Join Malcolm Shore for an in-depth discussion in this video Managing encryption and keys, part of Cybersecurity with Cloud Computing.
- Data classified as confidential…due to regulatory obligations or corporate policy…has to be protected as it moves to and from the cloud…and as it's stored there.…This can be achieved with encryption.…Encryption is a complex control though,…requiring a great deal of care when implementing it…and needing rigorous key management.…Encryption isn't always the answer…to protecting data in the cloud.…Confidential information can be replaced with tokens,…or information can be anonymized…by stripping confidential data out of it.…
Similarly, the access controls provided…as an integral part of cloud storage,…such as applying object level security…to a database using SQL grant and revoke statements…may in some situations be adequate.…Controls such as this aren't going to protect…against unauthorized access by cloud provider,…database and systems administrators.…Nevertheless, where alternative techniques are suitable…they can often provide…a much more convenient control than encryption.…
Encryption can be categorized as content aware encryption…
- 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
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