In this video, learn about the steps in understanding your own security requirements.
- [Instructor] In my experience,…your security requirements are everything.…You should work from a checklist of your own making,…meaning that your issues are not the same issues…of the company down the street.…Never assume that things are secure.…You should assume that they are very much not secure…and prove them to be secure as you go through this process.…As you build requirements make sure that you centralize.…This includes policies, so that everyone is…on the same page when it comes to setting rules.…As well as access controls or consistent use…of access control technology…throughout the cloud deployment.…
Also, APIs.…Application programming interfaces that ensure that…we can programmatically access the security features.…Also repositories so we can keep track of all…of the entities within the cloud computing problem domain…for security and governess purposes.…Also maintaining centralized logs to ensure that we have…a centralized understanding of what's happening.…Finally, integrating and monitoring through…
- Types of clouds: SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS
- Identifying the data and applications to move to the cloud
- Migrating planning
- Selecting a provider
- Cloud security
- Cloud operations
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Cloud Computing Basics
2. Cloud Computing Planning
3. Cloud Security
4. Cloud Operations
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