November 8, 2018 by Siobhan Climer
Experts agree: to survive the age of ransomware and climate change you need a disaster recovery plan to ensure business continuity. But how do you prepare? Join Mindsight CTO and VP of Consulting Services, Jason Wankovsky, as well as IT and business leaders from various organizations to discover strategies to help protect and recover your organization’s critical data.
CAMP IT: Nov. 14, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Location: Donald E. Stephens Convention Center Rosemont (O’Hare) Illinois
CAMP IT: Nov. 14 – Overview
The upcoming event, Disaster Recovery / Business Continuity – Resilient Infrastructure: Chicago, seeks to help business leaders either take the first steps in disaster recovery strategy, or analyze their current plan for gaps and potential solutions. As Mindsight CTO and VP of Consulting Services, Jason Wankovsky, said in a recent interview: “It’s no longer if you’re breached, it’s when, and what are you going to about it.”
The truth is, though, that the reason you need to backup and plan for disaster doesn’t matter. Whether ransomware, natural disaster, or an accident-prone employee, disaster happens. Businesses that survive disaster have a plan and are ready when it strikes.
CAMP IT encourages CIOs, VPs, Directors, DR Managers, and InfoSec Managers to attend. During the full one-day conference, registrants can expect to learn about:
- Calculating value of DR investments
- Recovering from ransomware and breaches
- Reducing DR cost and risk
- Implementing DR in the cloud with DC failover
- Interpreting metrics and business interruption
- Setting IT DR expectations
In addition to the five conference sessions, you are invited to join in an intriguing panel discussion: Business and IT: Planning with the End in Mind – How to Bake BC/DR Into Everything You Do. Representatives from U.S. Cellular, Hyatt, CNA Insurance, American Family Insurance, and more will join in the conversation, including audience members. The CAMP IT: Nov. 14 event promises to dive deep into the hardest challenges IT Directors in every industry face when developing secure disaster recovery strategies.
A History Of CAMP IT Events
Organizing impressive conversations on cybersecurity, disaster recovery, and infrastructure is nothing new to CAMP IT, which has been producing events since 1984 that seek to support IT leaders in Chicago. Today, the Corporation Association for Microcomputer Professionals (CAMP) IT receives international attention for the expertise it brings together to analyze and strategize around technology’s toughest challenges.
Join CAMP IT: Nov. 14 For DR Conference
Register today to take part in this conference that promises to foray into the complex world of disaster recovery and cybersecurity. The path to a stalwartly disaster recovery strategy begins with taking note of the potential risks your business is likely to face and calculating that likelihood. Learn from the experts what risks your business may face and how to create a rock-solid response protocol so that you can be proactive, not reactive, when disaster hits.
Are you ready?
Contact us today to discuss your disaster recovery strategy.
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About The Author
Siobhan Climer, Science and Technology Writer for Mindsight, writes about technology trends in education, healthcare, and business. She previously taught STEM programs in elementary classrooms and museums, and writes extensively about cybersecurity, disaster recovery, cloud services, backups, data storage, network infrastructure, and the contact center. When she’s not writing tech, she’s writing fantasy, gardening, and exploring the world with her twin two-year old daughters. Find her on twitter @techtalksio.