Most midsize and large organizations will be adopting a multi and/or hybrid cloud strategy this year. Protecting a cloud infrastructure of that scope needs to be a priority - and an identity-first approach is essential.
Why? Gartner foresees that 75% of cloud security breaches will result from inadequate management of identities, access, and privileges by 2023. For perspective, note that AWS alone currently has over 200 fully featured services and some 10,000 total permissions. The challenge is compounded by the different ways that each public cloud manages permissions and privileges.
Join Ermetic's Garrett Bechler, Senior Director of Worldwide Sales Engineering, for a useful look at how AWS and Azure handle identities, permissions and resources and manage identities and privileges risk. We will cover:
- Azure's RBAC vs AWS's IAM roles and policies
- Identity first strategies for enforcing least privilege
- Governing access and protecting sensitive resources
- Using automation and analytics to mitigate risks across clouds