CSA Summit at RSA Conference 2018 Turns Its Focus to Enterprise Grade Security: Will you be there?

By J.R. Santos,  Executive Vice President of Research, Cloud Security Alliance

CSA Summit at RSAC 2018Today’s enterprise cloud adoption has moved well beyond the early adopters to encompass a wide range of mission-critical business functions. As financial services, government and other industries with regulatory mandates have made significant steps into the cloud over the past year, it’s only fitting that this year’s CSA Summit at RSA Conference 2018, now in its ninth year, turn its attention to enterprise-grade security.

For both companies and governments, however, making this leap has not come without effort. It’s required a transformation in both the technology of security and the mindset of security professionals. To help facilitate this transformation, we’ll again be bringing together some of the best and brightest minds from across the industry to share the common practices that are enabling the shift to cloud as our dominant IT system.

Thought leaders from multi-national enterprises, government, cloud providers and the information security industry will be speaking on some of cloud security’s most pressing topics, including:

  • Appetite for Destruction – The Cloud Edition. Over the last two years, the multitude of data leaks and breaches in the cloud has skyrocketed. Many of these leaks are reminiscent of the past security lessons, and some show new attributes unique to our evolving computing environments. In this short talk, Raj Samani, chief scientist at McAfee, takes a look at the past, and peers toward the future.
  • Cloud Security Journey. Get a preview of how a major retailer solves the problem of security software chaos and fragmentation while addressing new security requirements in this session from Symantec and Albertsons Companies. You’ll get a real-world perspective on how they approached cloud security while addressing end-to-end compliance, data governance, and threat protection requirements.
  • A GDPR-Compliance & Preparation Report Card. With the impending May 2018 deadline for GDPR compliance, organizations worldwide need to account for the regulation in their security policies and programs. Join Netskope Chief Scientist Krishna Narayanaswamy and CSO Jason Clark for an interactive session that previews their recent study with the Cloud Security Alliance on how organizations are preparing for compliance.
  • The Software-Defined Perimeter in Action. Cyxtera’s Cybersecurity Officer Chris Day will chronicle how organizations have taken CSA’s Software-Defined Perimeter (SDP) from experimental to enterprise-grade. You’ll walk away with valuable insights and learn compelling best practices on how enterprises can make SDP adoption a reality.

Other discussions and panels will also explore new frontiers that are accelerating change in information security, such as artificial intelligence, blockchain and fog computing.

Register for RSAC and the Summit today using the discount code 18UCSAFD to receive $100 of the full conference pass to RSAC or receive a complimentary expo pass with the code X8ECLOUD. The CSA Summit is a free event for all registered conference attendees regardless of pass.

For those interested in taking their careers to the next level, we also are offering the CCSK Plus Hands-on Course (April 15-16) at the RSA Conference 2018. Our intensive 2-day course gives you hands-on, in-depth cloud security training, where you’ll learn to apply your knowledge as you perform a series of exercises to complete a scenario bringing a fictional organization securely into the cloud and emerge prepared to take the Certificate of Cloud Security Knowledge exam.

The CCSK gives you a distinct edge over your cloud security colleagues. Why else would CIO Magazine have called it the “Mother of all cloud computing security certifications?” Certification Magazine even listed CCSK at #1 on the Average Salary Survey 2016.

So what are you waiting for? Register now.

 

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