Understand how encryption in flight works, and when to leverage it.
- [Instructor] Let's talk about encryption in flight…now that we've discussed encryption at rest.…This is where information is transmitted…from one point to another, and it's encrypted…so it can't be seen as it moves through the network.…In this scenario here, a user ID and password is entered,…Azure subscription credentials are sent,…a StorSimple Manager Service…basically takes the credentials,…a data-encryption certificate public key is set,…and the encrypted data is sent over the secure protocol.…
The data-encryption certificate private key,…basically, is leveraged to unencrypt the data…as it's transmitted to the target.…The service data encryption key comes into play,…and the data-encryption certificate comes into play.…The idea here, in this scenario,…is that we, in essence, authenticate ourselves to Azure,…and then we send information over the system,…and that information, as it flows down…to the particular target, in this case,…a set of database servers, is encrypted so the information…can't be seen as it flies through the network.…
- 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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