Learn what it means to secure cloud-based systems in the finance vertical.
- [Instructor] So let's talk about financial…compliance in Cloud computing.…What I like to do is use the COSO Framework.…What is that framework?…Well it stands for Committee of Sponsoring…Organizations of Treadway Commission,…and it's a joint initiative of five organizations…including the American Institute of CPAs,…and the Institute of Internal Auditors.…They're dedicated to providing thought…leadership and critical aspects of organizational…governance, business ethics, internal control,…enterprise risk management, fraud,…and financial reporting.…
So the idea is basically to look at the…regulations out there,…the environment that you're in,…and figure out what kind of controls that need…to be enacted on your data and your workloads…that exist in the cloud.…So there are certain regulations, such as…Sarbanes-Oxley that come to mind in terms of…how we're gonna do internal controls…of existing data.…So this is, in essence,…a way to understand which things you need to…pay attention to or a checklist to understand…which compliant regulations,…
- 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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