Public Sector Tech Talk E25: Data Centric Security for the Public Sector
Hackers can do a lot of damage in just a few seconds. In 2020, ransomware attacks cost U.S. government organizations around $18.9 billion in terms of downtime and recovery costs. This includes destruction of data, theft of intellectual property, removal and restoration of compromised data and systems, unhappy constituents who were unable to access key infrastructure and government services, not to mention reputational harm. During this Public Sector Tech Talk, NetApp joins WWT to provide insight on how to secure and protect public sector organizations against today's top cybersecurity concerns, discuss trends in recent ransomeware attacks, and share best practices for protecting government agencies against malicious actors who intend to prevent the delivery of mission-critical services.
World Wide Technology
Chief Technology Advisor
CTO Public Sector Partners and Federal Civilian
Goals and Objectives
After viewing this episode, attendees will have a better understanding of why ransomware attacks have been successful, how to determine if your data is vulnerable and what measures you need to take to protect it, how to estimate the likelihood and assess the probable impact of an attack, and the importance of using certified security products and solutions to protect your infrastructure and data.
Who should attend?
Public Sector IT professionals looking to learn about emerging technologies and drivers shaping the future of government. This series is geared towards those that are developing and executing solutions that address the unique challenges faced by federal, state, and local governments. In this case, a focus on data security.