Cloud Native environments have the potential to be more secure than ever before. But Security teams must navigate across new teams, like DevOps, and learn the security requirements of a nascent space. The good news is that, in this new territory, the familiar process of policy-setting is not only applicable, it is essential. In this session, we will discuss the key security policies required for securing a cloud native environment.
Free Summit: June 3-4 | Courses: June 7-12
Summit Chairs: Frank Kim, Eric Johnson | Summit CPE Credits: 12
Cloud-based services are becoming increasingly more attractive to organizations as they offer cost savings, flexibility, and increased operational efficiency. However, protecting systems, applications, and data in the cloud presents a new set of challenges for organizations to overcome. Security teams need to adapt and learn how to utilize the tools, controls, and design models needed to properly secure the cloud.
CloudSecNext Summit & Training will bring together a unique combination of real-world user experiences and case studies, as well as practical, technical training focused on specific approaches and skills for building and maintaining a secure cloud infrastructure. As a virtual attendee, you'll explore current approaches, tools, and techniques with fellow practitioners facing similar cloud-related security challenges.