ElevenPaths Talks


How to Protect myself in the Cloud?

July 5, 2018. We will look into the security issues and explain through practical demonstrations what are the main controls that we must take into account, how to implement them, and with what tools we can audit them. Press play hacker!

11Paths Talks: How to Protect myself in the Cloud?

Something Strange Happens in my Network
Something Strange Happens in my Network CSA team & guests June 14, 2018
How to Protect myself in the Cloud?
How to Protect myself in the Cloud? CSA team & guests July 5, 2018
The Art of Deception
The Art of Deception CSA team & guests August 9, 2018
Detecting threats with intelligent
Detecting threats with intelligent CSA team & guests September 6, 2018
Wifi Network Security
Wifi Network Security CSA team & guests October 4, 2018
Privileged Identity Management
Privileged Identity Management CSA team & guests November 1, 2018
Mobile Device Security Management
Mobile Device Security Management CSA team & guests December 6, 2018

When the Amazon board of directors, from one of the leading providers of cloud services worldwide, says that “they only need a single security failure to stay out of the cloud business”, it clearly exemplifies the importance of security for cloud service suppliers. This concern became especially evident when vulnerabilities appeared in the Intel processors, Spectre and Meltdown; which are practically harmless for end users, but dramatic for cloud services, as losing 30% of the performance could mean bankruptcy.

For this reason, all providers have a wide and complete variety of security solutions, which include but are not limited to: access control, audit records, profiling of users and roles, levels of authorization, digital certificates, encryption and so on, with which they are able to guarantee the security of the services that we upload to the cloud.

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