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Comprehensive Ransomware Protection and Recoverability For Cloud-Native Applications


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Sponsored by TRILIO

Tuesday, August 24, 2021
3 p.m. ET

Cyberattacks are on the rise. From retail to hotels and even schools, these attacks are painfully impacting organizations around the globe no matter the size or industry. One recent ransomware attack led to the complete shutdown of the major U.S. gasoline pipeline that delivers 45% of the fuel to the entire east coast.

Enterprises and smaller organizations alike understand the damage caused by ransomware and have created various strategies to mitigate the impact and facilitate data recovery. However, these attacks have become smarter, more specialized and more detrimental over the years and organizations need to have a more strategic approach to protecting their data.

Tune into this webinar to learn:

  • The importance of a comprehensive approach to ransomware protection that aligns with industry best practices.
  • The cloud-native application challenge and a discussion about points of attack.
  • How Trilio is aligning its technology to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework in order to minimize ransomware attacks within an organization by providing features across:
    1. Identification and protection
    2. Detection and mitigation
    3. Recoverability
Ben Morrison
Solutions Architect - Trilio
Ben Morrison is a solutions architect with Trilio based in San Francisco. With 3+ years of experience in Kubernetes, he is responsible for customer and partner engagement supporting the company’s go-to-market efforts in the cloud-native community.

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