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Cloud attack vectors and security controls are different. Many companies breached on AWS moved sensitive data to AWS following best practices or implementing cloud security controls correctly. Reports indicate that hybrid cloud implementations have weaknesses and research finds that devs are the new security target. See Kolby Allen and Teri Radichel duke it out as Teri attacks an AWS account and Kolby defends it.
Speakers: Kolby Allen, Teri Radichel
Kolby Allen serves as a DevOps Engineer at ZipWhip. He has formerly held positions as an IT and Networking Consultant, Cloud Platform Engineer and Cloud Architect working with AWS, and is one of the co-organizers for the Seattle AWS Architects and Engineers Meetup. He is passionate about automation, microservices, containers, security and creatively utilizing the cloud to provide the best tools possible.
Teri Radichel taught herself BASIC on a TI99/4A in sixth grade. Her first technical job involved telecom and networking. She obtained a master of software engineering, founded a software and hosting business, and began researching security. At Capital One Investing she led a back-office engineering team and then helped with cloud migration and security automation. At WatchGuard she architected a platform based on her paper, Balancing Security and Innovation with Event Driven Automation. As Director of Security Research, she worked on M and A, research, presentations, and writing. Radichel holds multiple certifications and received the SANS 2017 Difference Makers Award. She is an AWS Hero, Seattle AWS Architects and Engineers Meetup Founder, and assists with SANS cloud classes.