In Uber’s widely published breach, hackers found AWS access keys and secrets in GitHub for Uber’s AWS account, and subsequently used them to infiltrate the environment and compromise the records of 57 million people. Uber isn't alone in when it comes to exposed access credentials; the RedLock CSI team reported in its recent Cloud Security Trends report that 16% of organizations have users whose accounts have potentially been compromised.
The shared responsibility model for security across Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud environments dictates that it is the organization’s responsibility to detect account compromises.
Join us for this 45-minute webinar to:
- Understand the impact of compromised accounts (data theft, cryptojacking, ransomware attacks)
- Learn about methods that attackers are using to compromise account credentials
- View a demo and get tips to protect your public cloud environment
|Varun Badhwar, Co-Founder & CEO of RedLock
Varun Badhwar is the co-founder and CEO of RedLock, a venture-backed startup in the cloud threat defense space. Prior to founding RedLock, Varun co-founded CipherCloud where he oversaw product strategy and worldwide field operations. Previously, he was responsible for ensuring the security of the Force.com ecosystem at Salesforce. Varun was also a consultant within the Risk Advisory Services practice at KPMG, where he advised Fortune 500 Clients. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the University of Southern California, and has certifications for CISSP, CISA, and LPT.
|Clayton Riness, Managing Director on Threat of Tevora
Clayton leads the Solution and Threat practice at Tevora and is a specialist in information security and business management consulting. With more than a decade of experience in IT and security, Clayton delivers/provides clients with extensive knowledge in business and technology His experience in policy reviews, security assessments, security remediation, infrastructure management, and regulatory compliance adds value to both the practice and to client’s engagements. Clayton holds an MBA from the University of California, Irvine, and a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the University of California, Santa Barbara.