Ransomware attacks are in the news every day, causing significant business impact to organizations worldwide. According to ESG, strengthening cybersecurity is the business initiative most commonly identified as driving the most technology spending in organizations over the next 12 months.
When a cyberattack successfully occurs, proactive security solutions may not be enough to fend off the enemy. It is vital to business success that when data is compromised it is recovered.
Leading experts from DXC and Dell, alongside ESG, discuss:
- The current state and frequency of cyber attacks
- The business need for cyber-resiliency
- How to develop and build best practices and solutions for successful cyber resiliency
- Why as-a-Service benefits customers look for a pay-as-you-go model to cyber resiliency
Christophe Bertrand (Moderator), senior analyst, Data Protection, ESG Research
David Langlands, vice president, Security Offerings, DXC Offerings & Strategic Partners, DXC Technology
Peter Scott, vice president of Security, DXC Technology
Jim Shook, attorney and director, Cybersecurity and Compliance Practice, Dell Technologies
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