Leonovus executive to present at CIO Digital Transformation Summit
OTTAWA, April 18, 2018 – Leonovus Inc. (“Leonovus”) (TSXV: LTV) The Leonovus Executive Team after a very successful first summit in Miami will be attending their second summit in Ottawa, Ontario from April 22nd to 24th. The Ottawa CIO Digital Transformation Summit will bring together CIO’s and CISO’s of industry leading enterprises and offers Leonovus a tremendous opportunity to articulate the Company’s latest IT solutions that ensure flexible, simple and secure solutions for on-premise, hybrid, and multi-cloud data storage.
During the summit, the Leonovus team will engage, inform, and advise the attending CIOs and CISOs with a simple message. Due to the unique blockchain hardened distributed storage technology offered by Leonovus, their enterprises will no longer have to compromise between ROI, security, and compliance when it comes to managing their sensitive data. They will also avoid the typical installation complexity and vendor lock-in, all inside a simple and flexible data storage solution.
Leonovus VP Strategy and Solutions, Peter Hundal will lead a Thought Leadership discussion on Data Integrity: A Paradigm Shift
Leonovus will show how we uniquely, digitally shred customer data into thousands of fragments so hackers get nothing and with the blockchain hardened toolset from Leonovus, they are able to reconstitute their data with integrity 100% intact when they want to use it.
- The impact data integrity has on the enterprise brand.
- How data integrity provides you a stable platform from which to pivot from.
- The key components to ensuring data integrity across your organization.
- How Leonovus ensures data integrity while delivering security across a multi-cloud storage platform.
“Whether you are just starting or well on your way to a data-driven strategy, enterprises have to push aside the antiquated tools used for protecting data. Changing your approach to data integrity is the only way of ensuring your organization has the most flexible and simple approach to implementing a “zero-trust” data architecture. “, said Peter Hundal.