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[APAC] Continuous Cloud Security and Compliance for Financial Services

Financial services organisations are experiencing a culture shift as they respond to consumer demand for improved experiences delivered when and how they want them. Building applications and migrating regulated workloads to the cloud offers an attractive way to speed innovation, reduce time to market, and increase resilience.

The financial services industry experiences security incidents at 300 percent more frequently than other sectors. The data breaches caused by cloud misconfiguration continue to be rampant, costing enterprises an estimated $5 trillion in 2018 and 2019 alone. Organisations must modify the "command and control" mentality of traditional IT and marry it with a "trust but verify" approach when looking to take advantage of the advantages in public cloud.
In this session, learn how to identify and implement the systems that are cloud-native, and can help you address the unique challenges of public cloud offerings through automation.
Recorded May 6 2021 32 mins
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Christopher Hertz, VP of Sales for Cloud Solutions, Rapid7 & Thomas Martin: Founder, NephoSec and former CIO at GE
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