Join IBM resiliency services experts at VMworld Europe

By: Ally Klopsch

Worried about the next cyberattack? You’re not alone.

The World Economic Forum ranks cyberattacks #3 in the top 5 most likely global risks in The Global Risks Report 2018. The report also cites that attacks on businesses have nearly doubled in five years. Yet many enterprises don’t have cyber incident response plans. To find out more about business continuity plans, please schedule a consultation with one of our experts.

This is your opportunity to meet face to face with IBM Business Resiliency Services thought leaders at VMworld Europe in Barcelona, Spain. We’ll be on hand to discuss cyber resilience and disaster recovery trends and proactive steps you can take to protect your company and data.

Be sure to stop by Booth #D309 and discuss your business continuity needs with IBM resiliency experts like Craig Poole or schedule a meeting with Allen Downs, Vice President, Global Resiliency Services, IBM. Register for your sessions today and don’t forget to follow our IBM VMworld speakers on Twitter. You can also catch these theater sessions at our booth:

Theater sessions

Session 1

Tuesday, November 6 – 2:30 PM to 2:40 PM
Orchestrated recovery of your critical VMs from a malicious cyber attack
Featured speaker:  Cyrus Niltchian, Offering Manager, Orchestration Software, IBM Business Resiliency Services, GTS

Session 2

Tuesday, November 6 – 5:30 PM to 5:40 PM
Resiliency > Recovery: Achieving resilience against cyberattacks for hybrid environments
Featured speaker:  Cyrus Niltchian, Offering Manager, Orchestration Software, IBM Business Resiliency Services, GTS

Session 3

Thursday, November 8 – 11:30 AM to 11:40 AM
Zero tolerance: How orchestrated disaster recovery can help eliminate downtime
Featured speaker:  Craig Poole, Global Offering Manager – DRaaS, IBM Business Resiliency Services, Global Technology Services

Doing business around the clock requires continuous business availability of all the IT infrastructure supporting business-critical applications, including physical servers, VMware instances, storage systems and network devices. The technology that makes this happen has also grown by leaps and bounds over the last couple of decades and so has its vulnerability, due the sophistication of the latest cyberattacks. It’s not a matter of if but when the next cyberattack happens. Don’t wait — build your cyber resilience plan today.

About The Author

Ally Klopsch

Principal Consultant, Marketing and Communications

Ally Klopsch is a results-driven and highly accomplished marketing leader who excels in developing and implementing marketing strategies with a customer first focus. For over 20 years working in multiple industries including technology, banking, education and healthcare, Ally has demonstrated success in delivering best in class marketing initiatives that extend across channels, thought leadership, communications,... Read more

Post a comment