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Cloud Security: Locking down the Unintended Exposure of Sensitive Data

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Date and Time

November 17, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST

Event Category

Web Conference


Irene Fisher


Lisa O'Connell


In a recent survey of over 100 IT/Security professionals nearly 2/3 reported that sensitive data has been exposed as a result of cloud misconfigurations. Additionally, 93% reported they are highly concerned about the potential impact of cloud misconfiguration. In this session the panel will discuss why unintentional exposure of sensitive data is so rampant, and how the industry is responding.
We will discuss ways security teams can

  • Gain Visibility into their multi cloud and hybrid environments.
  • Best ways to leverage native CSP and Kubernetes security controls.
  • Recommended uses of third-party cloud security controls.
  • Steps to continuously monitor and prevent unintended exposure of sensitive data.


Kurt Van Etten – Chief Product Officer, RedSeal

Kurt Van Etten joined RedSeal in August 2015. Prior to RedSeal Kurt was Director of Product Management for Symantec’s Data Center Security offerings, where he delivered security, risk, and compliance solutions. Previously Kurt served as the Director of Risk Product Management at PayPal responsible for developing solutions for Identity Risk, Merchant Risk, Resolutions and Protections. Kurt also was Director of Information Security Programs at eBay with responsibility for the Network Security and Risk & Compliance teams. Additionally, Kurt has held positions at Motorola and as an officer in the United States Marine Corps.

Kurt holds an MBA from the Kellogg School at Northwestern University, a Masters in Engineering Management from Northwestern University, and a BS from the United States Naval Academy.

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Warner Moore – Entrepreneurial technology and cybersecurity executive scaling tech and companies securely, Gamma Force

Warner Moore is a strategic executive leader and manager with a background in technology and information security. He has focused his career in working with entrepreneurial growth organizations where technology is their business and product. Within these organizations, Warner has an accomplished record of building successful cybersecurity programs and high performing teams who embrace DevOps culture and practices.

As an international speaker, Warner has been invited to present to university students, technology professionals, and business leaders in a classroom setting as well as at conferences such as Startup Week, CloudDevelop, Path to Agility, InfoSec Summit, CodeMash, Security BSides, DevOpsDays, and Abstractions.

Warner is passionate about culture, innovation, and community. His commitment to these values is demonstrated through his work leading organizations such as OLF Conference, LOPSA, and Toastmasters. The culmination of this work is the founding of Tech Community Coalition in 2016, a non-profit organization whose mission is to enable the greater tech community.

After building security and privacy capabilities for numerous organizations across industries at companies such as CoverMyMeds and Bold Penguin, Warner founded the cybersecurity strategy firm Gamma Force. Through Gamma Force, Warner serves as a virtual CISO for clients that include Deep Lens and Smart Columbus, and advises startups to scale them through concept and growth phases.

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Jones Uzan – Senior Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services

Jones Uzan is a well versed IT professional with over 21 years’ experience in both the enterprise and startup customer segments. He was formerly a Microsoft systems engineer and instructor, a Linux & Storage systems engineer, Security consultant and now a Cloud Solution Architect at AWS. He is very passionate about security in the cloud era.

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John Weald – Vice President of Engineering, RedSeal

John has extensive experience in leading, growing and mentoring teams building complex enterprise software specializing in security, cloud native and on premises products. Prior to RedSeal, John was VP of Engineering at Balbix Inc., a leader in Risk Based Vulnerability Management. Prior to Balbix John was VP of Engineering at Voltage Security, the leader in enterprise encryption. After the acquisition of Voltage in 2015, John went on to lead the Voltage, Atalla HSM, Fortify and ArcSight engineering teams for HPE and Micro Focus. 

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ISSA Webinars and Conference series cover all the continuing education credits to maintain your cyber security certifications. (CPEs, CEUs, ECE, etc). Each hour is equal to one continuing education credit. Certificates of completion are available upon request after completion. For instructions, click here.

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