Amazon Web Services has strong security features, but customer misconfigurations have led to a series of very public data exposures over the last few months from Verizon, Dow Jones, Accenture, and Patient Home Monitoring.
And now, we are seeing different misconfigurations leading to a new AWS exposure, dubbed GhostWriter, whereby third parties can alter content in S3 buckets, enabling bad actors to use the exposure to conduct MITM phishing and malware attacks.
In this webinar, we will outline the proven steps you can take to prevent AWS data exposures, including a Skyhigh Security Cloud demo of:
•Auditing AWS to identify and correct unsecure/noncompliant configurations
•Preventing employee access to 3rd party GhostWriter-exposed S3 Buckets
•Detecting compromised accounts and malicious insiders working with AWS
About the speakers:
Brandon Cook, VP, Marketing
Brandon Cook leads the product marketing team at Skyhigh Networks and has over a decade of experience in the tech industry identifying and developing new markets. Prior to Skyhigh, Brandon worked at Sequoia Capital, Symantec, Clearwell (acquired by Symantec), and IBM. As a regular contributor to the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) events and blogs and author of the quarterly Cloud Adoption and Risk Report, he has expertise in "shadow IT", cloud security, cloud governance, and cloud regulatory compliance. Brandon holds a B.S. in Economics from Duke University.
Anant Mahajan, Senior Product Manager
As a senior product manager, Anant Mahajan heads up Skyhigh’s IaaS product for AWS, Azure and Google Cloud. Prior to Skyhigh Networks, Anant led Druva’s Governance product offerings and has a successful track record of driving product innovation in the Cloud Security, Data Protection, eDiscovery and Compliance space. Anant is a software engineer by training and holds an MBA from Imperial College London.