As sensitive data volumes grow exponentially, so too does the risk exposure. Safeguarding citizen data is crucial for the government sector. With that in mind, government agencies need to be prepared with a secure and resilient data protection strategy. An integral component of this data protection strategy involves the data maintained by an application leveraged day in, day out — Microsoft Office 365.
To explore the key reasons why backing up Office 365 is critical for public sector, Veeam is bringing together leading IT executives for a virtual roundtable on Thursday, 28 January.
- Date: Thursday 28th December
- Time: 2:00 – 2:45pm AEDT
- Location: Online (Zoom)
- Brad Howarth – Researcher, writer and facilitator.
- Brent Snow, CTO NSW Department of Customer Service
- Nathan Steiner, Head of Systems Engineering Veeam ANZ
The interactive roundtable will explore data vulnerabilities, backup misconceptions, and exactly how agencies and departments can ensure that their data protection strategy is comprehensive. Guests will learn valuable best-practice from experts in O365 backup and also hear the first-hand experiences of other government agencies such as NSW DCS.
This conversation is an invaluable opportunity for any leading public-sector IT executive managing O365 data to learn from the experience of other government departments as well as learning how to better leverage and protect their own data.
Key discussion topics include:
- Accidental deletion
- Retention policy gaps and confusion
- Internal and External security threats
- Legal and compliance requirements
- Managing data migration to Office 365
For further information on this virtual roundtable, please contact Sarah Clark: [email protected]
Ticket Cost: NA - Register to reserve your place
Delivered Online (Zoom)