[Ep.1] Cloud Migration: Who Is Responsible For Securing the Network?

Presented by

Doug Cahill - Senior Analyst, ESG and Bassam Khan - VP of Product and Technical Marketing Engineering at Gigamon

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Fingers crossed, life is starting to get back to normal, and the winning streak cloud-based services saw as a result of the pandemic shows no sign of slowing down as businesses move to embrace hybrid and ‘work from anywhere’ models. Yet despite the numerous benefits of the rapid migration to cloud - collaboration where previously there were silos ranking near the top - the stark reality is that cyber security for the cloud era is facing a readiness gap. In fact, a recent ESG survey found that despite the benefits of cloud migration and adoption, 88% of enterprise respondents believe that their cybersecurity initiatives need to evolve in order to secure their cloud-native applications and use of public clouds. 87% of respondents to the same survey also fear that the differences between cloud-native applications and the rest of their apps and infrastructure require a different set of security policies and technologies. As such, questions around exactly who is responsible for securing the network are causing a lot of confusion for CISOs and IT leaders. In a bid to provide clarity, in episode 1 of Revisiting Threat Models in the Cloud Era, Doug Cahill, Senior Analyst at ESG, is exploring the dynamics of cloud migration and sharing why the shared responsibility model is foundational to cloud security. Join Doug to learn: - What security trends analysts from ESG are seeing around SaaS, IaaS and PaaS service - What the shared responsibility model is and why there’s confusion around what it means for CISOs - Why organizations must gain greater visibility of the ‘cloud security visibility gap’ - The role of developers in the threat model and how they can help - And more
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