Network Security Journal Published Review of the Empirical Cloud Security Book

An independent review of the “Empirical Cloud Security” book has been published by the Elsevier Network Security (NESE) Journal in the August edition. Check the PDF here: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1353485821000854

Some of the quotes from the review are presented below:

This is a book you will want to come back to regularly. The level of detail is such that you can use it as a guide — practically a blueprint — for developing your own security processes and policies around cloud use, as well as a way of judging the security of the cloud offerings you’re considering using..

The coverage of the risks, threats, preventative steps, and remediations is extensive. Sood goes into great detail — which is important because it’s the small things that can kill you. At every step, he provides the information and insight you need to ask the right questions and produce a comprehensive assessment of your risk situation.

This book arms you with the knowledge you need to take control of this situation, understand the dangers and do something about them.

Throughout, the discussions are peppered with examples of real threats, as well as the kinds of vulnerabilities you will face or which you might introduce ….

More details about the book are available here: https://empirical-cloudsecurity.adityaksood.com/

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Empirical-Cloud-Security-Practical-Intelligence/dp/1683926854

Enjoy The Read!

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