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  • Tuesday 6th February at 11:40am - 11:50am

    Top 5 Best Practices to Boost Data Resilience in a Hybrid World

    Location: Speaker Corner (World of Solutions) Hall 1


    Data is growing exponentially everywhere. It’s also under attack, with ransomware threats rising 95% year over year. To mitigate risk, organizations need to keep data and workloads safe from cyberattacks and make them quickly recoverable when an incident happens.

    In this session, we’ll explore a comprehensive data resilience strategy to strengthen data security and support recovery SLAs for your business. You’ll leave with pragmatic ideas to defend data against threats, respond to incidents faster, and achieve rapid recovery in your hybrid cloud and multicloud environments.


    Damien Philip, Cisco Alliance Field CTO, Cohesity.


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