In today’s new reality of remote work, there has been a surge of ransomware attacks. Cybersecurity ranks as the No. 1 priority for local government officials. While ransomware attacks and cybersecurity breaches have been top of mind for city and county leaders, in recent months that focus has shifted to cybersecurity protocols and safe, secure technology infrastructure to support government employees working from home. To help mitigate these risks, it is important to have a sound data protection strategy so that you can recover your critical data quickly.
In this interactive discussion sponsored by AWS and Clumio, you’ll hear IT leaders from City of Davenport and McMaster University share their insights and experience with:
- IT challenges facing today’s new reality of remote work, etc.
- Ransomware threats for local governments and educational institutions
- Barriers to collaboration among CIOs, elected leaders, and top management
- Best Practices on how to navigate and protect their organization’s data
Toby Zellers, AWS Public Sector, Manager, Storage and Security Partners
Joe Ferguson, Cloud Sales Engineer, Clumio
Cory Smith, Chief Information & Technology Officer, City of Davenport, Iowa
Graig Kelly, Infrastructure Technology Manager, McMaster University