Ransomware Recovery in 2022
Date: Tuesday. September 6th at 11am PT / 2pm ET
We know that having a reliable backup can be the difference between downtime, data loss and paying a costly ransom. Unfortunately, when it comes to ransomware, most organizations data security strategies aren’t evolving to meet the threat.
During this session we will discuss how you can improve your defenses and reduce the risk of data loss through the lens of the Veeam® 2022 Ransomware Trends Report.
Among the topics we will cover are:
- Findings from the 2022 Ransomware Trends Report
- How you can prepare for a ransomware attack
- Why immutability and air gapping are key to data security
- Best practices for rapid reliable recovery
- And more!
About the presenters:
Jason Buffington, Vice President, Market Strategy, Veeam
Jason Buffington (@JBuff) has been in the data protection industry for over 30 years, working on a variety of backup, replication/failover, and BC/DR solutions within data protection vendors and Microsoft. Prior to joining Veeam, Jason was the Principal Analyst at the Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) covering the myriad data protection vendors and providers in the IT industry. Outside of IT, Jason is an active volunteer leader in Scouting BSA. At Veeam, Jason focuses on accelerating the success of enterprise customers through Veeam's key alliance partnerships, as well as strategic special projects, evangelizing thought leadership at key industry events, and communicating Veeam’s long-term vision and strategy.
Chris Hoff, Security & Data Protection Marketing Manager, Veeam
Chris’ career has been deeply rooted in cyber security with over 15 years of diverse technical experience. He is currently driving the Security and Data Protection Marketing effort at Veeam. Before joining the team, Chris has held various engineering, sales, and product management roles. During his career, he’s helped numerous organizations manage cyber risks by designing solutions that align with industry frameworks, programs, and compliance mandates.
Duration: 1 hour