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Cloud Security Breaches and How to Prevent Them


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Sponsored by OPSCOMPASS

Wednesday, August 25, 2021
3 p.m. ET

Cloud security stories are in front of us every day. Breaches and intrusions are rising at a rapid pace and media coverage can’t keep up. Bad actors are becoming cleverer and internal teams are trying to upskill as organizations grow their cloud environments. Even Gartner estimates that up to 95% of cloud breaches stem from human error. While this is a lot to digest, companies rely on DevOps and Security teams to find solutions to protect their organizations. The good news? There are ways to manage and mitigate security risks in your cloud environment.

Join us where we’ll assess some high-profile breaches of 2021, how these relate to cloud security, and what you can do about it.

  • Review the high-level cloud breaches in 2021
  • Understand how cloud visibility can identify known and unknown configuration risks
  • Learn how tracking configuration drift can reduce security misconfigurations
Benjamin Robinson
Senior Product Manager - OpsCompass
Benjamin is currently Senior Product Manager for OpsCompass. He uses his experience as an incident responder, security manager, and security control assessor to further improve OpsCompass’ Cloud Security Posture Management solution.
He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), and has conducted many public sector security control assessments, risk assessments, and web application penetration tests giving him a wide understanding of how organizations develop and mature their information security capabilities.
John Frerichs
Technical Marketing Manager - OpsCompass
As one of the first employees of OpsCompass, John has played an instrumental role in creating and defining the brand. By helping build OpsCompass from the ground up, John has served as a front-end web and UI/UX designer, multi-media producer, lead generation manager, and currently holds the position of Technical Marketing Manager. John’s focus is product adoption and education within the cloud security operations management space. John brings valuable early stage start up experience from his time with Layeredi, Layered Health, and Managed.com.

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