Cloud Security: How the Game is Changing in 2023
Organizations need to be able to harness the power and the agility cloud services afford, but securing those payloads is mission critical. You can’t afford a weak link – literally, as ransoms continue to grow. High-profile breaches impact the intellectual property and stock prices of major corporations every day.
This virtual event digs deep into cloud security strategies and tactics at every level, from cloud native architectures and zero trust security through remote workforce weak points. Arm yourself with tips you can use today and to reinforce your fortress for when – not if – the next big breach strikes in your cloud.
In recent years cloud services have become an integral part of most enterprises. However, cloud security is still a relatively new area for many organizations. This session will look at top trends, revelations, and the biggest action items for cloud security strategists in 2023 and beyond.
It’s become clear that remote work is here to stay. Software as a Service (SaaS) has become the new normal for many businesses, and the challenge now is how to scale cloud security for a crush of remote staff that have no way of physically connecting and are probably working from a Caribou.
In this keynote, we will discuss real-world tools and strategies for maintaining and securing your remote workforce, meeting them exactly where they are in terms of their work environment and the modes, methods, and modalities they use to access corporate resources. We will explore the unique security challenges of a SaaS-driven remote workforce and provide practical advice for how to address these challenges to keep your data and your organization safe
Limited cybersecurity talent and budgets are making it increasingly difficult for organizations to recover from attacks. As a result, organizations face longer recovery times and extended downtime, which in turn has a huge financial impact on businesses. Hear from your peers and industry experts on some of the new data security trends and strategies that are helping them shorten recovery time and minimize the financial impact of ransomware and other cyber attacks.
Cloud security is a challenging area for organizations due to a number of factors: macroeconomic pressures, geopolitical uncertainty, and a global shortage of 3.4 million qualified cybersecurity professionals (ISC2 2022 Cybersecurity Workforce Study). This session will dive into how to effectively scale and implement a cloud security strategy throughout an organization’s digital transformation journey.
Cloud computing requires capital, but it does not have to break the bank. Adapting to new, ongoing cost structures associated with cloud computing services requires IT leaders to look beyond upfront costs. Over time, organizations can find savings and improve ROI by managing expectations and understanding how cloud providers price services.
In this webinar, attendees will learn:
As quickly as security solutions and services are evolving, external threat and bad actors are moving just as fast. In this rapidly evolving threat landscape leveraging external teams to test & validate security can be a critical element to ensure your organizations defenses are up to the task. This session will examine the best ways to work with external teams to validate your security measures from penetration testing to Red Teams and what the best options are for a cloud environment.