Through a fully immersive virtual environment, attendees will be able to interact with leading solution providers and other end users tasked with securing various cloud environments and services.
"As enterprises adopt cloud-based services to leverage benefits such as scalability, increased efficiency, and cost savings, security has remained a top concern," said Mike Lennon, Managing Director at SecurityWeek. "SecurityWeek's Cloud Security Summit will help organizations learn how to utilize tools, controls, and design models needed to properly secure cloud environments."
The Cloud Security Summit kicks off at 11:00AM ET on Thursday, August 13, 2020 and features sessions, including:
Augmenting Native Cloud Security Services to Achieve Enterprise-grade Security
Measuring and Mitigating the Risk of Lateral Movement
Weathering the Storm: Cyber AI for Cloud and SaaS
Securing Cloud Requires Network Policy and Segmentation
Managing Digital Trust in the Era of Cloud Megabreaches
The Rise of Secure Access Service Edge (SASE)
Fireside Chat with Gunter Ollmann, CSO of Microsoft's Cloud and AI Security Division
Sponsors of the 2020 Cloud Security Summit include: DivvyCloud by Rapid7, Tufin, Darktrace, SecurityScorecard, Bitglass, Orca Security, Auth0 and Datadog.
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