AWS EUC @re:Invent: Securing End User Computing Workloads on AWS End User Computing Services
Getting started with AWS End User Computing Services is straightforward. We have an abundance of documentation covering how to get started with our services such as Amazon WorkSpaces and Amazon AppStream 2.0 to enable customers to get off the ground quickly.
On November 30th at AWS re:Invent 2022, join me in a chalk talk to discuss the security implementation patterns and best practices of AWS End User Computing services. The goal of the chalk talk is to have customers share their own experiences and hear from others, myself included, on how to implement these solutions at scale in their own environments.
Customers want to bake security into the process of adopting technologies in their enterprise. This is a great start, but sometimes customers struggle with the security tradeoffs relative to risk and how it impacts their organization. Does your organization have challenges adopting new solutions due to security concerns or are you looking for advice on how to best implement AWS End User Computing services in a secure fashion? If so, this is the session for you!
Some of the topics we’ll cover in the chalk talk include:
- AWS account best practices
- Amazon WorkSpaces and Amazon AppStream 2.0 security best practices
- Best practices related to encrypting service data
- Controls that can mitigate or reduce the risk of data exfiltration
This session is targeted for security engineers, security controls assessors, end user computing architects and cloud operations personnel for all organizations and industry verticals.
We strive to ensure that we do not create one-way door decisions for our customers, so if your existing design or implementation of Amazon WorkSpaces or Amazon AppStream 2.0 does not align one-for-one with all of our security best practices, fear not! We will cover how to enhance the security of an existing environment with minimal effort.
I am looking forward to seeing everyone on November 30th and I’m thrilled to be back in Las Vegas for AWS re:Invent 2022. I’m eager to see familiar faces and meet new customers as well!
|Michael Mattes is an Enterprise Account Engineer based out of the greater Washington, D.C. area. Michael has been with AWS since November 2015 and has been in customer-facing technical roles for his entire career.|