DxP, the cloud data protection summit hosted by Druva, is about four weeks away and we’re building an exciting virtual experience designed to educate you and help you understand the critical role that cloud data protection and management can play across your organization. The session tracks encompass a variety of workloads impacting businesses across the globe:
- Cyber resilience and information security
- Data protection for the remote workforce
- Data center digitization and cloud migration
- Protecting cloud environments — IaaS, PaaS, SaaS
Ransomware is one of the biggest threats to your corporate security and data, constantly testing your cyber security and resiliency strategy. CISO, information security managers, and or anyone that needs to respond to ransomware would really benefit from our cyber resilience and information security track.
We’ve already given you a sneak peek into the data center digitization and cloud migration track, so let’s explore what you can learn from your peers and Druva subject matter experts on responding to ransomware attacks.
What will you learn?
We have four sessions on this track that include:
- Expert CISO panel: mitigating security risks
- Your last line of defense: air-gapped backups for ransomware recovery
- Automating a foolproof ransomware recovery through ecosystem integrations
- Protect your backups from cyber threats with FireEye and Druva
All of the sessions will give you more insight into the market trends around ransomware and cyber security, along with hands-on demonstrations of products in action.
Do you understand your cyber security risks and how to address them?
One of the biggest threats to your cyber security is your people, who are exposed to social engineering attacks designed to penetrate your defenses. We’ve brought together top CISOs from diverse industries such as services, architecture, pharmaceuticals, and technology to discuss key considerations for cyber security and what you need to know.
How can you quarantine infected backups and recover with confidence?
Druva has exciting new features that we’re introducing at DxP to increase your ability to detect and recover from ransomware attacks. We’re not quite ready to let you peek behind the curtain just yet, so join us in this interactive demo session!
Ransomware response never happens in a vacuum
Druva understands that preventing, detecting and responding to ransomware requires an orchestrated effort across all the tools in your arsenal. That’s why we partner with industry experts in SIEM and SOAR to automate event management and ransomware response. We have two sessions dedicated to our partner solutions, including real-time demonstrations to show you how to deploy these solutions for yourself.
Join us at DxP
The fun and learning with Druva starts on November 17th. When it does, I hope you’ll plan to join us, our customers, and partners in a half day of conversations, ideas, and stories. Register here.