How to Recover and Protect Data Efficiently

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Protecting your data from attackers can feel like a game of cat and mouse. Losing the game has serious consequences especially with the upcoming GDPR enforcement. Knowing where your data is, how to protect it and retrieve it effectively are key principles all organizations must master – whether that data is stored in the cloud or locally.

Email data is a key repository that demands attention. How secure and efficiently stored is your email data, and how quickly can you retrieve it?

In this webinar we will look at data protection and recovery, how to ensure you have a Plan B when the worst happens and to make sure there is accessibility to your data in all cases.

Key takeaways:

  •           How to reduce the risk of a breach
  •           How to back up and archive data without a headache
  •           What a subject access request looks like, and what you need to be able to do to fulfil it
  •           How to recover data efficiently
  •           What to do when your primary mail system goes offline


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Dan Sloshberg

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