Friday 4 November 2022, 11am-12noon GMT
Most enterprises are increasing their reliance on cloud infrastructure. Still, many are unaware that cloud computing brings new risk factors that require a different approach to endpoint security alongside its benefits.
Your cloud infrastructure is just as vulnerable to ransomware as your user endpoints – perhaps even more so. Consequently, security teams are recognising the need to expand what EDR brought to the endpoint to the entire attack surface. But adopting an effective extended detection and response (XDR) strategy that can deal with vast quantities of security data – and multiple vendors in the average security stack – is often easier said than done.
Watch experts from SentinelOne to learn:
• Why traditional on-prem security approaches don’t work in the cloud
• Critical components of cloud security, including Identity & Access Management (IAM), Cloud Workload Protection (CWP) and Configuration Security Posture Management (CSPM)
• The importance of automated application control to protect cloud-native workloads with “lockdown” capabilities that guarantee the immutable state of containerised workloads
Tarquin Folliss OBE (info), Vice Chairman, The SASIG
Bhunesh Rajput (info), Cloud Sales Specialist, SentinelOne