Bulut Ersavas, Senior Manager, Product Management, Rapid7 and Brandon Turner, Senior Director, Software Engineering, Rapid7
Misconfigurations in the cloud are becoming a prevalent source of risk for organizations as more and more businesses move their infrastructure to the cloud. The root cause of this increased risk is that in a cloud environment, far more people can set up and deploy network infrastructure, whereas in an on-premises network, that ability is usually restricted to IT professionals who are well-versed in security best-practices.
It’s important to note that while misconfigurations are a risk, they can be effectively managed. With the right tools and processes in place, you can leverage cloud infrastructure in a secure way. Correctly configuring cloud infrastructure requires close collaboration among development, IT, operations, and security teams. It also requires an understanding of proper configurations.
As a result, scanning for vulnerabilities alone is not enough to manage risk in your cloud infrastructure—you also need a strategy to prevent misconfigurations, as well as a purpose-built way to detect them when they still manage to sneak their way through.
Join Rapid7’s Bulut Ersavas, Senior Manager, Product Management and Brandon Turner, Senior Director, Software Engineering to learn about:
-Common types of misconfigurations
-How to discover misconfigurations
-How to prevent misconfigurations
-How to implement cloud security best practices