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The Future of Data Protection
Data is critical to businesses. It’s growing exponentially and so is infrastructure! And this data is scattered on-premise, in clouds and backup systems. So how can companies deliver agility with such a growing data and infrastructure sprawl?
- Are companies viewing backup as an insurance policy? What else can be done with data aside from Google searches, testing and development, running analytics and meeting compliance?
- How can companies build an infinitely scalable platform to store petabytes of data such as backups, file shares, analytics, test & dev? Can this infrastructure scale up and down when needed while saving costs? How fast can backup and recovery time be?
- What are the best ways of protecting data and infrastructure from ransomware? Could ransomware attacks be predicted? And in case of a disaster, how long does it take to recover petabytes of data?
CEO at Suncorp Group
CIO at Sunnyfield
CIO at Bauer Media Group
CIO at Bevie
CIO at Vmch
CTO at Onceit
CTO at Opmantek
CTO & Head of Data at Latitude Financial Services
CISO at Kordia
CISO at The Smith Family
CISO at Fire and Rescue NSW
Managing Director at Data Driven Analytics
Head of Data Science at The Australian National University
Head of Data Governance at Monash University
Head of IT at Kiwi New Zealand
Head of IT at Stowe Australia
Executive Director at NSW Department of Customer Services
Director of IT at Canopy Growth Corporation
Director of Digital Platforms at Deakin University
Sr. Manager of Digital Service-Organisation at Stats NZ
Manager of Data Management at BHP
Websites & Analytics Lead at The Australian Red Cross Lifeblood
11:35 am: Log in of the guests
11:45 am: Short address from Cohesity
11:55 am: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
12:55 pm: Discussion brought to a close
11:20 am: Log in of the guests
11:30 am: Short address from Cohesity
11:40 am: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
12:40 pm: Discussion brought to a close