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The Promise and Pitfalls of Committing to Cloud

Securing Authorization and Architecture Off-Premise

With accelerated cloud adoption particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic, cloud has become a life-line to numerous organizations for sustaining their operations working from home, but yet it also raises the concern of embroiling into a cyber pandemic of malware outbreak, data breaches and disrupted operations. This presentation hopes to help the audience to navigate the realities of on-premise to cloud migration and address key security concerns relating to new vectors of attack that off-premise operations invite.
Recorded Mar 31 2021 30 mins
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Steven SIM (President, ISACA Singapore Chapter)
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