Practical Security Advice for the Cloud
The increase in maturity of cloud offerings has transformed the socio-economic and technological landscape. The ability to access organizational information resources on any device, anywhere and anytime has opened a world of collaboration opportunities that were previously inconceivable. Pragmatic risk-based and data-centric security approaches can enable efficient use of cloud resources and maximize their effectiveness.
This session will discuss security risks resulting from cloud computing and practical steps to address them. Rather than being a purely theoretical exercise, the session will delve into real-life use cases and discuss security controls encompassing Cloud Access Security Brokers, Information Rights Management, Vendor Ratings and Data Loss Prevention.
Speaker: Chirag Joshi, M.S., CISA, CISM, CRISC
Chirag Joshi has extensive experience building and implementing information security, risk management, and compliance programs in United States and Australia. He has successfully leveraged several frameworks including NIST, COBIT, ISO, PCI-DSS and Cloud Controls Matrix across diverse industries to enable business-oriented security outcomes.
He is passionate about the role of information security as a competitive advantage and believes in providing practical, understandable and actionable solutions. He is a frequent speaker on emerging technologies, risk and threat landscape at various forums.
In his current role as a Senior Security Advisor at the University of Sydney, he is focused on promoting data-centric controls and ensuring security in cloud environments.
He has a Master’s degree in Telecommunications Management and his credentials include Certified Information Security Manager, Certified Information Systems Auditor and Certified in Risk and Information Systems.
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