I share the five security pillars that every AWS cloud deployment should consider and ultimately implement within each layer of your application/system deployment.
In this article today, I provide you with a checklist that you can use to make sure you have processes and programs in place for properly securing your workloads in the cloud.
In a brand new series of articles, I walk you through how to build a web-based phonebook application on AWS to help illustrate the basics of cloud computing.
The “how” of security has dramatically changed with cloud computing, but the underlying strategies still remain very similar. There are many new opportunities to adopt the power and benefits of the cloud within our security strategies and programs.
I recently took the AWS Security Fundamentals Training course and passed the exam. The AWS Security Fundamentals Training course is a great place to start if you are interested in earning your AWS Security Speciality Certification.
In this article, I share the type of security functions that should exist with a Secure Software Development Life Cycle (SSDLC) process in any organization that is developing and deploying applications in the cloud.
Security is one of the most important aspects of any application, and in the age of cloud computing, it is arguably the most important because if the application isn’t secure, the application may lead to an undesirable and damaging cybersecurity incident.
The public cloud computing model and services has completely changed how we secure our systems and applications. There are several benefits as well as some new challenges.
I recently wrote an article describing four main threats for SD-WAN that can be used as a checklist for cybersecurity professionals and enterprise stakeholders when reviewing and implementing SD-WAN. In this article today, I am going to dive deeper into Orchestration Layer Threats for SD-WAN and some key points for consideration.
Well-designed Service-Level Agreements (SLAs) can significantly contribute to avoiding conflict and can facilitate the resolution of an issue before it escalates into a dispute.
The methods and techniques used for information security over the last two decades like firewall rules and log analysis is still a reality in the near term for cloud security, however, templatized design and security as code (SaC) is quickly emerging as the future of cloud security.
Software Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) is quickly becoming an enterprise staple to help control costs, reduce application latency, and reduce network downtime. However, with all of those benefits come with new cybersecurity threats and risks that should be considered and evaluated prior to deployment.
CI/CD pipelines are crucial to any team developing cloud-native applications because they are used to manage the software lifecycle end-to-end.