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CCSP Training UK: Expectations

Updated on December 6, 2018

CCSP Training UK: Expectations vs. Reality

CCSP Training UK – Cloud security is a top IT budget priority moving into 2019. While in the past days of cloud computing, security concerns preventing many organizations from fully moving their workloads off-premises. Even more, organizations are switching to the cloud for multiple purposes.

The most common misconceptions about cloud-based security infrastructure are:

  • CCSP Training UK Certifications are only important for compliance teams

Cloud-based security providers should have the requisite certifications, which should be checked by your business before signing a contract.

The security team should look for certifications as part of their pre-selection process.

If a cloud provider can’t supply them, he has no assurance that he’s complying with industry and government security standards.

At a minimum, security teams should also look for compliance with CSA STAR, industry-specific regulations, and local regulations in the area where your company does business.

  • Cloud provider data centers are more secure than corporate ones

After the breach of a private data center, cloud service providers like to boast that their infrastructures are more secure. However, this can be not essentially the case. Data center security managers should implement controls for security, together with encoding, tokenization, and data loss bar. A certification from a third-party auditor may make sure that needs are met.

  • CCSP Training UK provider will perform better with more centers

The number of centers has no direct impact on the performance of the training provider.

  • Compliance is solely driven by external forces

While using a cloud security provider, the IT department is still responsible for protecting company assets and must ensure compliance. Time and resources are needed to get compliance policies right and protect information. This leads to unusual expectations from trainees as they are unaware of the things which are happening in reality. Such as:

  • Computer-Based Training

  • Expectation: We can knock out CCSP training in a one-and-done computer-based training.

  • Reality: Effective training requires consistent reinforcement and exposure to real-world scenarios. Think of computer based training as a tool. Realistic phishing tests that show what it is like to get phished and how to report it will help employees better understand security processes and emphasize positive security practices.

  • User Adoption

  • Expectation: Everybody will do what’s right: our people & organizations are partners too.

  • Reality: “Right” doesn’t always mean safer. It’s often about being cheaper, easier or faster. When security teams make better security available, there is a misconception that the rest of the company will quickly and willingly adopt it. Because this is a new domain for many employees, security choices create avenues to reinforce these values.

  • Make It Personal

  • Expectation: Breaches in the headlines will hit home.

  • Reality: No one cares because it doesn’t happen to them. Make training and security education personnel. Give examples of breaches that have occurred, how they could have been prevented and what the damaging effects were.

  • Be Clear

  • Expectation: We become immortal after CCSP Training UK.

  • Reality: Educating our trainees doesn’t mean that they will become security experts. Avoid acronyms and jargon-heavy emails. Be clear and concise while explaining security and provide simple instructions for how they should handle them.

Raising awareness and training people on cybersecurity is hard. A big part of the problem is that trainees’ approaches with unrealistic expectations, and with tactics and messaging that may resonate with them. As a result, there’s often an interrupt between the training team’s motivations and priorities.

In an ideal world, it would be recognized by management and co-workers as the esteemed guardians of the system and sage-like purveyors of critical knowledge they clearly are. The reality is a little bit different. However, experts can take steps to bridge the gap and help to perform best practices among their trainees.


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