Cloud Security: Don’t Go Blind While Playing in the Cloud

IT and security professionals identify security as the #1 barrier to moving applications to the cloud, according to the “2017 Cloud Adoption Survey” by Evolve IP. And IaaS cloud providers take no responsibility for secure configuration of the operating system or security monitoring, or for application security configuration or monitoring. Exacerbating the issue is that 85 percent of enterprises have a multi-cloud strategy, according to a January 2017 RightScale “State of the Cloud Survey.”

Available:
Wed, Dec 06, 2017 11:00 AM PST / 02:00 PM EST
Duration:
1h 00min

In this webinar, you'll learn tips to:

  • Overcome cloud monitoring and security shortcomings.
  • Compensate for loss of networking infrastructure ownership and control.
  • Wean your Security Operations Center from over-reliance upon on-prem instrumentation.
  • Achieve networking, IT, and security visibility and control across multi-cloud environments.
  • Adapt your risk management for distributed cloud services beyond the enterprise perimeter.
  • Help end users maintain security awareness, and stay safe when using cloud applications.

Attend this webinar to understand the security transformation from an on-prem fortress mentality to federated cloud services functioning outside your traditional zone of control.

Featured Speakers

  • Dr. Al  Hartmann
    Dr. Al Hartmann
    Chief Scientist
    Ziften

    Dr. Al Hartmann is the Chief Scientist at Ziften since 2009, focused on data analysis of user and endpoint behavior to drive critical situational awareness of enterprise cyber activity for security and operations management. Prior to co-founding Ziften, Dr. Hartmann was a senior researcher with Symantec's Research Labs and Technology Scouting Group, performing research in system cybersecurity and application quality of service.

  • Michael  Levin
    Michael Levin
    Founder & CEO
    Center for Information Security Awareness

    Michael Levin is the founder and CEO of the Center for Information Security Awareness. Prior to founding CFISA, Levin had a distinguished 30-year career in at the United States Department of Homeland Security. Levin served as the Deputy Director of the National Cyber Security Division, as well as the served as the Branch Chief of the U.S. Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force program in Washington DC. He was a member of the Secret Service Electronic Crimes Special Agent program and worked around computer forensics and cybercrime investigations for over 15 years.

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