Cloud Database Security: Responding to New Threats and Challenges

Presented by

Aaron C. Newman, Founder, SecureCloudDB

About this talk

A significant portion of IT infrastructure has moved from proprietary data centers into public clouds. According to Gartner, 80% of enterprises will eliminate their traditional data centers by 2025. What does this mean for database security? How can organizations best protect their crown jewels — the data stored in cloud databases? Organizations have a security strategy for on-premises databases; they need a separate one for the cloud because managing and protecting databases in the cloud requires a tailored, cloud-native approach. Network security doesn't cover it all. Nor does operating system security tooling. This webinar examines the techniques needed to manage and secure resources in public cloud databases. Designed for CISOs, DevOp Engineers, MSPs, Auditors and others who are responsible for data security in the cloud, topics will cover: - Architectural elements and why “zero trust” is a must - Database inventory considerations - Best practices for assessing security and managing risk - Cloud requirements for activity monitoring More about the presenter: Aaron is an acclaimed international speaker and serial entrepreneur who has founded six successful startups including SecureCloudDB, Cloud Storage Sec, CloudCheckr, Techrigy, Application Security, Inc. and DbSecure. Aaron authored the books Enterprise 2.0, printed by McGraw-Hill, and the Oracle Security Handbook, published by Oracle Press. He has presented at hundreds of database conferences and user groups on technology topics and has been awarded multiple patents in cloud and database security.

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At Cloud Storage Security, we pride ourselves on helping organizations protect their employees, customers and partners by keeping their data safe and free from malware. We offer two cloud-native security solutions: Antivirus for Amazon S3, which keeps objects free from malware, and SecureCloudDB, which keeps cloud databases free from vulnerabilities. Learn more at Content on this channel is designed for CISOs, DevOp Engineers, MSPs, Auditors and others who are responsible for data security in the cloud.