So, what does an breech look like? Let's look at some examples.
- [Instructor] Okay, let's talk about cloud security…and really, the attack factors that are out there.…Really, breach scenarios or things that you need to…watch out for when you're protecting your cloud.…I think it's very helpful that we understand…not only the enabling technology to secure our clouds,…but also understand the types of attacks…that we're preventing.…And I think that if you're going to lose sight of…the types of attacks that you're going to see coming…inbound to your cloud-based systems…and be able to prevent the breaches,…then you're gonna be able to know…how to defend against them.…
You're gonna be able to know how to put up…enabling technology that's gonna be able…to block the attack.…So let's talk specifically about those.…So keep in mind that clouds are typically more secure…than on-premise systems.…So while people are typically skeptical about…security in the cloud, the reality is that cloud computing…is gonna provide us with a better protection mechanism,…because the enabling technology, identity access,…
- Cloud security on the infrastructure, application, and data levels
- Identity and access management
- Cloud security services: AWS, Microsoft, and third-party solutions
- Cloud encryption
- Cloud compliance services
- Planning cloud security
Skill Level Beginner
Amazon Web Services: Enterprise Securitywith Sharif Nijim2h 7m Intermediate
Microsoft Azure: Security Conceptswith David Elfassy2h 9m Intermediate
1. Cloud Security Basics
2. Cloud Security Services
3. Cloud Compliance Services
4. Planning Cloud Security
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