Adoption and usage of the cloud is evolving to combine with technologies like artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, 5G and more, according to Sid Nag, Research Vice President at Gartner. “In other words,” he says, “cloud will serve as the glue between many other technologies that CIOs want to use more of, allowing them to leapfrog into the next century as they address more complex and emerging use cases.”
With cloud roles expanding and so many certifications out there, which option offers cybersecurity experts the flexibility to grow with the coming waves of opportunity? Let’s compare two popular options, (ISC)² Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP) vs. Microsoft Certified: Azure Security Engineer Associate.
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.
Microsoft Certified: Azure Security Engineer Associate is a vendor-specific certification that shows expertise specifically in Microsoft’s Azure cloud environment. It proves proficiency in implementing, managing and monitoring identity, governance, storage, compute and virtual networks exclusively in Microsoft Azure.
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