Building Better Data Security w/ Antivirus for Amazon S3 [iPipeline Case Study]

Presented by

Ed Casmer, Cloud Storage Security // James Johnson, iPipeline // John Furrier, SiliconAngle Media

About this talk

Cloud Storage Security (CSS) was nominated to be a featured speaker for S2E4 of the AWS Startup Showcase and the theme of Cybersecurity - Detect and Protect Against Threats couldn’t be more perfect given that we simplify malware scanning for application workflows and data ingestion pipelines. In this exclusive interview, Ed Casmer, Founder and CEO, CSS is joined by customer James Johnson, AVP Research & Development, iPipeline to discuss Building Better Data Security with Antivirus for Amazon S3. Tune in to hear what makes iPipeline a forward-thinking company when it comes to data protection in the cloud and learn why they chose to migrate to AWS as well as what they value most about working with CSS. About Cloud Storage Security Cloud Storage Security is dedicated to solving the security and compliance challenges surrounding storage in the cloud by helping organizations to prevent the spread of malware and simplify data classification in complex environments. About iPipeline iPipeline is building the digitized ecosystem for the life insurance and wealth management industries, which will enable millions of uninsured or under-insured Americans to secure their financial futures as part of a holistic financial planning experience.

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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.