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Cloud Security

Stay at the forefront of Cloud Security:

  • Learn the latest cloud attacks and techniques.
  • Reduce remediation time and increase your cyber team’s productivity by learning hands-on skills to respond to real threats.
  • Ideal for defensive cybersecurity professionals, CloudSec engineers & architects, DevOps & DevSecOps engineers and Cloud and Infrastructure security professionals.

Hands-On Labs in Real Cloud Environments

Our Hands-On Cloud labs allow our users to interact with real technologies and tools via on-demand enterprise environments delivered through the browser – no tool downloads required!

Industry-Leading Content

Our Cloud security labs equip individuals with the knowledge and skills needed to understand and mitigate the unique security risks associated with cloud computing. The breadth and depth of our labs fits all professional capabilities.

Proof of Capability

Leverage data insights to measure and map the maturity of your organization’s Engineering, CloudSec, and DevSecOps teams over time. With this, teams can prove their capability in numerous ways and identify areas for improvement.

Automatic Detection of Task Completion

Our labs use AI to recognize when a specific task or activity has been successfully finished without the need for human intervention or explicit feedback. As well as improving the user experience, the efficiency and accuracy of lab completion also increases.

“With 82% of data breaches involving data stored in cloud environments, organizations must learn how they can effectively prepare and react to security incidents involving their cloud environments.”

– IBM X-Force Cloud Threat Landscape Report 2023

Frequently Asked Questions

What languages and frameworks does Cloud Security support?2024-03-21T17:58:49+00:00

We have a comprehensive list of supported languages and frameworks, many of which are also available in varying degrees of difficulty. Even the best experts can learn a lot from our labs:

  • Microsoft Azure (Sentinel)
  • Amazon Web Services
  • Kubernetes
  • Terraform
  • Docker
  • Terraform (Azure, AWS, GCP)
  • Apache
  • OAuth & OpenID Connect
  • HashiCorp Vault
Which key areas are covered within Cloud Security?2023-09-28T16:28:42+00:00

We cover a huge range of topics within Cloud Security, all designed to help teams assess their capabilities, build their coverage and ultimately prove their cyber resilience:

  • DevSecOps
  • Cloud Fundamentals
  • Zero Trust in the Cloud
  • VPC & Network Security
  • Logging & Monitoring in AWS
  • Identity & Access Management
  • Building automated vulnerability management in the Cloud
  • AWS Top 10: Attacker Techniques
  • AWS GuardDuty
How can we prove our Cloud Security resilience?2023-09-28T16:29:28+00:00

Using the labs and frameworks, cybersecurity teams can collect data on the areas in which they are strongest and those which might require attention. All of this data is designed to provide you with the information needed to gain not only an understanding of the knowledge, and skills of your cyber workforce to date, but also allows you to forge a path forward, using hard data to determine the direction.

What are the benefits of this solution?2023-09-28T16:30:17+00:00
  • Users are able to quickly identify and fix vulnerabilities, reducing risk and increasing productivity
  • Upskill and practice security teams’ response to cyber incidents in the Cloud, reducing mean time to remediation
  • Introduce teams to modern attacker tactics, techniques, and procedures in the cloud, giving them an understanding of common threats
  • Hire and upskill junior DevSecOps professionals to reduce hiring costs
Why should I care about Cloud Security now?2023-09-28T16:30:59+00:00

We recognize that secure design, implementation, and maintenance of cloud environments are crucial aspects for any organization. According to a 2022 report by IBM*, cloud breaches increased by 28% from the previous year, highlighting the ongoing and real risks organizations face. Therefore, the importance of correct configuration and robust protection measures cannot be overstated.

Blog: Everyone needs Cloud Security:
Here’s Why

Cloud security roles lack standardized responsibilities and skill sets due to the wide array of cloud service models (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS) and the multitude of cloud types (hybrid, public, private, multicloud). Additionally, various tools and technologies are used in the cloud, necessitating continuous learning and upskilling for cloud security engineers. Cloud security professionals must possess a broad knowledge base and a commitment to staying informed in this dynamic field to effectively protect organizations. To find out how you can do this, click here.