Assessing Cloud Providers – A Practical Approach from the CSA
The business benefits of moving to the cloud are quite compelling, however, with those benefits come concerns. The most significant challenge facing companies that are either moving to the cloud as a consumer or as a service provider is ensuring the security of the services that are provided. The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) was formed to help ease this challenge. The CSA’s guidance is adopted as the defacto standard for accessing the security of cloud providers across the software security market.
While this guidance has helped greatly, there is still the very challenging question of creating a standard set of questions for organizations to ask a provider in order to understand how they have implemented the CSA guidance. This is where the Consensus Assessments Initiative Questionnaire (CAI) comes into play. The questionnaire is a CSA-developed tool for both consumers and providers of cloud services to use as common criteria for determining cloud security.
This hands-on and prescriptive web seminar will review both the CSA guidance and how the CAI can be used in day-to-day business to help companies assess cloud providers. Attendees will walk away with a firm grasp on the questions to ask or to be prepared to answer- whichever side of the cloud equation they are on.
RecordedMay 24 201248 mins
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David Kemp, EMEA Specialist Business Consultant, Micro Focus
GDPR and Beyond: The real Security and Data Life Cycle Management challenges posed and opportunities identified
This webinar covers key topics including:
-GDPR and why it matters
-Best practises framework for data privacy regulations – GDPR and others
-How to get Senior Management “on board”
-How to get started with GDPR infrastructure
-View of befits beyond GDPR
Mark Bower, Global Director, Product Management – Data Security
This webinar will cover a number of key topics including:
- GDPR – a brief refresher, the citizen perspective and scope
- Learning from past compliance journeys in similar regulations
- GDPR and considerations for data security
- Mapping SecureData to GDPR
- Sample use cases – mobility, big data, cloud and enterprise
- Where do I start?
Question and answers
Michael McGrath, Director Product Management, Micro Focus and Robert Tallman, Chief Technologist, Archiving and Governance
It’s obvious. Social media’s growth and popularity have exposed companies to new financial and legal risks like never before. Organizations face new security threats and challenges for monitoring user-generated content. How prepared is your company to identify, investigate and take action on these risks?
Join experts as they cover the issues social media presents for businesses, and strategy and action steps for response. Learn how social media governance can reduce risks and protect your brand by archiving social media content and other electronic communications—compliantly with added security.
Gain insight on:
• The impact of social media on information security
• Social media governance tactics to audit and monitor your social network and asset
• How to leverage social media opportunities, safely and in compliance
Mary Karnes Writz, Head of Applied Innovation, Micro Focus Security Professional Services
From solving data ingestion challenges to detecting bank heists, learn best practices from Micro Focus’s years of building hunt teams and get a broader view of the ecosystem of breach hunting technology so you can execute your own successful hunt strategy.
With HPE Content Manager, UK government organization Camden Council replaced 22 kilometers of paper records with a fast, secure and accurate solution that puts 6.1 million data items at the fingertips of its employees – anytime and anywhere.
In this presentation (the first for this Mini Project), Mark Whalley provides an overview of how to install and configure DUMP1090 to capture live Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) to track commercial aircraft.
Further presentations in this Mini Project will include;
•Feeding Kafka topics with streaming ADS-B data
•Installing Vertica on a single-node sandbox
•Integrating Kafka with Vertica
•Visualizing live aircraft tracking using Vertica’s geospatial functionality
David Kemp, Specialist Business Consultant, HPE Software EMEA and Caglar Dogan, Business Consultant, Strategist, HPE Software
GDPR compliance can be very complicated but it does not need to be. Organisations can overcome the complexity of the challenge by using a structured approach to identify, secure, govern and dispose of personal data through the entire lifecycle. Learn how effective compliance can even advance business objectives Join us to hear how HPE Software is helping and guiding its customers on their GDPR Readiness Journey.
Tony Stranack - Head of Data and Information Strategies HPE EMEA
The next generation HPE 3PAR Flash Array is here to empower your modern day, data-driven organisation.
Hear from Tony Stranack, HPE’s Head of Data and Information Strategies - how adjustments to your storage environment can provide up to an 80% reduction in Total Cost of Ownership and enable you to exceed your current potential in performance, capacity, throughput and latency.
Micro Focus brings together an integrated portfolio of software, services, hardware and partner technologies to create IT management solutions, Information Management solutions, Business Intelligence solutions and Security Intelligence and Risk Management solutions that uniquely empower CIOs to leverage the new realities of a cloud-enabled world, manage business threats and risk, and deliver competitive differentiation.