WORKSHOP: Cloud Security 101 (Separate Registration Required)
Time 12/09/19 08:30AM-11:30AM
Room Grand Chenier (5th)
This workshop will introduce participants to the security considerations of implementing and architecting cloud services. Participants will be asked to think through real world example of security’s impact on designing, and building for the cloud with a goal to provide actionable patterns to be implemented back on your home campus. The workshop will be broken down into the following sections:
-Structuring a Security Engagement with your Cloud Provider: Why technical people need to know the security implications of Cloud Contracts
-Securing Cloud Access: Not all connectivity is the same
-What is the difference between connecting to the cloud ‘privately’ v ‘encrypted?
-How does application connectivity change the conversation around encryption?
-What does ‘cloud native’ mean?
-Can an application with a public IP be secured?
-What is the role of a VPNs in cloud connectivity?
-Securing Cloud Architectures: Tools to get the job done
-How do you increase visibility across cloud workloads?
-What tools exist to respond to a malware compromise on a cloud instance?
-How does monitoring and logging differ in the cloud?
-How can containers help (and hurt) your security posture?
Speaker Nicholas Lewis Internet2
Speaker Shannon Roddy Internet2
Speaker Sean O'Brien Internet2
Speaker Sara Jeanes Internet2
Primary track Cloud Architecture
Secondary tracks Information Security