3 can’t-miss cloud security sessions at SADA Ground School 2023

SADA Says | Cloud Computing Blog

By SADA Says | Cloud Computing Blog

One of the best ways to improve the security posture of your organization is to learn from experts who’ve dealt with their share of worst-case scenarios. Your chance to gather valuable insights from security professionals who’ve developed comprehensive security strategies is coming soon. 

You’re invited to join us March 22nd at SADA Ground School, where you’ll find a full schedule of sessions devoted to new security strategies and evolving cyber threats, in addition to sessions on myriad aspects of cloud transformation for both technical and business roles. Here are a few of the security sessions we’re looking forward to:

What cloud security posture management means for your organization

When it comes to cloud security, cloud environment misconfigurations are a leading attack vector. In this session, you’ll learn about cloud security posture management (CSPM) and the tools SADA uses to ensure that customer cloud environments are protected and continuously monitored for misconfigurations before they can be exploited.

Security operations: rising to the challenges of a modern SOC

Adopting cloud technologies can strain traditional security information and event management (SIEM) technologies, causing companies to reduce log retention or filter log ingestion, leading to potential blind spots during an incident response investigation. In this session, you’ll learn how modern cloud-focused SIEM technologies with modern threat intelligence capabilities can help teams quickly identify threats, and how additional features like security orchestration, automation, and response tooling can help optimize remediation workflows for security events.

From zero trust to infinite opportunity
Zero trust security replaces the traditional idea of perimeters, trusted networks, devices, personas, or processes with multi-attribute-based levels of confidence that enable authentication and authorization policies founded on the concept of least privileged access. In this session, you’ll learn what this means to Google and how you can adopt best practices for zero trust in your own organization, even in multicloud environments.


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