Join Malcolm Shore for an in-depth discussion in this video Controlling cloud access, part of Cybersecurity with Cloud Computing.
- While many cloud services are open to guest access,…some services have restricted access member-only areas.…Likewise, cloud-based enterprise systems…will need to restrict access to just authorized personnel.…Authorization is the process…of controlling access to resources.…There are a number of authorization models, such as…mandatory access control, role based access control,…discretionary access control and rule based access control.…Web access management systems will often support…rule and role based access control.…
Rule based access control can be implemented…using rules based on attributes, claims and authorizations.…The Cloud Security Alliance recommends…that application designers move to a rule based…access control model.…Access control in traditional systems is carried out…by a reference monitor, which mediates between…user access requests and system resources.…The concept of the reference monitor was formalized in 1995…with the publication of the X.812 standard.…
The main functions in X.812…are the Access Control Decision Function, ADF;…
- Essential cloud concepts: infrastructure, deployment models, and more
- Defining trust models for clouds
- Identifying governance and risk
- Complying with legal and audit requirements
- Managing incident response
- Maximizing application security
- Managing encryption and keys
- Implementing virtualization
- Introducing SABSA and the cloud attribute taxonomy
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Cloud Fundamentals
Identifying cloud incidents6m 16s
2. Cloud Security Guidance
3. Architecting Security
Next steps1m 34s
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