A Practical Guide to Securing the Cloud in the Face of Crisis

Presented by

Thomas Martin, former CIO at GE and founder of NephōSec, and Chris Hertz, CRO of DivvyCloud

About this talk

As cyberattackers seek to take advantage of unprecedented changes in how people work, even the most experienced security staff are wrestling with securing their cloud footprints against this onslaught. Join our free Threatpost webinar for some practical guidance on tackling these “new normal” challenges, in a way that goes beyond the 101 level.Join speakers Thomas Martin, former CIO at GE and founder of NephōSec, and Chris Hertz, CRO of DivvyCloud, who will provide a deep dive into the current state of cloud security and how to avoid disruption and chaos during this time of crisis. Topics covered include: - The new normal: A look at the new cloud attacks and increased challenges faced by security and IT professionals, with real-world examples - Key findings from the “2020 State of Enterprise Cloud Adoption and Security Report” and “2020 - Cloud Misconfigurations Report,” as a guide to challenges and risks - Critical takeaways and steps that organizations can take now to protect their cloud environments from cyber-attackers

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