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WHO has access to WHAT in my Cloud?!

Managing Human and Machine Identities in AWS at Scale

Date Recorded: Tuesday, September 27th
Duration: 30 min

Cloud identities are persistently a first line of attack for threat actors, and effective access to cloud resources is the new age of the cloud security perimeter. Cloud identity related exploits are rising at massive scale, with attackers specifically targeting overly permissive identities as organizations lack the understanding of effective access for their roles and identities. 

Join us this month to lock down the effective access to our cloud resources, break down cloud identities, and ultimately respond to these threats. Security teams need a true understanding of what their resources and identities (human and cloud) are permissioned with and Uptycs has developed tools to quickly and easily provide security teams with real-time effective access posture, and build on that foundation to reduce gaps across your cloud infrastructure.

What you will learn: 

  • The different types of IAM policies and why each matters in your security posture
  • Know what effective access is and understand the important complexities when locking down identities in cloud environments
  • Build and automate an effective authorization layer at scale, for machine and human identities in the cloud

 

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Jeremy Colvin
Technical Product Marketing Manager
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Sudarsan Kannan
Director of Product Management

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