A surge of organizations are moving their operations to the cloud for the benefits of improved efficiency, better scalability and faster deployment. But with the wave of migration to the cloud come more threats than ever before. The cloud is giving bad actors a more expansive set of targets, as well as new tools to conduct attacks, says Or Azarzar, Co-founder and CTO of Lightspin, in an article in Dark Reading.
With so many risks for cyberattacks targeting the cloud, which certification demonstrates a broader understanding and skillset to protect cloud security? Let’s compare two cloud certs, (ISC)² Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP) vs. Google Cloud Certified-Professional Cloud Security Engineer.
CCSP is a vendor-neutral certification that demonstrates the broad knowledge to successfully secure any cloud environment, regardless of vendor affiliation. It proves expert skills and experience in cloud security design, implementation, architecture, operations, controls and compliance with the full range of regulatory frameworks. The globally recognized certification is available from (ISC)², the creators of the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Common Body of Knowledge.
Google Cloud Certified-Professional Cloud Security Engineer is a vendor-specific certification that shows expertise in Google Cloud Platform. It proves a thorough understanding of cloud architecture to design, develop and manage dynamic business solutions.
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