Best Practices to Prevent Catastrophic Data Loss in the Public Cloud
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Gartner states, “through 2022, at least 95 percent of cloud security failures will be the customer’s fault.” Foundational use of cloud native security controls in AWS, Azure, GCP, and Kubernetes is fundamental to managing cloud risk and avoiding costly breaches. However, many organizations struggle with determining when and how to use these native security controls, how to manage them consistently, and how and when to modulate these controls to ensure continuous security, governance, and compliance to prevent catastrophic data loss. In this webinar, we will discuss best practices to prevent catastrophic data loss in AWS, Azure, GCP, and Kubernetes.
What You Will Learn?
- As technology undergoes a digital transformation, why enterprise must also re-invent how they govern and secure their clouds
- How the new control points in security now center around identity, data, and the workload itself
- How the above can help an organization protect itself from catastrophic data loss
- Analysis of the implications of tight integration of identities, data access, and protection services
- Specific steps for using policies on data assets such as buckets, storage accounts, queues, and other data services to prevent attacks and reduce the blast radius if an attack is successful
- Suggestions for making best use of both cloud-native and external key management systems to encrypt data
Who Should Attend?
- Company/ Firmographics:
- Enterprise level organizations with more than 1000 employees.
- Organizations running production workloads on AWS, Azure, and/or Google Cloud.
- US & Canada headquartered companies
- Ideal demographics:
- Decision makers for the public cloud (AWS, Azure, GCP) or securing the public cloud
- Job titles may include, Cloud Center of Excellence, DevSecOps, DevOps, Cloud Security, Cloud Security, Cloud, CISO, IT Security, Audit, Governance, Risk & Compliance
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||Date/Time: Thursday, Oct 28, 2020, @ 12 pm PT/3 pm ET
Michael Thomas Clark,
Solutions Architect, Renaissance Tech & Media; Organizer, DevOpsDays Boston; ONUG DevOps Steering Committee Chair; ONUG Hybrid Multi-Cloud Security Working Group Co-Chair
CTO and Co-founder, Sonrai Security