“Defense-in-Depth" defined by NIST as “An information security strategy that integrates people, technology, and operations capabilities to establish variable barriers across multiple layers and missions of the organization.” is not as scary as it sounds, especially when it comes to implementing practical measures for a cloud storage service.
In many cases, a breach in security is attributed to a momentary lapse in standard operating procedures or simple oversight. In this session we’ll discuss the need for defense-in-depth, the threats to our critical information, and some of the simplest, yet most powerful, steps to take to secure cloud storage.
What you will learn:
- How new compliance regulations and the threat of ransomware increase security requirements.
- Where the use of immutability (aka “object lock”) makes a huge difference
- The key security settings every storage service admin should use today