Join Malcolm Shore for an in-depth discussion in this video Managing incident response, part of Cybersecurity with Cloud Computing.
- Incident response is one of the most…critical areas of information security,…whether for incidents occurring in traditional platforms,…or client services.…Despite all the best-laid plans,…and all the efforts invested in security systems,…the possibility of an attack being successful…can't be totally eliminated.…The National Institute of Standards and Technology…has published a standard for incident response frameworks…called Special Publication 861.…
While incidents affecting cloud services…can be mapped to this standard, some gaps exist…due to the unique characteristics of the Cloud.…These gaps are covered in Domain 9…of the Cloud Security Association's guidance.…Cloud services can, in some cases,…be a much easier environment for managing incidents.…Containment is simplified in an infrastructure cloud service…by the ability to snapshot virtual machines…and then shut them down with simultaneous provisioning…of a new instance for service continuity.…
Unfortunately, there are plenty of challenges…when conducting incident response on cloud services.…
- 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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