that our focus on customers and partners and the current transformation disruption and our approach to it are the main elements that attracted him back to Commvault (aside the team spirit and great talent in the company). Cesar also believes that our market positioning unleashes unlimited possibilities to help our clients and prospects to be successful. He has always believed that an outside-in view of customer needs makes the biggest difference in the business. 
In his personal life, Cesar enjoys travelling with his family and going to gigs (he collects vinyl records from 80’s bands)! He enjoys watching sports, especially football, and is also a foodie who loves to cook and try out new restaurants.


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