teissR3 2020 replay: Avoiding counter-productive behaviour and extensive data loss during Response & Recovery


Watch this session of the teiss R3 | Resilience, Response and Recovery online summit 2020, featuring a presentation by IBM’s Duncan Blain and a panel discussion on how to avoid counter-productive behaviour and data loss during your response and recovery.


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This session includes:

Cyber Resilience – Accelerate your Cyber Recovery capability via Automation

– Reduce the human effort and extended recovery time experienced during the recovery from a cyber event by automating physical and virtual server recoveries from vaulted copies of your critical infrastructure

– 24 x 7 x 365 testing providing a real-time view of your critical business service’s readiness to recover from a Data Corruption or Cyber Event; and

– Enable the ability to automate the recovery of individual servers, business applications and groups of business applications that constitute critical front to back business or critical customer journey

 

Speaker: Duncan Blain, Business Process Resilience, DRaaS and Cyber Recovery SME, IBM

Avoiding counter-productive behaviour and extensive data loss during your Response & Recovery – reducing the business impact from a cyber incident

– How are people affected by stress during a response to an incident, and can decision making be automated to avoid overreactions? – Reducing the recovery time and measuring your organisation’s recovery from stress

– Identifying and mitigating changing behaviours and attitudes to security hygiene

Panelists:

Sarah Janes, Specialist in Culture & Behaviours in Security, Layer8

Keavy Murphy, Manager of Cyber Risk & Compliance, Cambridge Mobile Telematics

Duncan Blain, Business Process Resilience, DRaaS and Cyber Recovery SME, IBM

 

Chair: Thom Langford, Founder, TL(2) Security



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