We will review the primary needs for cloud security:
– Guardrails against misconfiguration
– Continuously Identify and Remediate Vulnerabilities in Cloud APIs, Apps, and Services
– Observability, Protection, and Reporting against Compliance and Risk Policies
– We will also review CNAPP — Cloud Native Application Protection Platform — and why companies need to take a closer look for the best cloud security
Cloud Security Frameworks: Clarity vs. Confusion
Doug Dooley – COO at Data Theorem
Doug is the Chief Operating Officer of Data Theorem. He heads up product strategy, marketing, sales, and customer success teams. Before joining Data Theorem, Dooley worked in venture capital leading investments of cloud-centric security, machine-learning, and infrastructure startups for Venrock. While at Venrock, Dooley served on the boards of Evident.io (Palo Alto Networks), Niara (HPE), and VeloCloud (VMware). Prior to Venrock, Dooley spent almost two decades as an entrepreneur and technology executive at some of the most innovative and market dominant technology infrastructure companies – ranging from large corporations such as Cisco and Intel to security and virtualization startups such as Neoteris, NetScreen, and RingCube. Earlier in his career, he held various management, engineering, sales, and marketing roles at Juniper Networks, Inktomi, and Nortel Networks. Dooley earned a B.S. in Computer Engineering from Virginia Tech.
Joe South – Sr Content Creator at CyberRisk Alliance
Joe South has been working in Cyber Security for over 8 years and has worked at companies of all sizes across multiple industries. Joe is also the host of the Security Unfiltered Podcast where he discusses current cyber security issues and educates his listeners on how to have a successful career in cyber security. Joe is currently in a role where he is empowered to implement a unified control framework across a multi-cloud environment. Joe has also created a widely known blog where he works to help others get into cyber security and have a successful career in the industry. Joe has obtained the CCSP, CCSK, AWS Security Specialty and the AWS CCP certifications, among others.
John Kinsella – Co-founder & CTO at Cysense
John Kinsella is the Co-founder & CTO of Cysense
Mike Shema – Security Partner at Square
Mike Shema is a Security Partner at Square.
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