Cloud Computing Security Essentials: Risk Management Approach 2 days

Although there are many benefits to cloud computing, it is not without its own challenges. Traditional computing models have permitted a high degree of control over compute resources. Cloud computing, by virtue of abstraction, prevents the consumer from having the same level of influence over the computing resource.

Security is a priority concern for many cloud customers –

customers will make buying choices on the basis of the reputation for confidentiality, integrity and resilience, and the security services offered by a provider, more so than in traditional environments. This is a strong driver for cloud providers to improve their security practices and compete on security.

The most significant barriers to entry for the adoption of cloud computing is the impact of security and the protection of information assets in the cloud.

Thus, for the security, IT, or business professionals pursuing the adoption of cloud solutions, it is important to understand what differentiates cloud solutions, what is relevant from a data protection and privacy context, what are the potential legal and compliance implications, and carry out cloud security risk assessment tasks.

Security is crucial as organizations transition to cloud computing technology. You must address cyber security management challenges and maintain regulatory compliance when moving sensitive data to a cloud environment. This cloud security training course provides an in-depth, hands-on experience identifying and resolving security issues and challenges mentioned above.

Course Content

Introduction to Cloud Computing

Quantifying Risks

Cyber and Information Security Risks not Specific to the Cloud

Information Assurance Framework



Key Recommendations and Guides in Evaluating Cloud Services

Information Assurance Requirements

Long Term Solutions Considerations and Recommendations

and more...

1. Security professionals;
2. Anyone looking to expand their knowledge of cloud computing security;
3. Business leaders, of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in particular, to facilitate their evaluation and mitigation of the risks associated with adopting cloud computing technologies;
4. Policymakers, to aid them in deciding on research policy (to develop technologies to mitigate risks);
5. Policymakers, to assist them in deciding on appropriate policy and economic incentives, legislative measures, awareness-raising initiatives, etc., in relation to cloud-computing technologies;
6. Individuals - to enable them to evaluate the costs and benefits of using the consumer version of these applications.
1. The Cloud Computing Security Essentials course provides students a comprehensive review of cloud security fundamentals. Starting with a detailed description of cloud computing, the course covers detailed cloud security risk management models. It also covers the industry standard and key cloud computing security recommendations from.
2. This course concentrates on the fundamental security steps cloud computing must take. The course also addresses whether the cloud environment can support specific regulatory compliance needs of an organization.
3. This course helps learners to ask potential cloud provider critical questions regarding security and privacy. It also guides cloud computing buyers the research to undertake concerning business requirements to determine if a cloud environment is right for a specific organisation.