RSAC 2024: Deloitte and AWS upgrade Cloud Security with AI

May 16, 2024
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TLDR:

  • Deloitte and AWS discuss integrating AI into cloud security services
  • ConvergeSecurity helps detect and mitigate threats, strengthening security posture

Julie Bernard and PJ Hamlen from Deloitte and AWS, respectively, talk about how they integrated AI into their joint service offering, ConvergeSecurity, during RSA Conference. They explain how their service helps address multiple challenges in cloud security and differentiates itself from other offerings. Julie Bernard, with over 20 years of experience, and PJ Hamlen, a trusted advisor, share insights on proactively managing cloud security and enhancing overall security posture.

Deloitte’s Julie Bernard and AWS’s PJ Hamlen joined Dark Reading’s Terry Sweeney at RSA Conference to discuss their joint service offering, ConvergeSecurity. They highlighted the integration of AI into cloud security services, the challenges faced by customers, and how ConvergeSecurity helps address those challenges. The service is designed to proactively detect and mitigate threats, while also strengthening an organization’s overall security posture. Both Bernard and Hamlen emphasized the uniqueness of their service offering compared to other cloud security solutions in the market.

Julie Bernard is a principal at Deloitte with a focus on Cyber Risk Services. With extensive experience serving financial institutions, Bernard helps clients navigate the complex landscape of cyber threats and technology. PJ Hamlen leads the AWS Global Partner Security Initiative, designing purpose-built security solutions that provide value to customers and partners. Their collaboration on ConvergeSecurity represents a proactive approach to managing cloud security.

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