By Hillary Barron, Research Analyst and CloudBytes Program Manager, Cloud Security Alliance
Whether you’re trying to make the move to cloud while managing an outdated endpoint backup, attempting to figure out how to overcome the challenges pertaining to developing and deploying security automation, or determining how and why you should build an insider threat program CSA has a webinar that can answer your questions and help set you on the right path.
June 13: 4 Lessons IT Pros Have Learned From Managing Outdated Endpoint Backup (Presentation by Aimee Simpson of Code42, Shawn Donovan of F5 Networks, and Kurt Levitan of Harvard University)
In this session, you’ll hear from IT professionals at F5 Networks and Harvard University, as well as a Code42 expert as they discuss:
- Why all endpoint backup isn’t created equally.
- How outdated or insufficient backup solutions leave you with gaps that put user data at risk.
- What technical capabilities you should look for in your next backup solution.
June 15: Security Automation Strategies for Cloud Services (Presentation by Peleus Uhley of Adobe)
Security automation strategies are a necessity for any cloud-scale enterprise. There are challenges to be met at each phase of developing and deploying security automation including identifying the appropriate automation goals, creating an accurate view of the organization, tool selection, and managing the returned data at scale. This presentation will provide the details of various of open-source materials and methods that can be used to address each of those challenges.
June 20: How and Why to Build an Insider Threat Program (Presentation by Jadee Hanson of Code42)
Get a behind-the-scenes look at what it’s really like to run an insider threat program — a program in which you can take steps to prevent employees from leaking, exfiltrating, and exposing company information. This webinar will provide cloud security professionals with insider threat examples (and why you should care), recommendations for how to get buy-in from key stakeholders, and lessons learned from someone who has experienced it firsthand.