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Enabling IaaS in your Enterprise, and Security and Visibility in Azure and AWS

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Shadow IT in the enterprise continues to be a problem, and now includes cloud services that come with their own inherent security measures, such as AWS and Azure. Built in security controls in a shared responsibility model can lead to confusion on who holds responsibility in the ‘Infrastructure –as-a-Service’ (IaaS) concept.

In this webinar, we will look at this extension of Shadow IT, how to regain control of your environment and how, despite the security within these services, you can gain visibility.

Key takeaways:

  • Why you need to gain visibility into cloud services and IaaS 
  • What the use of Shadow IaaS means for your company security
  • Mitigations for Shadow IT that can be adapted for IaaS
  • Which unified solutions can add security controls

Speakers

James Bone

Lecturer in Discipline-ERM, Columbia University's School of Professional Studies

Arun Goel

Director of Product Management CASB, Oracle

    Andrew Hay

    Co-Founder & CTO, LEO Cyber Security

      Dan  Raywood

      Contributing Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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