Defending cloud infrastructure presents new challenges as organizations need to protect user credentials, centralize security monitoring, and extend network visibility. How effective is your cloud security?
In many ways, the public cloud is more secure than a traditional data center. Asset management, inventory, audit logging, two-factor access controls, connectivity redundancy, and firewalls are built into the cloud provider platform.
And yet, assets on the public cloud are still being compromised just as those stored in traditional data centers. Mandiant, the industry leader in incident response consulting, estimates that 15 percent of all of its incident response involves public cloud assets. So, if the cloud is more secure, why is it still getting hacked?
’s US Public Sector Cloud Alliances Lead, for a webinar addressing:
- The challenges of securing the cloud
- The role of analytics in detecting cloud compromises
- Cloud security best practices and developing a comprehensive cloud security plan
- Defending the cloud with FireEye