Keeping your cloud secure means more than just adding permissions to resources. Learn about what cloud security means, including threats and cryptography. with Dean Bryen, Christina Pardali and Carnegie Mellon University Microsoft Learn Module Cloud security.
During the session you will learn the importance of risk assessment in implementing cloud security. How cloud customers and cloud service providers share responsibility for security. You will learn how to identify some of the prominent threats to cloud security and the role that cryptography plays in securing data. The session will provide details and guidance on the services offered by data-security platforms and the integrated security services offered by cloud service providers.
Dean Bryen , Principal Cloud Advocate, Developer Relations, Microsoft Dean Bryen is a Principal Cloud Developer Advocate focusing on developer community with a special love for Serverless, Devops, Security, Node.js and startups. Dean has been working in the Open Source space for over 12 years, and in the public cloud for just over 5 years. He's held roles ranging from engineering, operations, architecture and advocacy at organisations such as Microsoft, Amazon and UK Cloud.
Christina Pardali, Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador Christina Pardali is studying Electrical and Computer Engineering in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. She is Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador and her interests include cloud computing, biomedical engineering and telecommunications. The past four years she has been actively involved in voluntary student organisations while educating herself on cloud computing and engineering. This year she is planning to write her master thesis which focuses on interference in novel leadless pacemaker implants.