ET-Sophos | Security on the Cloud: What Works
April 27, 2021 3:30PM
According to a November 2020 IDC survey, more than 60 per cent Indian organisations plan to leverage cloud platforms for digital innovation. While it’s good news that the adoption rates are increasing, the flip side is the enterprises are prone to multiple threats. Going forward, organisations will need to explore how they can keep their cloud software secure, and their company and employee data safe. Through this webinar we will engage with leading cyber security experts to understand how those moving to and adapting to cloud deployments can make their data and processes safer and easier to recover from security incidents.
Key Talking Points
- Securing enterprise data in a hybrid cloud environment.
- Constructively assessing threats and protecting data and assets.
- Knowing the vulnerabilities and threats in a hybrid or off-premises model.
- Popular security auditing benchmarks and tools, and how to adapt them to achieve desired security outcomes.
- Role of businesses in keeping cloud resources safe as a part of shared responsibility with the cloud provider.
- Key security considerations & best practices to follow while migrating to the cloud.
Paul MurraySenior Director
Krishnan VenkateswaranChief Digital & Information Officer
Venkata Jayaraman MChief Risk Officer
Fincare Small Finance Bank
Alokesh BhattacharyyaSenior Editor
The Economic Times
Suchetna RaySenior Assistant Editor
The Economic Times
Powered by SophosLabs and SophosAI – a global threat intelligence and data science team – Sophos’ cloud-native and AI-powered solutions secure endpoints (laptops, servers and mobile devices) and networks against evolving cyberattack techniques, including ransomware, malware, exploits, data exfiltration, active-adversary breaches, phishing, and more.
Sophos Central, a cloud-native management platform, integrates Sophos’ entire portfolio of next-generation products, including the Intercept X endpoint solution and the XG next-generation firewall, into a single “synchronized security” system accessible through a set of APIs.
Sophos has been driving a transition to next-generation cybersecurity, leveraging advanced capabilities in cloud, machine learning, APIs, automation, managed threat response, and more, to deliver enterprise-grade protection to any size organization.
Sophos sells its products and services exclusively through a global channel of more than 53,000 partners and managed service providers (MSPs).
Sophos also makes its innovative commercial technologies available to consumers via Sophos Home.
The company is headquartered in Oxford, U.K.
More information is available at www.sophos.com.