Effectively securing public cloud services requires a clear structure that defines ownership and accountability. However, cloud application and technology expertise are likely dispersed across many groups. How can teams collaborate through a federated security model, while also enabling centralized visibility and auditability?
Join Don for the second episode in the series, “Security-as-Code for Cloud”, as he takes a deeper look at the First Principle of building an effective Security-as-Code Program: Establishing Clear Ownership and Accountability. Hear from one of the leading minds on cloud security policy on how to overcome complex organizational challenges and build an attribute-based access control (ABAC) architecture for managing Security-as-Code policy.
You will learn:
- Why cloud requires a new approach to governing security and risk policy
- The keys to effectively governing cloud policy at scale
- How to build an attribute-based policy governance model for cloud
Security and risk management of public cloud services are very much a team sport and having a comprehensive architecture to manage rights and entitlements regarding policy lifecycle is essential to building an effective Security-as-Code program.
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Concourse Labs’ team has a deep understanding of the requirements and organizational dynamics at play within larger companies working on cloud transformation and have incorporated this knowledge into its offering.
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