2024 Session
Fiesta 7/8
10:15 am - 11 am, Monday, September 23
Preparing your cyber-resilience strategy for operational survivability in 2025

Businesses notice cybersecurity adversaries becoming more creative with increasing cyber-attacks over the years. In 2023, generative artificial intelligence (AI) platforms and tools have increased cyberattacks by 85%, according to CFO Magazine.

With attack surfaces growing exponentially, and anticipation of adversaries launching cyberattacks more frequently in 2024 and 2025, businesses need to replace ineffective tools. This includes replacing data loss prevention tools (DLP), increasing ransomware protection against doxware, leveraging a zero-trust strategy against insider threats, and moving to a zero-knowledge vault for cloud storage security – with tools utilizing unified generative AI engines. We must proactively prepare to be ready

Learning Objectives:

  • Review alternatives and frictionless way to safeguard all of your data – regardless of file type
  • Review other options to securing data decryption keys
  • Review other methodologies to keep exiting employees from taking sensitive and proprietary data with them when they leave, in addition to enhancing cloud storage security
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