Benefits and challenges of securing your cloud data

On this episode of the Infosec Cyberspeak podcast, Andrew Howard, chief technology officer for Kudelski Security, discusses the security risks that can arise when your company finally makes the full transition to a digital existence in the cloud.

In the podcast, Howard and host Chris Sienko discuss:

– Can you tell us a little bit about your security journey? (1:35)
– What are some of the big projects you’re currently working on at Kudelski Security? (3:05)
– Should everyone be thinking about migrating to the cloud, or are there some organizations where it isn’t appropriate? (4:35)
– How has popular thought around cloud-hosting changed in recent years? (5:40)
– What exactly do most companies transfer to the cloud? (6:40)
– Is cloud migration typically done in stages? (7:50)
– What are the benefits of a cloud-based business? (9:45)
– What effect will GDPR and CCPA have on cloud migration? (10:55)
– What are some reg flags to watch out for when migrating data to the cloud? (12:00)
– How does secure authentication and identity management factor into the cloud? (13:30)
– What are some of the most common mistakes companies make? (14:35)
– Do you have any budget strategies to combat inevitable cost overruns? (16:15)
– What are the most important security strategies to ensure your assets are protected? (16:55)
– How are job roles changing due to cloud services? (18:05)

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*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Infosec Resources authored by Jeff Peters. Read the original post at: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/infosecResources/~3/s8XVM6wNAgM/