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Resilience in the Cloud: Navigating Disruption and Ensuring Business Continuity
Given the widespread adoption of hybrid work and an increasing reliance on cloud-based applications, the cloud has become critical infrastructure for modern enterprises. But the threat of disruption from catastrophic events including state-backed cyberattacks, vandalism, and natural disasters is ever-present. This session will bring together IT and security leaders to discuss challenges and strategies for building cloud resilience and ensuring high-availability, including how to prepare for and quickly recover from “black swan” events.
Attendees will discuss the importance of integrated services in cloud security platforms, including disaster recovery, dynamic performance-based selection, and customer-controlled data center exclusion. Learn about the benefits of cloud-native zero trust architecture in ensuring business continuity and how to assess the resilience of your existing infrastructure. Join your peers to share practical advice and real-world examples of ensuring secure, high-availability cloud-based systems and applications.
Potential Discussion Topics
What are the biggest challenges in building resilience in the cloud, and how can organizations overcome them?
How does a cloud-native zero trust architecture contribute to ensuring business continuity in the event of a disaster or security breach?
What should IT and security leaders consider when assessing the resilience of their current cloud infrastructure, and what steps can they take to improve it?
How can organizations ensure the security of their cloud-based systems and data in the face of state-backed cyberattacks and acts of vandalism?
How can organizations strike a balance between protecting their critical systems and applications and maintaining business continuity in the face of a disaster or security breach?
How can IT executives best convey cloud criticality and the dangers of black swan events to board members?