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Modern Mythology: Data On Prem is More Secure than in the Cloud

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The supposed security superiority of on-premises environments have been used countless times to slow roll cloud initiatives since the early days of the public cloud. However, if you look closely, is there a real advantage to securing data on-premises versus in the cloud? In this talk, Dave Cole and Mark Curphey, cybersecurity veterans whose experience stretches across 50 years combined, break down how exactly the opposite is true: it’s often possible, and in fact, actually easier to secure a public cloud environment than it is to properly defend an on-premises environment.

This presentation will cover the following:

  • Compare and contrast a wide range of factors, from identity models to observability and outsourcing
  • Core security functions like vulnerability management and patching to explore how the move to the public cloud fundamentally changes what is possible (For example, when’s the last time you were in the office to patch that aging firmware?)
  • Key differences between protecting physical and software-defined infrastructure
  • Reality check: what factors can make cloud security more challenging than before?

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Due largely to data sprawl across the cloud, misconfigurations of security controls are found in a majority of security incidents, like ransomware attacks. For this reason and others, data classification and the parent concept of governance is a growing need for security and privacy teams seeking to prevent data incidents.

In this ebook:

  • Learn how data classification works and its various use cases for cloud security including: ransomware defense, data governance and compliance, and others
  • Understand what makes a data classification engine effective
  • Discover how to automatically classify data and push responses to alerts to remediate a number of problems; from potential data leaks to critical data exposures