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Finding the Ransomware Threat INSIDE Your Backups


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In 2021, 66% of companies were hit by ransomware. While 46% of those organizations paid the ransomware, only 4% restored all their data. To guarantee successful data recovery and business continuity, enterprises must adopt a modern backup infrastructure approach.

Ransomware hiding in backups is particularly problematic, as it can re-introduce malware in production, leading to higher time to recover. Reliable backups are the ONLY way to recover from ransomware.

During this livestream, cybersecurity expert and president and CEO at BetterCyber Luciana Obregon will break down how you can lower RTO and RPO and create a reliable data recovery workflow. Modern backup data infrastructure must be immutable, isolated (air-gapped), scanned for and cleansed of malware and must be directly mounted (instant recovery).

Luciana Obregon
Founder & CEO, BetterCyber
Luciana Obregon, founder and CEO of BetterCyber, was formerly a security architect at PayPal Holdings, Inc., a worldwide online payments system and money transfer company. Before PayPal, Luciana spent nine years working for Marathon Petroleum Corporation, serving in several capacities including security solutions architecture, security engineering and network security engineering. BetterCyber Consulting's mission is to bring quality, sensible and personalized cybersecurity services to underserved markets.
Naj Husain
CEO & Founder, Elastio Software
Naj is the CEO and founder of Elastio. He is a serial entrepreneur with more than 25 years of experience forming and building high-growth, venture-backed software technology companies including Precise/SRM (acquired by Veritas), AppAssure (acquired by Dell) and Cloudistics (acquired by Fungible). In his prior company AppAssure, a leading data protection company, Naj led the company as it grew revenue to a $50 million run rate in four years, resulting in the company earning the crown of fastest growing backup company worldwide by Inc. Magazine. Naj received his Bachelor of Computer Science from the University of Maryland and lives in The Plains, Virginia. Naj enjoys investing in startups, playing polo with his family and racing cars competitively in his spare time.


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