June’s live Cloud Wars Expo event featured dozens of industry leaders allowing the Acceleration Economy team access to the inner workings of the greatest growth market the world has ever known.
If you missed the Expo or just want to catch up on sessions you were not able to attend, then you’re in luck. We recorded more than 40 hours of education sessions from the event, which are available for free to Acceleration Economy subscribers. We’re also previewing the content in this series of Moments, which feature highlights from each session.
In this Cloud Wars Expo Moment, excerpted from the Public Sector Industry Cloud Battleground sessions, Nicholas Smith, Program Lead of Federal Digital Services, Oracle, explains Oracle’s defense in depth (DiD) approach to security.
00:16 — Smith points out that the public sector is traditionally known to be risk averse and that the sector is slow to adopt new technology. For these reasons, security is paramount.
00:34 — No one ever wants to deal with a breach or a loss of personal identification information. This led Oracle to take the approach that security is not an afterthought, but is rather baked in throughout all of its cloud stacks.
01:06 — Oracle has a defense in depth approach to handling security. This approach includes many layers of security such as encrypting data at rest, encrypting data in transit, architecting and building of AI/ML, and autonomously securing the data.
To see more Cloud Wars content, including all recorded sessions from June’s live Cloud Wars Expo, please register here for your Cloud Wars Expo on-demand pass. The on-demand pass, which is included with your Acceleration Economy subscription, gives you access to approximately 40 hours of invaluable educational content from last month’s event.