11AM PT, 2PM ET
State and local governments face increasing cybersecurity incidents and many of them have challenges around disaster recovery. Ideally, IT teams should test recovery and backup systems regularly but become infrequent since processes are so laborious and time intensive. This leads to security gaps, the potential for significant data loss, and financial hardship if the agency falls victim to a ransomware attack or other cybersecurity incident.
Moving disaster recovery to the cloud allows state and local governments to speed time to resolution and lower cost to recovery while ensuring mission-critical applications and services are available when constituents need them most.
Join Government Technology on June 23 at 11:00 a.m. Pacific/2:00 p.m. Eastern as we discuss how the cloud allows government to build more resilient operations and improve your ability to regain access and functionality after a major disruption.
Attendees will learn:
- Why the traditional approach to disaster recovery doesn’t equip state and local governments with the capabilities they need to combat today’s sophisticated security threats
- The key benefits governments gain from cloud-based disaster recovery, including the ability to take advantage of automation
- Best practices for the transition to cloud-based disaster recovery – including establishing recovery time objectives and ensuring good data governance