Predictive Technology's Role in Cloud SecurityForcepoint's Brandon Tan on Analyzing Behavior
Because many attacks against enterprises’ cloud implementations are automated, a good defense involves using predictive technology that can analyze behaviors, says Brandon Tan, director of Sales Engineering, APAC, Forcepoint.
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Enterprises need to gain greater visibility and control of security in the cloud by not relying on single-point solutions, Tan says in a video interview with Information Security Media Group.
In this video interview previewing an upcoming virtual roundtable discussion, Tan offers insights on:
- Redefining user access control policy in the cloud using multifactor authentication;
- Building an architecture that uses predictive technology to identify risks;
- Implementing compliance standards to gain better improve visibility and control of data in the cloud.
Tan, director of sales engineering-APAC at Forcepoint has more than 10 years of IT security consulting experience specializing in data, network, and content security. He has been involved in some of the largest deployments of security solutions in the APAC region and has investigated high-profile data breaches and thefts.