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June 01, 2021

Live Government Technology webinars scheduled for the week of June 1, 2021

A Radically Simple Approach to Disaster Recovery -

Wednesday, June 2 | 1:00pm Eastern

As the value of data is increasing, governments have to be prepared for the worst. Does your organization have a simple yet scalable plan to recover from disasters? In the event of a crisis, how will you restore your data quickly? What happens if you can’t? Too often, state and local governments’ DR plans focus on recovering specific technological systems and associated storage locations. In the modern digital era, however, that approach is outdated and dangerous. Instead, organizations should focus their DR plans on safeguarding and recovering the valuable data – no matter where it lives.
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Rapid Recovery: How Governments Can Futureproof Data Protection in the Era of Ransomware

Thursday, June 3 | 1:00pm Eastern

The ransomware threat is rising and state and local governments, education institutions and federal agencies continue to be a prime target. While prevention is key, an attack is more and more inevitable in an increasingly digital environment. Instead of spending an endless amount of time and money recovering from ransomware, it’s critical for the public sector to invest in enhanced data protection to ensure rapid restore is possible.
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How Digital Credentials Fuel Economic Recovery and Better Constituent Service 

Thursday, June 3 | 2:00pm Eastern

The state of New York recently launched Excelsior Pass – a free, voluntary way for residents to share their COVID-19 vaccination or negative COVID-19 test status in accordance with state guidelines. The Excelsior Pass is a privacy-driven solution that will help the New York economy to reopen safely while keeping resident’s personally identifiable information safe. The Excelsior Pass is only one example of how digital credentials can transform constituent engagement, streamline government operations and build a culture of trust. Digital credentials – powered by blockchain technology – can be used for driver’s licenses, professional certifications, hunting and fishing licenses, high school and college transcripts, and more.
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To view upcoming and on-demand webinars, visit webinars.govtech.com.

For assistance with registration, contact:
Jeremy Smith, jsmith@erepublic.com (916) 932-1402 direct

 

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