As the information security world gathers in San Francisco next week for the RSA Conference 2019, cloud computing will be front and center.
Most security professionals (72 percent) feel the public cloud is more secure than their own on-premises data centers, according to the new Oracle and KPMG Cloud Threat Report. But they still have significant concerns about cloud visibility, incident response and the role of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure will be at RSA Conference 2019 to help attendees address these concerns and learn how to use the cloud to their benefit. View demos and speak to experts about our latest edge security products in our booth (South Hall 2261), and attend these sessions to discover how security is a pillar of everything we do.
CISO Counterpoint: Mission Critical Cloud
March 4, 3:05 p.m.
Moderator: Eran Feigenbaum, Chief Security Officer, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
An increasing number of organizations are putting more of their data in the public cloud, and more of this data is sensitive in nature, according to the Cloud Threat Report. In this panel discussion, held as part of the Cloud Security Alliance Summit at RSA, chief security officers from large financial firms will discuss the security requirements and other considerations for having a truly mission-critical cloud.
An Intelligent Approach to Beating Global Cybersecurity Threats
March 5, 1:40 p.m.
Speaker: Laurent Gil, Security Product Strategy Architect, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
Malicious hackers are using AI and machine learning to launch sophisticated attacks such as botnets that mimic normal human behavior. Relying on humans alone to detect and mitigate these threats just doesn't cut it anymore. In this session, attendees will learn how to fight fire with fire by deploying AI-powered cybersecurity technologies.
Practical Approaches to Cloud Native Security
March 6, 1:30 p.m.
Speaker: Karthik Gaekwad, Principal Engineer, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
Cloud native technologies aren't only for startups. More large enterprises are going this route, particularly with the Kubernetes orchestration platform. This session will cover some recent security exploits around Kubernetes and other tools and explain how organizations can infuse more security into their cloud native deployments.
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