AWS Security Blog

Min Hyun

Author: Min Hyun

Logical separation: Moving beyond physical isolation in the cloud computing era

We’re sharing an update to the Logical Separation on AWS: Moving Beyond Physical Isolation in the Era of Cloud Computing whitepaper to help customers benefit from the security and innovation benefits of logical separation in the cloud. This paper discusses using a multi-pronged approach—leveraging identity management, network security, serverless and containers services, host and instance […]

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Additional on-premises option for data localization with AWS

Today, AWS released an updated resource — AWS Policy Perspectives-Data Residency — to provide an additional option for you if you need to store and process your data on premises. This white paper update discusses AWS Outposts, which offers a hybrid solution for customers that might find that certain workloads are better suited for on-premises […]

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Updated whitepaper now available: Aligning to the NIST Cybersecurity Framework in the AWS Cloud

I’m proud to announce an updated resource that is designed to provide guidance to help your organization align to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework Version 1.1, which was released in 2018. The updated guide, NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF): Aligning to the NIST CSF in the AWS Cloud, is designed to […]

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How AWS Meets a Physical Separation Requirement with a Logical Separation Approach

We have a new resource available to help you meet a requirement for physically-separated infrastructure using logical separation in the AWS cloud. Our latest guide, Logical Separation: An Evaluation of the U.S. Department of Defense Cloud Security Requirements for Sensitive Workloads outlines how AWS meets the U.S. Department of Defense’s (DoD) stringent physical separation requirement by […]

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Addressing Data Residency with AWS

AWS has released a new whitepaper that has been requested by many AWS customers: AWS Policy Perspectives: Data Residency. Data residency is the requirement that all customer content processed and stored in an IT system must remain within a specific country’s borders, and it is one of the foremost concerns of governments that want to […]

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