Did you know that contrary to popular belief, the most common cloud security threats are not outside attacks, but rather misconfigurations? To fully secure public cloud platforms, we need to understand them deeply. This requires both upskilling existing information security office with cloud expertise and shifting the way security responsibilities are spread across the organization. I have assessed the security hundreds of solutions built on the Microsoft Azure cloud and found that there are some key security pitfalls that are common across all industry verticals and company sizes. In this session, I will share what these security pitfalls are, why do they matter and how to mitigate them.
Karl Ots is a cloud and cybersecurity expert, as well as international speaker and trainer, with a broad range of deep Azure expertise. He believes that secure cloud technologies are the key to successful digital transformation. He applies his passion as Head of Cloud Security at EPAM Systems. Karl has been working with Microsoft Azure since 2011 in a variety of forums ranging from large projects to speaking at largest tech conferences, such as Microsoft Ignite. Karl is a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). He is the author of Azure Security Handbook.
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