CSA Summit at RSA Conference 2020
Monday, February 24, 2020
San Francisco, CA
Privacy and Security have become the seminal issues of our time. With privacy legislation and regulations developing quickly, businesses and governments across the globe must adapt to the changing landscape or leave themselves vulnerable to public scrutiny and enforced penalties. Security is no longer the sole responsibility of security professionals; it is incumbent upon all members of an organization to be properly educated to mitigate the risks. Now that cloud has become the dominant IT system, with virtually all organizations using it to some degree, the need for community, guidance and education in the cloud security space has never been more relevant. In the 11th Cloud Security Alliance Summit at the RSA Conference, thought leaders from multi-national enterprises, government, cloud providers and the information security industry will share best practices in cloud privacy and security. We will also explore new frontiers that are accelerating change in information security, such as artificial intelligence, quantum supremacy, blockchain, and fog computing.
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Certificate of Cloud Security Knowledge (CCSK) Plus
Dates: Sunday, February 23 & Monday, February 24
Times: 9am – 5pm Pacific
Instructor: Rich Mogull
The Certificate of Cloud Security Knowledge (CCSK) Plus class provides students a comprehensive review of cloud security fundamentals, prepares them to take the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) CCSK v4 certificate exam and guides them through 6 hands on labs that tie cloud security best practices to real world applications. Starting with a detailed description of cloud computing, the course covers all major domains in the Security Guidance v4 document from the CSA, gives a high-level overview of the CSA Cloud Controls Matrix (CCM) and includes recommendations from the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) Cloud Computing document.
This class is geared towards security professionals but is also useful for anyone looking to expand their knowledge of cloud security. Having a basic understanding of security fundamentals, such as firewalls, secure development, encryption, and identity management is helpful, but not required.