IAM governance is a priority for DevOps and security teams in the public cloud. Accounts, access, permissions, and privileges have […]
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In today's public cloud, data security and privacy are challenging to protect. Many organizations are storing a significant amount of data in the public cloud and even unmanaged environments, increasing challenges for regulatory compliance. At the same time, there are privacy mandates, such as GDPR, which can add to the complexities of governing data. Without a proper data governance program; however, organizations may face difficulties in meeting these privacy compliance mandates.
Read about the top ten notorious cloud data breaches of 2020 including how each was caused and how they could have been prevented.
Understanding, fighting, and preventing alert fatigue in AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud
While the cloud offers a plethora of benefits, it also has more than its share of vulnerabilities. Companies looking to improve overall corporate performance by accessing cloud assets must also avoid the pitfalls that come with that territory. Developing a unified security strategy that encompasses all cloud-native assets as well as on-prem values reduces or eliminates many threats. Using Identity and Access Management systems (IAM) as the central theme of that strategy ensures that no one and nothing gets through the new 'perimeter.'
Sonrai Security has sponsored and moderated boardroom discussions with Evanta CISOs and we wanted to share our key public cloud takeaways.