Observe and Monitor: Strengthening Your Cyber-Resilience Strategy
Date: Thursday, September 14 at 11am PT / 2pm ET
The ability to effectively withstand, respond to, and recover from a cyberattack has always been a critical enterprise capability. But the threat landscape is ever-shifting. Ransomware tops the current most-common malware list, with Denial-of-Service (DoS) attacks and a creative range of phishing attacks racking up respectable numbers. Perhaps more importantly, the black hats are hitting those and other known vectors with newly AI-supported tools and strategies that threaten the enterprise like never before.
The key to your company's survival in this challenging environment is a cyber-resilience strategy that minimizes data and financial losses and gives employees everything they need to remain productive and keep the business up and running during an attack. And the key to that strategy is the ability to observe and monitor how applications behave and quickly identify anomalies when they occur.
In this Tech Talk, Kirsten Stoner, technologist at Veeam Software, talks with veteran technology journalist John K. Waters about current cybersecurity challenges in the enterprise, and strategies for protecting your company's most vulnerable assets.
Kirsten Stoner, Technologist, Product Strategy, Veeam Software
Kirsten Stoner is a Technologist on the Product Strategy team at Veeam Software. With over 7 years of industry experience, Kirsten has a specialized focus in data management, BC/DR and monitoring and analytics. Through her years interacting with the technical community, Kirsten continues to provide compelling technical content to engage audiences globally. Kirsten holds the Veeam Certified Engineer (VMCE) credential with an interest in cloud and security technologies.
John K. Waters, Editor at Large, Redmondmag.com