How’s everyone else managing their data amid all this upheaval? Find out here…

Promo A lot has changed over the past six months, but one thing hasn’t: your company’s data is still its most important asset, and protecting it is crucial.

But with the cloud transforming your infrastructure, economic upheaval and the pandemic transforming your business environment, and bad actors continually transforming how they’re plotting to compromise you, the challenges have never been greater.

At times like this, you need to be able to take stock, see what your peers are doing, work out what you’re doing right, and consider what help you could do with.

And that’s why you should join DxP, The Cloud Data Protection Summit, on November 17, from 8am PST, brought to you by Druva.

Naturally the lineup of this immersive virtual experience will feature Druva’s own experts on data protection in the cloud, including CEO Jaspreet Singh, CTO Stephen Manley, and CMO Thomas Been.

They will be joined by speakers from end users, including Shaun Marion, CISO at Republic Services; OHEL’s IT manager Aaron Matatov; Hope Global CIO Tom Ferrucci; and Chipotle CISO Dave Estlick. You’ll also get to hear from Zoom’s CIO Sunil Madan and the video conferencing platform’s CISO, Jason Lee.

In addition to keynotes from top speakers, you’ll be treated to 16 in-depth sessions, spread over four tracks, including:

  • Protecting cloud environments: Iaas and Paas
  • Cyber resilience and information security
  • Data center digitization and cloud migration
  • Data protection for the remote workforce

All the sessions are focused on delivering practical advice and best practices, drawing on real life examples, whether you’re an IT pro, a technologist, or a developer.

So if you’re looking for best practices across the full gamut of data protection use-cases, want to dive deep into ransomware response and recovery, need to reduce your data center foot print, or are wondering how everyone else is managing to secure the remote workforce, DxP will give you the answers.

This all happens on November 17, from 8am, Pacific Time, and is cost free. As for where? Well, that’s up to you. All you need to do is head over to the registration page, here, drop in your details and you’ll be able to log on from the location of your choice. And if you’re really quick, you’ll get one of a very limited number of DxP t-shirts.

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