Cloud Security

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Take a look at the type of research you can expect at Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit 2023 in National Harbor, MD.

Get up to speed with current cloud security concepts. Understand new and upcoming concepts to build your cloud security strategy and architecture.

A sample of 2022 sessions include:

  • Outlook for Cloud Security
  • Transform Traditional Network Security Products Into Agile Cloud-Based and SASE Solutions
  • A Pragmatic Approach to Implementing a Zero Trust Security Architecture
  • How to Protect Confidential Data in Cloud Processing
  • The Future of Cybersecurity Mesh
  • Charting the Future of Cloud-Native Security Operations
  • Enabling Cloud-Native DevSecOps
  • Best Practices for Securing Cloud-Native Applications Built on Containers and Kubernetes
  • Anticipate How AI Will Change How You Build Security Products

Guide to Cloud Security Concepts

This guide for security and risk management professionals will help you get up to speed with current cloud security concepts and acronyms. You will learn new and upcoming concepts relevant to the building of cloud security strategy and architecture.

The constant growth of technologies, strategies and new vendors poses an additional challenge for cloud security. This guide helps you understand the core concepts of cloud security, from people and processes to the technologies at each of the layers needed to ensure your cloud security strategy keeps up with the pace of change.

Key findings

  • Cloud security architecture and cloud security architect roles are key to the success of cloud computing initiatives because the cloud requires a different set of security design principles, processes and technologies.
  • Cloud risk assessment must be automated to keep pace with business needs.
  • Tier 1 cloud providers are usually the more secure starting points for workloads of all types.
  • Many companies have adopted a multicloud strategy, which necessitates the use of third-party security tools for consistent policy and governance across a multicloud landscape.
  • End users are increasingly consuming hundreds of software as a service applications and multiple infrastructure as a service offerings, and are building new services using platform as a service technologies. Cloud security initiatives must therefore take account of the various cloud “form factors” used by many organizations.

Cloud security, cybersecurity, privacy, risk management and more are covered in depth at this year’s virtual conference. View Pricing

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