Speaker: Aaron Hackworth - Senior Executive and Engineering Fellow, Counter Threat Unit Research Group Office of the CTO - Secureworks
Recorded: July 15, 2020
Duration: 57 mins
What you'll learn:
- 4 areas of cloud deployments threat actors commonly target
- How these areas have contributed to high profile cloud breaches
- Cloud computing trends and what they mean for you
Cloud computing is rapidly evolving, but what does that mean for security teams? As cloud use continues to increase, the threats teams face and the approaches required to address them are changing.
This webcast will look at the most common security threats facing cloud deployments and how they have contributed to actual breaches. Get advice on addressing these threats to help you prepare for and prevent their effects. Plus, find out the one area companies should focus on to prevent cloud breaches and look at three other areas that are increasingly contributing to vulnerable conditions being exploited by threat actors.
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