Securing Cloud 4.0: New Approaches to Protect Data in the Cloud

  • Date 07 Jun 2017

Securing Cloud 4.0: New Approaches to Protect Data in the Cloud

07 Jun 2017, 15:45 - 16:35

Keynote Stage

Language:
English

With the arrival of Office 365, increased automation and regulatory pressures, in particular EU GDPR, protecting your organisation’s data in the cloud continues to be a big challenge. At the same time, the cloud is seen by many to offer security advantages as a trusted platform leading to increased adoption. 

This panel will provide actionable insight into how to protect and gain visibility of an organisation’s data in the cloud through effective assurance and management, along with appropriate technical controls. The session will discuss the evolving nature of the threats and the impact of new technological development such as the IoT on cloud security.

  • Analyse the evolution of the cloud threat landscape and pinpoint the risks to your organisation
  • Understand how to manage a hybrid model as you migrate data to the cloud
  • Learn how to articulate the pros and cons of cloud security to senior management to get buy-in
  • Evaluate the role of automation in security controls for the cloud
  • Understand the cloud providers role in security under EU GDPR

 

Contributors

  • Daniele Catteddu

    Panellist

    CTO

    Cloud Security Alliance

    Daniele Catteddu is an information security and risk management practitioner, technologies expert and privacy evangelist with over 15 of experience....

  • Mark Jones

    Panellist

    CISO

    Allen & Overy

  • Anton Karpov

    Panellist

    CISO

    Yandex

    Anton has worked in information security industry since the beginning of the century. He began his career as penetration tester and ISO 27002 auditor...

  • Bob Tarzey

    Moderator

    Analyst and Director

    Quocirca

    Bob Tarzey has been analyst UK-based analyst house Quocirca since 2002. His main areas of coverage are IT security, networking and on-demand...

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