Automating policy for stronger security controls

Tim Sandage, senior manager for security partners at AWS says historically policies have been administrative documents. They have been written policies and procedures and time has proven that employees don’t always read them or understand their significance when they are just trying to do their job.

Today, the shift toward automating security policies means putting up guardrails to give employees the proper paths to get their job done. And automation ensures that they are implemented in real-time and ongoing.

Sandage also touches on IoT and 5G networks and what security professionals should think about as these technologies gain more significance in the enterprise network.

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