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Commvault SHIFT Roadshow Focuses on the Future of Cyber Resilience

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The roadshow addresses the cyber threat landscape in the region, critical security advancements, and comprehensive partnerships that shape the future of cyber resilience.

Commvault launches its cyber resilience-themed roadshow SHIFT in Southeast Asia. The invitation-only conference will be taking place in Kuala Lumpur on February 27 and in Singapore on March 1, featuring speakers from CrowdStrike, Microsoft, Pure Storage, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and Hitachi Vantara, select customers, along with Commvault experts.   

Today’s business landscape is rife with challenges, from ransomware and AI-powered threats to the exponential increase in data scattered across on-premises, hybrid, and multi-cloud environments, and new attack vectors that are evolving at unprecedented proportions.

“As cyber threats intensify and organisations become increasingly challenged, the landscape necessitates not a change in paradigm but a radical new approach towards cyber resilience across the continuum of data intelligence, security, data protection, cloud and recovery.”

Michel Borst, Area Vice President, Asia, Commvault.

The SHIFT roadshow in Malaysia and Singapore will explore the next frontier in data protection and cybersecurity, bringing together experts across cloud, security, operations, governance and compliance to discuss the complex and evolving landscape of cyber threats in-country and in the broader Asia region and learn about Commvault’s transformative approach to cyber resilience.

“Amidst today’s business landscape characterised by a convergence of data, everything comes down to business resiliency and the organisations’ ability to ensure rapid, predictable recovery in the face of escalating cyber threats at the lowest total cost of ownership. That is what SHIFT is all about – we want Asian enterprises to be equipped with practical knowledge and tools that consolidates, streamlines, and gives them the upper hand in battling cyber threats,” commented Martin Creighan, Vice President, Asia Pacific, Commvault.

SHIFT will feature product demos, presentations and more on the latest cyber threats, lessons from cybersecurity incidents in Asia, as well as panel discussions and best practices sharing on how enterprises could enhance their resiliency in today’s hybrid environment. End users could learn strategies to harness AI’s power to bolster security across hybrid infrastructures while getting greater insights from data.

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