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Managing cybersecurity and compliance risks as you move to the cloud

KPMG Cybersecurity and controls transformation services for the AWS cloud platform

Sailesh Gadia

Sailesh Gadia

Partner, Advisory, Cyber Security Services, KPMG US

+1 612-305-5087

Embracing cloud technologies and migrating data to the cloud are imperative to maintain a competitive advantage. However, if you adopt the cloud without considering cybersecurity and compliance, then you risk leaving critical assets—applications, data, and ultimately your business—unprotected.

While leading cloud providers—such as Amazon Web Services (AWS)—are built for large-scale elasticity, stability, and security, you still need to evolve your cybersecurity practices to:

  • Comply with complex laws, rules, and regulations about the types of customer data stored in the cloud
  • Secure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of business-critical applications
  • Respond to and recover successfully from security, privacy, or resiliency incidents
  • Maintain strong, consistent security across data centers and public clouds.

KPMG has experience helping clients with cloud adoption across many industries, including financial services, healthcare, manufacturing, and technology. Through hundreds of engagements, KPMG has developed an approach to help you establish competitive advantage, drive innovation, and empower agility—all while securing your data and helping to meet your regulatory compliance obligations. Our mature security tools and accelerators—and their robust security and resiliency reference architecture— combined with our cybersecurity professionals who hold more than 130 AWS certifications bring a lot of value to our clients.

Managing cybersecurity and compliance risks as you move to the cloud
KPMG has developed an approach to help clients establish competitive advantage, drive innovation, and empower agility

 

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