With so many benefits to cloud backup and recovery, its no wonder more than half of small and mid-size organizations are planning to move to the cloud. But who is responsible for data protectionyou or your service provider? What regulations apply if your organization (and data) crosses international borders? How do you know if your service provider is complying with current regulations?
When it comes to cloud-based data protection, there are many concerns and misconceptions about security, data privacy, and compliance.
In this live webcast, Janson Hoambrecker, EVault director of cloud disaster recovery services, and Anatoly Elberg, Paranet director of client services, will answer your questions and share real world examples of how businesses deal with these security and compliance issues every day. Heres just a sample of what youll learn:
- Who is really responsible for data protection in the cloud
- What compliance standards impact your organization and how you can build this into your cloud security plan
- What to look for when evaluating cloud service providers
About Our Speakers:
Janson Hoambrecker, director of cloud disaster recovery services, served as the architect and product manager for the first commercially available EVault recovery-as-a-service (RaaS) cloud offering and is an industry expert in cloud-based disaster recovery. Early in his career, Janson focused on Citrix, networking, and VMware technologies, making him perfectly suited for developing secure and compliant EVault cloud-based service applications.
As director of client services, Anatoly Elberg oversees engagement delivery, manages client relationships, and provides leadership for Paranets Security Practice. He has more than 15 years experience in information security program management, IT governance, regulatory compliance, and risk management. Anatoly has implemented strategic information security programs for a broad range of industries. Prior to Paranet, Anatoly was a managing consultant at British Telecom (previously INS), where he managed large network transformation projects for global clients and provided security practice leadership. He also has extensive data center and web-hosting experience stemming from his tenure at Fiserv. His industry certifications include CISSP, CISM, and CISA. He is a member of InfraGard, ISSA, ISACA, and HIMSS.