For successful cloud adoption, one needs to understand the risk vs the reward and know how to mitigate those risks. Cloud security has been a major barrier and challenge for organizations moving into the cloud. Fortunately studies show this security concern is somewhat lessened this year. However, cloud security still remains at the forefront of boardroom discussions and security breaches in news headlines and the concerns at the top of cloud agendas.
In this webinar Dr. Mariana Carroll, Cloud Advisor, Trainer and Consultant, will walk us through the necessary assessment checklist for secure cloud adoption.
This webinar is recommended for experienced cloud trainers, consultants and practitioners.
About the Speaker
Dr. Mariana Carroll
Dr. Mariana Carroll, PhD in IT Governance and Risk Management, is a leading technology advisor and academic. Her research interests include Emerging Technologies, IT Management, IT Governance, IT Strategy and IT Effectiveness; she is also a speaker and author on the topics of Cloud Computing, Virtualization and IT Auditing. Her career spans consulting and training services and solutions around emerging technologies for large global corporations. She also holds a Postdoctoral Fellowship and serves on the Academic Advisory Board of the University of Pretoria Informatics Department. She previously launched and steered the Cloud Computing Centre of Excellence at Deloitte, and currently facilitates the CIO Transition Labs at Deloitte South Africa. Mariana’s professional career is built on her belief that knowledge and transformation are the two fundamental building blocks of any
Chapter 1: What is the current state of cloud security?
Chapter 2: What are the common gaps and how do we address cloud security?
Chapter 3: Stepping into cloud security management.
A checklist to ensure secure cloud adoption and use.
Chapter 4: Buiding a career in cloud security.
Chapter 5: The future of cloud security
About the author
Joey van Kuilenburg is a Product Marketeer who is making the world a better place, one product at a time. He prefers to put in a bit of extra work to make an “ok” product or experience an amazing product or experience.
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