June 2019 – Covering Your aaS (Cloud Security)

Commercial cloud offerings have been available for several years, yet some data and application owners still struggle to secure their assets. Properly securing your cloud resources and accounts is critical to avoid loss of sensitive data, financial loss, and the associated impact to business reputation.

Join us at ECPI University on Thursday, June 13, as speaker Ed Summers presents some lessons learned on cloud security based on his recent experiences migrating applications into a commercial cloud environment. The discussion and examples will be relevant across a variety of cloud providers and of interest to those who perform cloud implementations as well as application owners who depend on others to host their data in the commercial cloud.

RISE meetings are free and open to the public. Drop in, enjoy the presentation, and network with fellow InfoSec professionals and enthusiasts in the area!

Event Details
topic icon Covering Your aaS – Cloud Security
calendar icon June 13, 2019 @ 5:30pm
location icon ECPI University – 5234 Airport Rd NW #200, Roanoke, VA 24012

Presenter Bio:

Ed Summers has almost 20 years of experience in architecture, design, and implementation of network and cloud solutions. Most of his professional experience has been in support of Federal and Department of Defense entities where he must strike a fine balance between stringent security requirements and quickly-evolving application functionality. Ed enjoys the IT profession as it requires continual learning and an understanding of other fields in order to build solutions that meet functional or business needs.

In his spare time he enjoys learning Python, shooting, ice hockey, and raising his daughter to be better than him. He holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Tech.

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