How secure is your organizations cloud environment?

The adoption of cloud based services is on a rapid upwards trend, with 41% of enterprise workloads anticipated to be run on public cloud platforms, such as Amazon Web Services, by 2020[1].  

This shift has created unique challenges for security professionals as they are forced to navigate increasingly complex environments and security threats.

Join us for our upcoming TECH Talk as we explore architectural best practices, common security issues and key considerations for a reliable, secure and resilient cloud infrastructure environment.

Tuesday March 20 at 11AM EST | 16:00 GMT

Focusing on AWS (Amazon Web Services) this TECH Talk will explore:

  • pertinent differences on how to build, deploy and manage your infrastructure and applications in the cloud, versus on-premises;

  • common security issues we have come across that you should be aware of;

  • how to get started measuring cloud security and maturity;

  • some first steps to designing a more secure cloud environment.

Who should attend:

  • Information security and risk management professionals



Justin-Clarke-Salt_220x220_Aon headshot.jpg Justin Clarke-Salt
Co-Founder and Managing Director, Gotham Digital Science, a Stroz Friedberg company

Justin has over 19 years of risk management, security consulting and security testing experience in the United Kingdom, the United States, and New Zealand (read more).

 Aaron Guzman2.jpg Aaron Guzman
Manager, Gotham Digital Science, a Stroz Friedberg company

Aaron Guzman is a Manager with Gotham Digital Science, a Stroz Friedberg company based in the Los Angeles office. He is also is a Board Member for the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) Los Angeles, Cloud Security Alliance SoCal (CSA SoCal), a Technical Editor for the “Practical Internet of Things Security” book , and Co-Author of "IoT Penetration Testing Cookbook" with Packt Publishing. (read more).

[1]     LogicMonitor's survey is predicting that 41% of enterprise workloads will be run on public cloud platforms (Amazon AWS, Google Cloud Platform, IBM Cloud, Microsoft Azure and others) by 2020.