How to deal with new threats to business continuity

Mark Jordan, Vice President, Technology, of data protection provider Unitrends, talks with Netsync’s Mark Lynd about the importance for business continuity, especially in today’s challenging times. Many companies are being forced to build out business continuity on the fly due to the COVID-19 pandemic and, as a result, may be broadening their attack surface and leaving their data at risk and unprotected. They talk about taking the next steps to better prepare for future emergencies while ensuring their data is safely protected, especially as it relates to the rapid expansion of the remote workforce.

How to deal with new threats to business continuity

Mark Jordan | VP of Technology, Unitrends

Mark Jordan, Vice President, Technology, at Unitrends, a leading data protection solutions provider that leverages cutting edge technology to automate manual tasks, eliminate management complexity, and deliver tested hardware and software resilience. Mark joined Unitrends almost 20 years ago as a Director of Support Services and his passion for improving the customer and partner experiences have resulted in numerous promotions that have ultimately led to his current position.

How to deal with new threats to business continuity

Mark Lynd | Head of Digital Business

Mark Lynd (CISSP, ISSAP, ISSMP), Head of Digital Business, is a Top 25 ranked and recognized global thought leader, speaker, and practitioner for Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence, IoT, and Data Center. Mark has served as a CIO, CTO, CISO, and/or Board Member for several global enterprises for the last 20+ years. Mark was named an Ernst & Young’s “Entrepreneur of Year – Southwest Region” Finalist and presented the Doak Walker Award on ESPN’s Awards Show to a national television audience. He is, and has been, an in-demand thought leader and keynote or featured speaker for Oracle, IBM Watson, Cisco, Cohesity, Intel, and many organizations at numerous events. Mark holds a Bachelor of Science degree from The University of Tulsa and honorably served in the US Army in the 3rd Ranger Battalion & 82nd Airborne.