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The Cloudcast #151 - Continuous Security Responsibilities on AWS

07.02.2014
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Date: June 27, 2014

By: Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely

Description: Brian talks with Tim Prendergast (@Auxome, Founder/CEO of Evident.io) about recent security problems for AWS customers, the evolution of Continuous Security Monitoring and the best practices that companies need to understand as they leverage public cloud for more business applications. Music Credit: Nine Inch Nails (www.nin.com)


Tim’s Blog - http://about.me/tprendergast
Evident.io Homepage - http://evident.io/
Topic 1 - Tell us a little about your background, including some of the work you did at Adobe Creative Cloud ecosystem, prior to founding Evident.io
Topic 2 - Let’s talk about Evident.io and what it means to deliver Continuous Security Monitoring.
Topic 3 - This past week, we frequently heard the phrase “shared responsibility” when it comes to security on a public cloud. What does that really mean, and how does Evident.io look at that partnership with your customers and AWS?
Topic 4 - For good or bad, security often gets discussed when something very bad happens, Last week is was CodeSpaces. What are the best practices that companies understand today and which ones are badly misunderstood?
Topic 5 - Is it a good thing or a bad thing to leverage tools from the public cloud provider to handle M&O, Security, Monitoring, etc?
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