AWS Security Blog

Craig Liebendorfer

Author: Craig Liebendorfer

I edit and manage the AWS Security Blog as well as the @AWSSecurityInfo and @AWSIdentity Twitter handles.

re:Invent 2016 Security and Compliance Sessions with Seats Remaining

Last updated: December 2, 2016 Some sessions are already full in the re:Invent 2016 Security & Compliance track and the re:Source Mini Con for Security Services. However, the following sessions have seats remaining. If you have already registered for re:Invent, we encourage you to reserve your seats in these sessions today. We will update this page […]

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In Case You Missed These: AWS Security Blog Posts from September and October

In case you missed any AWS Security Blog posts from September and October, they are summarized and linked to below. The posts are shown in reverse chronological order (most recent first), and the subject matter ranges from enabling multi-factor authentication on your AWS API calls to using Amazon CloudWatch Events to monitor application health. October […]

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Register for and Attend This November 10 Webinar—Introduction to Three AWS Security Services

Update: This webinar is now available as an on-demand video and slide deck. As part of the AWS Webinar Series, AWS will present Introduction to Three AWS Security Services on Thursday, November 10. This webinar will start at 10:30 A.M. and end at 11:30 A.M. Pacific Time. AWS Solutions Architect Pierre Liddle shows how AWS Identity and […]

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Reserved Seating Now Open for AWS re:Invent 2016 Sessions

Reserved seating is new to re:Invent this year and is now open! Some important things you should know about reserved seating: All sessions have a predetermined number of seats available and must be reserved ahead of time. If a session is full, you can join a waitlist. Waitlisted attendees will receive a seat in the […]

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Register for and Attend This September 27 Webinar—Automating Compliance Defense in the Cloud

Update: This webinar is now available as an on-demand video and slide deck. As part of the AWS Webinar Series, AWS will present Automating Compliance Defense in the Cloud on Tuesday, September 27. This webinar will start at 9:00 A.M. and end at 10:00 A.M. Pacific Time. AWS Cloud Compliance Strategist Jodi Scrofani will share best practices […]

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Register for and Attend This September 28 Webinar—Addressing Amazon Inspector Assessment Findings

Update: This webinar is now available as an on-demand video and slide deck. As part of the AWS Webinar Series, AWS will present Addressing Amazon Inspector Assessment Findings on Wednesday, September 28. This webinar will start at 9:00 A.M. and end at 10:00 A.M. Pacific Time. AWS Principal Security Engineer Eric Fitzgerald will review Amazon Inspector security […]

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32 Security and Compliance Sessions Now Live in the re:Invent 2016 Session Catalog

AWS re:Invent 2016 begins November 28, and now, the live session catalog includes 32 security and compliance sessions. 19 of these sessions are in the Security & Compliance track and 13 are in the re:Source Mini Con for Security Services. All 32se titles and abstracts are included below. Security & Compliance Track sessions As in […]

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In Case You Missed These: AWS Security Blog Posts from June, July, and August

In case you missed any AWS Security Blog posts from June, July, and August, they are summarized and linked to below. The posts are shown in reverse chronological order (most recent first), and the subject matter ranges from a tagging limit increase to recording SSH sessions established through a bastion host. August August 16: Updated […]

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Watch the AWS Summit – New York Keynote on August 11

Join us online Thursday, August 11, at 10:00 A.M. Eastern Time for the AWS Summit – New York Keynote! This keynote presentation, given by Dr. Werner Vogels, Amazon CTO and Vice President, will highlight the newest AWS services and features as well as select customer stories. Don’t miss it! If you are in the New […]

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New AWS Compute Blog Post: Help Secure Container-Enabled Applications with IAM Roles for ECS Tasks

Amazon EC2 Container Service (ECS) now allows you to specify an IAM role that can be used by the containers in an ECS task, as a new AWS Compute Blog post explains. When an application makes use of the AWS SDK or CLI to make requests to the AWS API, it must sign each request with valid AWS access […]

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