Google Cloud Platform around the Hash Table.
Google Cloud Platform (GCP) adoption with cybersecurity first principle strategies.
In this session looking at cloud platforms through the lens of first principle thinking, Rick and the Hash Table review the Google Cloud Platform (GCP). They identify some fundamental architectural differences between GCP and the other cloud providers that make GCP more effective at zero trust. The Hash Table gives their detailed technical advice about data management and risk assessments through GCP, strategies using GCP to support cybersecurity, and define our new favorite concepts: cyber shenanigans, conditions of weirdness (COWs), and cyber COW tipping.
Bob Turner joins Rick at the Cyberwire’s Hash Table to discuss securing the University of Wisconsin at Madison’s big data lake project using the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and the GCP zero trust architecture: BeyondCorp.
Cybersecurity professional development and continued education.
You will learn about: GCP networking, GCP security strategy and data management, cyber shenanigans, conditions of weirdness (COWs), and cyber COW-tipping
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Additional first principles resources for your cybersecurity program.
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