Cloud Security in a Decentralized World
CASB (Cloud Access Security Broker)
Information is the most valuable asset in today's world. However, as information moves from protected environments on corporate networks to the cloud, it can be very difficult for organizations to ensure its protection. CASB protects data where it increasingly lives today—in the cloud—with a solution that was built natively in the cloud.
A mature CASB uses a three-part framework—detect, protect, and correct—with a unified policy framework across all cloud services and remediation that places the user at the center:
- Detect: Gain complete visibility into data, context, and user behavior across all cloud services, users, and devices.
- Protect: Apply persistent protection to sensitive information wherever it goes inside or outside the cloud.
- Correct: Take real-time action deep within cloud services to correct policy violations and stop security threats.
About the Speaker:
Henry Frith is a Cybersecurity Geek with over 30 years’ experience working in Information Technology. His security background started in cryptography in the US Army, and for the last 20 years he has been focused on data security. Henry earned his CISSP January 24, 2012 and is currently studying for his CCSP.
As a Systems Engineer, Henry has work for companies such CompuCom, Cabletron, Sophos, PGP, Symantec, Proofpoint and McAfee. He has a passion for helping companies build a mature cybersecurity posture and has become a trusted advisor for many CISOs and security teams from large organizations in the southeast.
In his spare time Henry enjoys travel, sailing and spending time at the cabin with his wife and their schnauzer, Salty Dog. For three years he lived on a 43 ft. sailboat with his wife and plans to sail the east coast and Caribbean after he retires.