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Managing Permissions and Entitlements is at the Core of a Zero Trust Model in the Cloud


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Wednesday, May 5
3 p.m. ET
Many organizations are setting their sights on a Zero Trust strategy for cybersecurity, seeing it as the best way to protect their networks and data in multifaceted, fast-changing, ever-expanding hybrid and multi-cloud environments. To get there, they need a firm grip on all the identities within their environments—and the permissions and entitlements granted to those identities—which is a difficult, if not impossible, thing to do manually.
Yet, there is a way to automate the right-sizing of permissions in your cloud infrastructure and help you achieve a Zero Trust model. In this presentation, you will learn:
  • Why Cloud Infrastructure Entitlement Management (CIEM) alleviates the burden of attempting to manually manage permissions in the cloud
  • How to gain a more granular view of permissions across your cloud environment
  • An essential step for anyone looking to get to Zero Trust in a hybrid and multi-cloud environment
Nicholas Barretta
Cloud Solutions Architect - CloudKnox Security
Nicholas Barretta is a solutions architect who has spent the majority of his career working within the cloud computing space. He spent two years at AWS as a Senior Solutions Architect, and prior to that spent five years at Google, the latter two as a Customer Engineer for Google Cloud. In both roles, he has helped large enterprise customers build and execute their cloud migration plans while also helping them identify and adopt security best practices that mitigate both legacy and cloud-specific threats without slowing down the increased pace of innovation that cloud promises developers. He holds the AWS Certified Solutions Architect Professional, AWS Certified DevOps Engineer Professional, and AWS Security Specialty certifications. He is based in Toronto, Canada.

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