Cloud Computing Security

About The Course

Cloud computing is the use of hardware and software resources that are delivered as a service typically over the Internet. It entrusts remote services with user's data, software and computation.

Although there are numerous business advantages and opportunities offered by cloud computing in terms of improved availability, scalability, flexibility etc., it is important to tap its business potential carefully. Securing the client data in the "cloud" must be the prime concern for the cloud service provider. Legal concerns over jurisdiction of client data in “cloud” needs to be addressed properly. This is because the stored data may not reside with service provider in its own data center or at a single location.

In this course, we shall first discuss the characteristics of cloud computing and later on focus specifically on cloud security’s best practices taking reference from industry standards like NIST, OWASP, Cloud Security Alliance etc. We then look into the broad set of policies, technologies, and controls deployed to protect client data, applications and infrastructure associated with cloud computing.

Who should attend?

  • Business Owners
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Senior Managers
  • Cloud solution providers
  • Business Analysts
  • Developers
  • Compliance managers
  • Security Enthusiasts

Table of Contents

Session 1: Cloud Knowledge Foundation
Session 2: Knowing Cloud Vendors - Demos
Session 3: Cloud Security
  • Virtualization Concepts and security
  • Risk Assessment on Cloud Migration
  • Emerging Threats
Session 4: IOS Application Security
Session 5: Cloud Infrastructure Security
Session 6: Cloud Application Security
Session 7: Cloud Data Security Best Practices
Session 8: Compliance, Audit and policy for cloud computing
Session 9: Identity and Access Management (IAM)
Session 10: Security monitoring and forensics in cloud
Session 11: Security Standards

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