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Preventing Data Loss in Public Clouds

The Capital One loss of credit card applications for 106 million people is a sobering reminder that complexity stifles even the most sophisticated cloud teams. However, this will not deter the unstoppable growth of public cloud. We firmly believe that public cloud will be more secure than enterprise data centers. But only by using a unique approach.

During this webinar you will learn :

-The anatomy of the Capital One breach
-How to minimize privilege and access
-How to minimize access paths
-The importance of baseline trust
-How to continuously monitor (beyond S3)
-Why configuration checks are not good enough
Recorded Aug 27 2019 49 mins
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Sandy Bird, CTO and Co-founder, Sonrai Security
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  • Comparing Public Cloud Security Across AWS, Azure, and GCP: Lessons for Security Oct 24 2019 6:30 pm UTC 60 mins
    Sandy Bird, CTO and Co-founder, Sonrai Security & Dan Woods, Principal Analyst, Early Adopter Research
    The cybersecurity infrastructure for each of the major public clouds is a work in progress. But for all of them, it has become obvious that identity and data access is effectively the new perimeter. By examining what is the same and what is different about each public cloud’s identity and access management mechanisms, Dan Woods, Principal Analyst at Early Adopter Research, and Sandy Bird, CTO of Sonrai Security, explain how the shift to public cloud is changing the rules for security. We identify the different principles each public cloud vendor is using as well as the different approaches to account organization and how resources are protected.


    Questions:
    -Why are identity and data access the new perimeter?

    -Why has zero-trust become the default organizing principle for cloud security?

    -What are the crucial requirements for cloud data security?

    -How are these requirements implemented in each cloud?

    -What are the differences in security practices between AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud?

    -What burdens does the new cloud model put upon cloud users?

    -What goes wrong when these burdens are not properly managed?
  • Identities Are The New Perimeter For Securing Data In Public Cloud Recorded: Sep 30 2019 34 mins
    Sandy Bird, CTO and Co-founder, Sonrai Security
    Join Sonrai Security CTO & Co-Founder Sandy Bird as he presents multiple IAM configuration options available on AWS, Azure, & GCP that can deliver strong application security or a breach nightmare

    Organizations of all sizes are harnessing the operational and cost benefits of public cloud. Unfortunately, cloud platforms like AWS, Azure, and GCP provide a wide range of identity and access management (IAM) based configuration options, that can be disastrous if not properly architected. During this webinar, you will learn the benefits and risk trade-offs of multiple public cloud IAM configuration options including:

    -Organization/Account-wide privilege
    -Privilege delegation & escalation (by user or role)
    -Service-based & in-line privilege
    -Understanding of IAM policy best practices and conflict resolution

    Enterprises building in public cloud must ensure their security programs tightly control trust relationships that can be configured from IAM options to ensure adherence to the principles of least privilege and the segregation of duties. Public cloud IAM capabilities can be highly effective to build secure applications when done well. However, they can lead to a disastrous breach when poorly configured.
  • Preventing Data Loss in Public Clouds Recorded: Aug 27 2019 49 mins
    Sandy Bird, CTO and Co-founder, Sonrai Security
    The Capital One loss of credit card applications for 106 million people is a sobering reminder that complexity stifles even the most sophisticated cloud teams. However, this will not deter the unstoppable growth of public cloud. We firmly believe that public cloud will be more secure than enterprise data centers. But only by using a unique approach.

    During this webinar you will learn :

    -The anatomy of the Capital One breach
    -How to minimize privilege and access
    -How to minimize access paths
    -The importance of baseline trust
    -How to continuously monitor (beyond S3)
    -Why configuration checks are not good enough
  • 10 Foundational "Public Cloud Security Manifesto" Principles for Securing Data Recorded: Aug 9 2019 34 mins
    Sandy Bird, CTO & Co-Founder
    As Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform (GCP) have exploded, the complexity of securing your data in public clouds has also exploded. While networking controls remain essential, these controls are insufficient in the new world of public cloud. Working with customers, Sonrai Security has developed the “Public Cloud Security Manifesto” to help guide your path for public cloud security.

    During this webinar you will learn:

    - An overview of the Sonrai Security “Public Cloud Security Manifesto”
    - An overview of why key principles around cloud identity and data access trust relationships should be monitored and managed at very granular levels to reduce potential breach blast radius
    - Considerations around the automation of 3 manifesto principles to reduce risk of breach of data resident in the public cloud
    - How Sonrai Security Cloud Data Control (CDC) service is helping companies automate critical cloud security control policies to address key public cloud security principles.
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