Securing Unstructured Data with Zero Trust Principles with Cambridge Computer

October 7, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Join Cambridge Computer & RackTop for a tech briefing on RackTop’s Zero Trust architecture to store and protect your unstructured data.

Many IT leaders that work in national labs infrastructure have prioritized security and compliance for any solution in use. Daily, we hear about the mounting pressure to decrease attack surfaces, harden machines, and meet compliance standards that are becoming more and more demanding.

RackTop’s BrickStor SP, designed by former NSA engineers, is the only high-performance unified NAS with embedded MLS cybersecurity and compliance features that facilitate in-depth reporting for audits. We are finding that it solves multiple problems for our clients while providing the benefits of a zero-trust solution.

Please join us for a tech brief hosted by Cambridge Computer featuring former NSA engineer, CTO, and co-founder of RackTop Systems, Jonathan Halstuch as he discusses how his company can help you improve storage performance and ensure continuous compliance with new cybersecurity executive order and guidelines such as the Risk Management Framework (RMF) to simplify your next Audit.

RackTop will also share why five of your peer institutions have already adopted the platform. Our hope is that you walk away learning more about the emerging technology space known as Cyberstorage and how it aids in compliance.

If you are pondering if this discussion matters to you, the most common use cases for Cyberstorage are:

  • Network file share for organizational folders, home directories, user profiles
  • High-performance file share (HPC)
  • Online archive
  • Image analysis and research
  • Virtualized environments
  • Computer Forensics
  • Full motion video recording and analysis

October 7, 2021 from 1-2 PM ET

Exclusively for Los Alamos National Laboratory

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October 7, 2021
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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