Join Kevin L. Jackson for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Cloud Security Considerations for the Financial Services Industry.
- [Instructor] To get the most out of this course you should be familiar with some key cloud computing tenants including: cloud computing definitions and key drivers, essential could computing characteristics, cloud computing deployment and service models, IT implementation options, infrastructure attack vectors, and software attack vectors. Don't worry if you don't feel comfortable with these concepts we will review them next. Some possible prep courses include Learning Cloud Computing: Core Concepts, Cloud Architecture: Core Concepts, and Cloud Computing: Cloud Governance.
AuthorKevin L. Jackson
- Cloud computing drivers
- Deployment and services models
- Attack vectors
- Cyberthreats to financial services
- Regional requirements for data privacy and protection
- Regional risk and compliance requirements
- Case studies in financial cloud security
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Cloud Computing Overview
2. Financial Services Industry's Approach to Cybersecurity
3. Regional Data Protection and Privacy Requirements
4. Regional Risk and Compliance Requirements
5. Key Threats and Controls in Financial Cloud Security
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