What does success look like to you when it comes to securing applications in the public cloud?
Perhaps it’s surviving the year without hitting the headlines for a data breach. Or being able to understand your organisation’s cloud infrastructure footprint so you can accurately secure it? Maybe you want to ensure compliance audits go off without a hitch? Or improve collaboration on security and compliance fixes with siloed compliance and development teams?
Whatever you want to do, this webinar can help. It explores the seven most important steps in securing the public cloud, providing practical guidance that every organization can follow. It includes the results of threat research from SophosLabs into the frequency with which cybercriminals target cloud-based instances.
Join this session to find out the seven security best practices to follow when using Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, or Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
Security software company Sophos says most cloud security incidents are a results of misconfigurations.
The use of multi-cloud affects security in a number of ways and organisations need to know what measures to take to avert threats, says Sophos.
Your speaker, Richard Beckett, the Senior Product Marketing Manager at Sophos, will arm you with a practical set of best practice approaches to securing the public cloud – based on conversations with CISOs in a range of businesses around the world.
Richard is responsible for Product Marketing of Sophos public cloud and SaaS email security tech. After getting his break working with tech start-ups and telecom VARs, he spent the best part of his 20s and 30’s in Product Management and Product Marketing for premium IaaS hosting brands, before joining Sophos in 2016.
Sophos evolves to meet every new challenge, protecting more than 400 000 organisations of all sizes, in more than 150 countries, from today’s most advanced cyber threats. Powered by SophosLabs, our cloud-native and AI-enhanced solutions are able to adapt and evolve to secure endpoints and networks against never-before-seen cyber criminal tactics and techniques.
Please visit: www.sophos.com.