Find out what's inside the April 2021 edition of the Journal & download a free copy of this month's featured article
Midsize and large organizations are moving rapidly to multi cloud, with 75% adopting a multi and/or hybrid cloud strategy by this year [Gartner].
With a whopping 75% of cloud security expected to result from inadequate management of identities, access, and privileges by 2023 [Gartner], how do you protect your multi cloud infrastructure — and organization — from inappropriate access and privileges risk? The challenge is compounded by different approaches to managing permissions and privileges from one public cloud to the next.
Join Ermetic’s Or Priel, VP Product Management, for insight into how AWS and Azure handle identities, permissions and resources and how to manage identities and privileges risk in both environments. We will cover:
- Azure’s RBAC vs AWS’s IAM roles and policies
- Strategies for enforcing least privilege
- Governing access and protecting sensitive resources
- Using automation and analytics to mitigate risks across clouds
Nia Luckey – Extended Board of Advisers, Fayetteville Technical Community College
As an innovator and creator, I acknowledge obstacles and focus on opportunities for growth and holistic solutions. By enveloping transparency to break down communication barriers, the teams I support can step back, reassess, and move forward. My focus is on asking the question, “What does yes look like?” and leveraging my studies of Defense Acquisitions with concentrations in IT and Program management to drive innovation and automation forward in the programs and cloud services I support.
Or Priel – Product Management, Ermetic
Or has years of experience in cybersecurity. Prior to joining Ermetic as VP Product Management, Or worked for Palo Alto Networks for over six years, leading projects in various roles. Prior to his tenure there, he worked for CyVera, a cybersecurity company later acquired by Palo Alto Networks. During his military service, Or served as a captain in a special ops unit of the Israel Defense Forces Intelligence Corps.
Ochaun Marshall – Developer / Security Consultant, Secure Ideas, LLC - Professionally Evil
Ochaun (pronounced O-shawn) Marshall is a developer and security consultant with a background in computer science education and machine learning. In his roles at Secure Ideas, he works on ongoing development projects utilizing Amazon Web Services and breaks other people's web applications. When he is not swallowing gallons of the DevOps Kool Aid, he can be found blasting Two Steps from Hell while hacking, blogging and coding.
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.