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CCSP 2019: Secure Cloud Computing

CCSP 2019: Secure Cloud Computing


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Overview/Description

Explore security solutions related to securing cloud-based IT systems and data including jump boxes and firewalls in this 13-video course. Discover how disaster recovery concepts such as RTO (recovery time objective) and RPO (recovery point objective) apply to the cloud. This course prepares learners for the (ISC)2 Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP) exam. Examine Internal Information Security Management and Security Control Systems, cryptography, and encryption of cloud-hosted assets. Learn about access control for cloud-hosted assets, asset removal, and storage media sanitization. Explore cloud network security issues and solutions such as firewall access control lists (ACLs). Learn how a jump box limits direct cloud virtual machine access. Capture traffic in a Microsoft Azure cloud computing environment, and deploy a Microsoft Azure Firewall. Look at security in virtualized environments, including infrastructure and data threats and platform-specific security responsibilities. Examine the security-based lifecycle of cloud-hosted assets and business continuity and disaster recovery concepts such as RTO and RPO and cloud functional security. Finally, learners view methodologies for mapping cloud service requirements to service provider certification and product certifications.



Expected Duration (hours)
1.4

Lesson Objectives

CCSP 2019: Secure Cloud Computing

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • describe the deployment of Internal Information Security Management and Security Control Systems
  • describe the encryption of cloud-hosted assets
  • describe access and access control for cloud-hosted assets like data, files, and resources
  • outline asset and media management with respect to deletion, removal, and overwrite on a cloud platform
  • define issues and solutions relating to cloud network structures
  • deploy a jump box to limit direct cloud virtual machine access
  • capture traffic in a Microsoft Azure cloud computing environment
  • deploy a Microsoft Azure Firewall
  • define issues and solutions relating to cloud virtualization infrastructures including hypervisor security and container security
  • list and describe known and common threats to cloud infrastructure and data assets
  • define security responsibilities on a per cloud model
  • describe the security-based data life cycle of cloud-hosted assets like data, files, and features
  • describe business continuity and disaster recovery as it applies to a cloud service, RTO, RPO, RLO, and RSL
  • describe focus areas relating to the functional security of the cloud service including vendor lock-in, interoperability, portability, migration, etc. as per (ISO/IEC) 27017
  • describe methodologies for mapping cloud service requirements to service provider certification and product certifications
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course
  • Course Number:
    it_spccsp19_02_enus

    Expertise Level
    Intermediate