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FREE Definitive Guide to Public Cloud Security

Discover how each public cloud provider's cyber security stacks up, and how today's companies are making intelligent, tactical investments in protecting identity and data access in the cloud.

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  • Pros and Cons for AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud's Identity and Access Management Mechanisms
  • Review Differences in Security Practices Between The 3 Major Cloud Providers
  • Gain Insight Into Least Privilege as the Default Organizing Principle for Cloud Security
  • How IT Security & DevSecOps Teams can Explain How The Shift to Public Cloud is Changing the Rules for Security
  • What Principles Each Public Cloud Vendor is Using
  • Different Approaches to Account Organization & How Resources are Protected.
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2019 SINET 16 INNOVATOR AWARD WINNER

2019 SINET 16 INNOVATOR AWARD WINNER

Innovator award winner, Sonrai’s public cloud security platform provides a complete risk model of all identity and data relationships, including activity and movement across cloud accounts, cloud providers, and 3rd party data stores.

2019 SINET 16 INNOVATOR AWARD WINNER

Innovator award winner, Sonrai’s public cloud security platform provides a complete risk model of all identity and data relationships, including activity and movement across cloud accounts, cloud providers, and 3rd party data stores.

Webinar: Pillars of Cloud Security: Achieving and Maintaining Least Privilege

Least privilege, the state in which identities have access to only what they need and no more, is ideal for a cloud security environment. Taking a data-driven approach is fundamental to monitor IAM permissions as well as data access to achieve and maintain least privilege. The key is being able to determine the effective permissions completely, including all direct and indirect access paths from both people and non-people identities.

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