AWS Government, Education, & Nonprofits Blog

Category: Public Sector

Expedite a HIPAA-Compliant AWS Cloud Environment with the AWS Quick Start for HIPAA

The AWS Quick Start for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) automates the deployment of a compliant AWS Cloud environment for healthcare workloads in just a few clicks. It builds a repeatable and auditable cloud reference architecture that addresses the 52 statutes of HIPAA Phase 1 and the 180 statutes of HIPAA Phase […]

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Lessons Learned from Building and Testing a Data Ingest Workflow at Scale

Dean Kleissas, Research Engineer working on the IARPA MICrONS Project at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL), discussed the project, what makes it unique, and how the team leverages serverless technology in this blog post. From the team’s experience with building and testing their ingest workflow at scale, Dean had some lessons learned […]

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Analytics Without Limits: FINRA’s Scalable and Secure Big Data Architecture – Part 2

A guest post by John Brady, CISSP, VP Cyber Security/CISO, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) oversees more than 3,900 securities firms with approximately 640,000 brokers. Every day, we watch over nearly 6 billion shares traded in U.S. equities markets—using technology powerful enough to help detect fraud, abuse and insider trading. In […]

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The AWS Summit Bahrain Recap

The AWS Summit in Bahrain saw over 1,300 professionals from government, industry, and education come together to explore the impact of cloud technology on key business outcomes. From the announcement of the new AWS Region coming to the Middle East in early 2019 to first-hand accounts from the innovators already achieving success within the region, […]

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Yonsei University Accelerates Student’s Cloud Capabilities with AWS Educate

Yonsei University, one of the most prestigious universities in Korea, will migrate its IT infrastructure to the AWS Cloud to prepare itself and its students for the 4th Industrial Revolution. The 4th Industrial Revolution is a term indicating technological trends such as IoT, big data, and cloud computing are expected to create new ways of […]

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Analytics Without Limits: FINRA’s Scalable and Secure Big Data Architecture – Part 1

A guest post by John Brady, CISSP, VP Cyber Security/CISO, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) oversees more than 3,900 securities firms with approximately 640,000 brokers. Every day, we watch over nearly 6 billion shares traded in U.S. equities markets—using technology powerful enough to help detect fraud, abuse, and insider trading. In […]

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Introducing the New AWS Educate Educator Portal

The new AWS Educate release is here to help teachers better integrate cloud technology into their curriculum with new content, tools, and professional development. Take a look at some of the new features now available in the AWS Educate Educator portal: Get Content: The “Get Content” section of the site allows you to collect, curate, […]

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MEANS: Matching Excess with Need

Two students had an idea: match excess food with people in need. Maria Rose Belding and Grant Nelson created MEANS, a nonprofit database where people list a donation, food banks and pantries get notified about food near them, and then they claim and pick up the food. MEANS is now in 49 states and territories […]

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Computational Genomics on AWS Lambda with the Genome Institute of Singapore

Propelled by current global efforts, such as personalized medicine and cancer research, genomics has become an essential tool for modern medicine and biology. Computational genomics deals with the interpretation of genomics data, which is growing at an exponential scale due to quickly evolving next-generation sequencing technologies. Input data size for single samples can easily reach […]

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