Archived Webinar: How Secure is Your Private Cloud? 

 

Speakers

Peter Bury
Cloud Security Specialist, Enterprise Technology Specialists Team
Intel Security

 

ISACA Members Earn Free CPE

Date: Tuesday, 27 September 2016
Time: 12PM (EDT) / 11AM (CDT) / 9AM (PDT) / 16:00 (UTC)

Overview

As datacenters evolve from physical places to private clouds to fully software-defined datacenters (SDDC), concerns about security tools and methods for ensuring a secure computing environment also change.

Understanding how operational models and technologies are changing is a key component to skillfully addressing risks when architecting a cloud environment. Software-defined security solutions make it possible to take advantage of the agility and speed of a private cloud while maintaining compliance.

You’ll learn:

  • Why organizations choose SDDC over public cloud, the benefits and pitfalls
  • How SDDC challenges traditional approaches to security and visibility
  • How software defined infrastructure can be used to enhance and deliver security

Peter Bury has more than 15 years of experience working for industry-leading technology companies, including VMware, EMC, Internet Security Systems, and NTT Europe. Covering virtualization, cloud, and SDDC security, he helps customers build bespoke, secured SDDC environments.


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