Lessons Learned from the #1 Cause of Data Breaches in the Cloud

Data breaches caused by cloud misconfigurations have been dominating news headlines in recent years with 80% of companies in the United States experiencing a cloud-related breach according to research by IDC.

With organizations around the world shifting to cloud-first strategies, particularly to accommodate greater numbers of home workers, IT teams are right to be concerned about the security health of their environments.

View the Webinar On-Demand where we will look at some of the most common configuration mistakes which have led to major data breaches; and why continuous monitoring via Security Configuration Management (SCM) tools are critical to help prevent and quickly identify a breach.

What you'll learn

  • How the data breaches caused by misconfiguration were successful at Capital One, Imperva and CenturyLink
  • The challenges of growing cloud infrastructures, remote workforces and industrial environments
  • The SCM basics and how it works alongside other critical security controls to harden systems and achieve compliance
  • How to identify misconfiguration incidents as they occur and remediate with automated solutions to save time and manual effort

Key Speakers

   Kathleen Patentreger
   Senior VP of Benchmarks Development, CIS
   Mark Kedgley
   CTO at NNT
   Dirk Schrader (CISSP/CISM)
   Global VP of Product Marketing at NNT
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