Practical Cloud Security eBook
Download the eBook to Learn:
- Principles and guidelines for least privileged access, risk management, and the cloud shared responsibility model
- How to secure a simple web application leveraging a combination of traditional security measures with cloud-native solutions.
- Using privileged user access to help with monitoring and securing cloud environments.
- Detecting, responding to, and recovering from security incidents using various tools and processes.
Note: This is an Excerpt of Practical Cloud Security containing Chapters 1, 6, and 7.
This book is intended to help you get the most important security controls for your most important assets in place quickly and correctly, whether you’re a security professional who is somewhat new to the cloud, or an architect or developer with security responsibilities. From that solid base, you can continue to build and mature your controls.
About the Book
With their rapidly changing architecture and API-driven automation, cloud platforms come with unique security challenges and opportunities. This hands-on book guides you through security best practices for multivendor cloud environments, whether your company plans to move legacy on-premises projects to the cloud or build a new infrastructure from the ground up.
Developers, IT architects, and security professionals will learn cloud-specific techniques for securing popular cloud platforms such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and IBM Cloud. Chris Dotson—an IBM senior technical staff member—shows you how to establish data asset management, identity and access management, vulnerability management, network security, and incident response in your cloud environment.
About the Author
Chris Dotson is an IBM Senior Technical Staff Member and an executive security architect in the IBM Cloud and Watson Platform organization. Chris has 11 professional certifications, including the Open Group Distinguished IT Architect certification, and over 20 years of experience in the IT industry. Chris has been featured as a cloud innovator on the IBM home page several times; his focus areas include cloud infrastructure and security, networking infrastructure and security, servers, storage, and bad puns.