Cloud Computing Security Knowledge (CCSK) foundation

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Cloud Computing Security Knowledge (CCSK) foundation

CLD-101

Security is a major challenge for the adoption of Cloud Computing. IT decision makers must considered the risk factors associated with cloud migration, in both private and public clouds, and adopt proper measures. In order to help organizations manage cloud risks correctly and understand the different security aspects of cloud security – we recommend taking the CCSK training (Cloud Computing Security Knowledge).
The Cloud Computing Security Knowledge – Foundation class provides students a comprehensive one day review of cloud security fundamentals. The class aims to educate students regarding the different risks, issues and technologies relevant to cloud computing. During the class we will review the different aspects of cloud computing starting from legal, compliance, and risk management and up to Identity management and technology tools relevant to cloud environments.

Objectives

The class is designed for organizations who wish to understand the full picture of cloud security before implementing a strategy of cloud computing migration or product development.
We all know that security considerations are major issue when talking about a cloud computing strategy, and the course aims at providing the knowledge required to analyze threats and understand the solutions in the market.

Target Audience
  • Decision makers who want to understand the terms & concepts of cloud computing, risk assessment methodologies and relevant technologies
  • Organizations that make their first steps into the cloud and want to gain knowledge about the security capabilities in this environment
  • CIO and senior management who are interested in expanding knowledge on relevnat information security risks, compliance and legal issues
Course Topics

Module 1 – Introduction to Cloud Computing 
This module covers the fundamentals of cloud computing, including definitions, architectures, and the role of virtualization. Key topics include cloud computing service models, delivery models, and fundamental characteristics. It also introduces a model for assessing the risk of moving to the cloud.

Module 2 – Infrastructure Security for Cloud Computing
This modules digs into the details of securing the core infrastructure for cloud computing- including cloud components, networks, management interfaces, and administrator credentials. Students will learn the key components to public and private clouds and techniques for securing them.

Module 3 – Managing Cloud Security and Risk
This module covers important considerations for managing security for cloud computing. It begins with risk assessment and governance, then covers legal and compliance issues, such as discovery requirements in the cloud. It finishes with a discussion or portability and interoperability and managing incident response when working with cloud providers.

Module 4 – Data Security for Cloud Computing
One of the biggest issues in cloud security is protecting data. This module covers information lifecycle management for the cloud and how to apply security controls, with an emphasis on public cloud. Topics include the Data Security Lifecycle, cloud storage models, data security issues with different delivery models, and managing encryption in and for the cloud.

Module 5 – Application Security and Identity Management for Cloud Computing
This module covers identity management and application security for cloud deployments. Topics include federated identity and different IAM applications, secure development, and managing application security in and for the cloud.

Module 6 – Selecting Cloud Services
This module covers key considerations when evaluating, selecting, and managing cloud computing providers. It includes important questions to ask and what to look for. We also discuss the role of Security as a Service providers.

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