CSO Webinar: Putting your data somewhere safe is one thing-but can you get it back when you need it?

Putting your data somewhere safe is one thing – but can you get it back when you need it?

Today’s businesses are producing so much data that a core part of IT strategy is just finding somewhere to store it. But as new privacy, data-security and disclosure laws push businesses to a higher degree of visibility and control over their data, it’s essential for every organisation to review their data holdings.

This review must necessarily include a robust strategy for not only storing data, but archiving and restoring it in meaningful ways that address the cost challenges of balancing corporate storage requirements.

Indeed, in the big-data world having good data governance has taken on such urgency that many businesses risk finding themselves unprepared – at just the wrong time. After all, if you can’t track down just the data you need, when you need it – you might as well not have it in the first place.

To learn more about how data governance can solve the compliance challenges of tomorrow, join CSO Australia, Iron Mountain and your peers  for an interactive Webinar where you will learn from subject-matter experts:

  • Why big-data strategies are creating new security and privacy risks for every company
  • How to inventory and classify data in ways that better reflect the needs of the organisation
  • When offsite storage – in physical facilities and in the cloud – is appropriate and inappropriate
  • How to design and maintain data-recovery strategies that will ensure a quick response to ever-changing business requirements, regardless of how much data you store

Iron Mountain

Live Webinar

Date/Time

Tuesday, 13th Mar 2018 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Venue

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On Demand

Date/Time

Wednesday, 14th Mar 2018 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Venue

On demand
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Iron Mountain

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Who Should Attend

  • CIOs, Director of Enterprise Security
  • CTOs , VPs
  • 2ICT, IT Managers
  • IT Security Managers
  • Network Managers