This course introduces you to cybersecurity for the cloud. We'll learn and apply classic security techniques to today’s cloud security problems. We start with a deceptively simple and secure web service and address the problems arising as we improve it. We’ll analyze recent cloud security vulnerabilities using standard, systematic techniques. We’ll build our own web service case studies and construct security solutions for them. Our toolkit contains classic security concepts like Least Privilege and Separation of Duty, as well as more technical cryptographic and access control techniques.
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Amazing course with the best instructor. Thanku Coursera.\n\nsantosh kumar singh
It's very good course to learn basics of cloud security. Easy to understand and very insightful.
About the Cybersecurity in the Cloud Specialization
This Specialization introduces cybersecurity to novice software developers. It presents essential security concepts and how they apply to cloud deployments. Learners develop proficiency at assessing cloud vulnerabilities and attack reports. They also dive into cloud provider documentation to apply available features to classic cybersecurity risks.
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