Understand how to apply cloud security at the storage, compute, and network levels.
- [Instructor] Okay, let's talk about…cloud security infrastructure services.…And we'll start with the primitive services.…So, typically, public cloud providers have regions,…in other words, where they actually house their servers…and you can pick a region.…So you can pick the Northern Virginia region,…the California region, a European region,…Asia-based region, or other zones that are out there.…You can deal with things that are at the edge,…so in other words, you can deal with edge-based devices…which are going to be part of your infrastructure.…
And they typically can be IoT-based devices…that my be bound into a cloud through some sort…of IoT-based systems but we're starting to see more of these…as time goes on.…So not only is it central or regional,…but the ability to kind of push things out there…beyond the clouds, to the edge of the systems,…the edge-based devices, which are typically…gonna be internet of things.…Moving up the stack, we have infrastructure…as a service foundation services.…We have compute such as Amazon's EC2,…
- 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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