Amazon, Google highlight cloud provider security issues at RSAC 2015
SAN FRANCISCO – Several of the leading cloud service providers in the industry, including Amazon Web Services, Google and Microsoft, discussed key security issues from the provider perspective at RSA Conference 2015. A panel discussion, held during the Cloud Security Alliance’s Summit at RSA, featured security heads of several top cloud service providers, or CSPs, including Jerry Cochran, principal security engineering manager for Microsoft Office 365; Eran Feigenbaum, director of security for Google at Work; Patrick Heim, head of trust and security at Dropbox; Brian Kelly, chief security officer at Rackspace; and Chad Woolf, global risk and compliance leader for AWS.
The panelists were asked by moderator Jim Reavis, co-founder and CEO of the CSA, about enterprise security lessons and trends from the CSP perspective. Cochran said when he took on his current role two years ago, many customers would make a major change — such as installing Office 365 — and only ask him questions afterwards, when a security incident or compliance issue arose.
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