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How credit unions can evaluate their FFIEC, NCUA cyber compliance using AWS

Credit unions face unique security, regulatory, and compliance obligations. These requirements mean that a sound cybersecurity posture is essential for credit unions across both cloud workloads and on-premises technology. Read this blog post to learn how Amazon Web Services (AWS) can help credit unions prepare for audits, assess security posture, and produce documentation for state or federal regulators.

Securing and automating compliance in the public sector with AWS

Compliance is essential, but ensuring compliance in the cloud with various regulations and standards can be challenging, especially for public sector organizations. The requirements are highly dynamic, constantly evolving, and they vary across countries. Read this blog post to learn about the Amazon Web Services (AWS) resources that can help customers meet compliance requirements, reduce their time and effort, and focus on core business objectives.

Reduce mean time to contain (MTTC) on incidents against digital citizen services

Reduce mean time to contain (MTTC) on incidents against digital citizen services

Attacks on digital citizen services can cause citizens to lose trust in their governments. Services such as real estate land title searches, emergency response, and more need to be operational in times of need. As an IT leader for digital citizen services, your mission to automate incident management runbooks is necessary. Learn how the automation of incident response starts with what you already have: your existing incident response runbook.

How one nonprofit uses AWS to amplify citizen advocacy across Africa

ONE is a global movement to end extreme poverty and preventable disease by 2030. Advocacy is about taking action in real time, so we need to reach people wherever they are. In Africa, that means using mobile devices. To help us reach audiences across Africa, we launched a mobile chatbot built on AWS.

Canada’s Federal Geospatial Platform supports decision-making using AWS

Data has become a new global currency in the digital age, thus the capacity to turn it into useful information is becoming increasingly important. Geospatial data is collected and used by the Canadian government to support goals such as economic growth, environmental management, and social well-being.