OnDemand | Protect Your Cloud Landscape Cost-effectively with Deepwatch, Splunk, and AWS
In 2022, the number of critical cloud security vulnerabilities increased by 59% compared to 2021, at a time when many companies were migrating more and more infrastructure to the cloud. Cloud security has many moving parts and pieces that aren’t always known or easily identified, resulting in gaps in protection. The increase in cloud deployment has required security practitioners and departments to deploy new security tools, as legacy “on premise” tools aren’t appropriate in many cloud deployments.
More vulnerabilities, new tools, and new environments have all created a new level of “alert fatigue,” and other SecOps concerns and interruptions. These factors have contributed to a rise in cloud security costs at a time when there is a cybersecurity talent shortage.
Join us as we talk with experts from Deepwatch, Amazon Web Services, and Splunk to explore solutions to address this new wave of SecOps responsibilities.