Preventing the worst thing that can happen to your database with Zero Trust data security

Sponsored by Rubrik


Security experts often opine there are really only two types of companies: those who have been hacked and those who don’t yet know that they have been hacked. With no end to the onslaught in sight, a defense-in-depth approach to cyber security is a top priority for many organizations.

But that’s not enough. Human error is as unavoidable as it is unfortunate. And no matter how many preventative measures are put in place, bad actors are still finding their way in. Adequate safeguards must be applied from the moment data is created and that means following Zero Trust principles that keep it protected through its entire lifecycle.

Join The Register’s Martin Courtney in conversation with Rafaela Martuchelli, Database Solution Architect, from Rubrik to hear more about Zero Trust Data Security and how it can keep your databases protected and what that means for your backup and recovery requirements.

Martin and Rafaela will discuss the importance of applying:

  • Protection - Keep your data protected with robust role-based access controls, authentication, and compliance reporting
  • Automation - Automate the complete lifecycle of your data and ensure you always have backups to recover from
  • Investigation, Classification, and Recovery - Quickly determine a blast radius and accelerate recovery with bulk or file-level recovery

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