Data Security For A Remote Workforce

How to keep your business moving forward while protecting your company’s critical data in the age of the remote workforce

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With so many people working remotely right now, in homes with countless connected devices, unvetted wifi networks, video conferencing tools, email and more, all with a sense of urgency just to keep business flowing, it’s easy to let security issues take a back seat. But there’s never been a more critical time for securing your company’s data.

Ignoring the potential for data loss or downtime – either resulting from accidental deletion, hardware failure or security threats such as ransomware or DDoS attacks — can be costly. According to one industry estimate, the average cost of a single lost or stolen record is $148 with an average one-year organizational cost increase of 6.4%. According to another recent study, 400,000 DDoS attacks are reported monthly worldwide. The good news is that there are ways to prevent and mitigate downtime and data loss.

Join us for a free webinar to discuss how organizations can protect their mission-critical data through the latest data protection and business continuity solutions including DDoS mitigation, cloud-based Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), and other solutions.

Original air date: Thursday, June 11, 2020 at 11 a.m. EST

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Subject matter expert:

Aaron FirstlightAaron D. Sawchuk

SVP of Data Center and Cloud for FirstLight.

Aaron is responsible for helping drive the growth and success of the Data Center and Cloud Business at FirstLight.  Aaron has more than 25 years industry experience and joined FirstLight through the Acquisition of ColoSpace, where he served as co-founder and Chairman.  ColoSpace was a leading provider of Data Center and Managed Cloud Services in New England.  Prior to founding ColoSpace Aaron was the founder of Dream Communications, a small-business focused ISP in the metro-Boston market.  Aaron earned a degree in Economics from Middlebury College.

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