It’s not you, it’s me: Understanding shared responsibility model of cloud security

Many customers are adopting a hybrid-approach to their infrastructure investments, increasingly moving and building a wide range of new business critical applications in public cloud infrastructures that are providing the ability to scale, at high availability and assurance, in a cost effective way.
Many customers are adopting a hybrid-approach to their infrastructure investments, increasingly moving and building a wide range of new business critical applications in public cloud infrastructures that are providing the ability to scale, at high availability and assurance, in a cost effective way. 
 
But whilst it is clear the responsibility for security & compliance posture for on-premise infrastructure is owned by the customer, there is still uncertainty on who is responsible for the security of the applications and the confidentiality of the data stored in the public cloud. Is it the cloud hosting provider or the customer? 
The reality is that it is a shared responsibility model, but who owns what, and where is the handshake between the organisations.

Join James Brown, Director of Solutions at Alert Logic in this informative webinar where you will gain a clearer understanding of:
  • Latest security threats targeting network and cloud-based infrastructure
  • The CodeSpaces demise: what they could have done differently
  • The different roles and responsibilities between your public cloud/hosting provider and you
  • Top 4 actions you can take TODAY to secure your business critical applications and data hosted in the public cloud

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