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Data Center World 2020

As we’ve moved our event dates to August 24-27, please note our Agenda will be updated frequently as we work with our speakers and panelists to schedule the best program possible for you. We appreciate your support and patience.

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Agenda at a Glance

Physical vs. Cybersecurity: Working Together to Better Protect Data Centers

Daniel Braden-Astbury  (Practice Director - Data Center Security Practice, Stanley Security)

Joe Morgan  (Segment Development Manager for Critical Infrastructure, Axis Communication Inc.)

Location: 207A&B

Date: Wednesday, March 18

Time: 10:20am - 11:20am

Pass Type : All Access, Standard

Track : Data Center IT Infrastructure & Platforms

Session Type: Session

Vault Recording: TBD

Availability and reliability are key success factors for any data center, making both cyber and physical security priority areas data center managers should invest in. With insider threats, cyberattacks on isolated networks and theft of intellectual property on the rise, data centers should look to elevate their level of protection. Investing in proactive security solutions that can analyze data from the physical center as well as monitor real-time locations, processes, people and assets can provide better security overall. In this session, attendees will learn how to utilize technology, such as network-based video surveillance cameras and audio systems, to stay ahead of suspicious or unauthorized behavior. With the right technology in place, data center managers can better anticipate and protect against potentially troublesome situations, with the capability to take action and find a resolution before they become serious, damaging data leaks or hacks.