AWS Marketplace Sponsors New E-book - SANS Practical Guide to Security in the AWS Cloud
BETHESDA, Md., Nov. 2, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- SANS is excited to introduce the SANS Practical Guide to Security in the AWS Cloud. This e-book contains a collection of technical resources that security practitioners can use to arm themselves with the foundational knowledge required for starting and building their cloud security road map. The Practical Guide to Security in the AWS Cloud features a foreword written by SANS Cloud Security curriculum lead and expert Frank Kim, followed by chapters written by various SANS instructors and AWS experts, and a conclusion by Sounil Yu, creator of the Cyber Defense Matrix.
The e-book consists of technical papers organized into the following sections:
"The cloud offers tremendous opportunities for enterprises to greatly accelerate their business, but it's important to know how to operate safely in the cloud. You wouldn't want to drive a car very fast if it had no brakes. Like the gas and brake pedal in a car, the insights in this book will enable the security practitioner to be a close partner with the businss so that they can move even faster together." Sounil Yu, Creator of the Cyber Defense Matrix and CISO-in-Residence, YL Ventures
"This book provides you with a comprehensive collection of technical resources that you can use to arm yourself with the foundational knowledge required in today's cloud-first world. Taken together, these resources model the whole life cycle of security, touching on aspects of the functions of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, including Identify, Protect, Detect and Respond. This collection is a good place to start if you're looking to build out your cloud security knowledge base, because the technical detail provided in these reports and guides will enable you to start crafting a technical road map for your organization's transition to the cloud," says SANS Fellow Frank Kim.
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