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Every industry, every size of organization and every geography has been successfully attacked. Join us on June 13th to hear from two industry experts (and a former hacker) discussing the risks and solutions available.

 Date: Tuesday, June 13, 2023
 Time: 12 - 2:00 PM ET
 Location: Ruth's Chris Steak House  - 500 Totten Pond Rd, Waltham, MA 02451

 IDC Research shows:

  • More than ¾ of organizations claim to have a cyber-recovery playbook
  • More than 90% say their data recovery tools are “efficient” or “highly efficient”
  • More than 90% of organizations claim to have some level of automated file/object recovery
  • 46% of respondents have been successfully attacked by ransomware in the past three years
  • 47% paid a ransom
  • In 22% of attacks, the backup was successfully compromised
  • Nearly half experienced data loss
  • The #1 reason for lost data after attack is the inability to identify the correct restore point
  • Recoveries are measured in days and weeks

Guest Speakers below:


Tony Owens, Presales Solution Architect, Arrow Electronics, Inc. 

 For over 20 years, Tony Owens has been a noteworthy leader in the storage and IT space.  Tony was a former consultant and black hat known by the alias “Chaos”. Now he uses that background to help companies defend themselves using his experience and knowledge from the other side.


Frank Welder, Technical Solutions Architect, Arrow Electronics, Inc. 

Frank Welder is an experienced Technical Solutions Architect with IBM Software, focusing on IBM’s Security portfolio. Having driven results with the IBM Channel community within the areas of solution design, best practices and support.  

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