Seeking Guidance on Logical Infrastructure for Cloud Environment
I'm currently working on a project related to CCSP certification and have encountered an issue that I believe many of you with expertise in cloud security might be able to help with. I want to ensure that my cloud environment's logical infrastructure is secure and compliant with best practices.
Here's the challenge I'm facing:
I'm responsible for designing the logical infrastructure for a multi-cloud environment, and I want to ensure that it's resilient, scalable, and meets all security requirements. I've been exploring different approaches, including microservices architectures, serverless computing, and hybrid cloud configurations.
However, I'm having trouble deciding on the best approach and identifying potential security pitfalls that I might overlook. Can anyone provide insights or share their experiences with similar projects? Are there any specific tools or methodologies you recommend for assessing and improving the logical infrastructure in a cloud environment?
Additionally, I've been researching how to effectively implement identity and access management (IAM) and encryption strategies to protect sensitive data in transit and at rest. Are there any specific challenges or best practices related to IAM and encryption in a multi-cloud setup that I should be aware of?