AWS Security Blog

Category: Amazon AppStream 2.0

Mitigate data leakage through the use of AppStream 2.0 and end-to-end auditing

Customers want to use AWS services to operate on their most sensitive data, but they want to make sure that only the right people have access to that data. Even when the right people are accessing data, customers want to account for what actions those users took while accessing the data. In this post, we […]

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How to record a video of Amazon AppStream 2.0 streaming sessions

Amazon AppStream 2.0 is a fully managed service that lets you stream applications and desktops to your users. In this post, I’ll show you how to record a video of AppStream 2.0 streaming sessions by using FFmpeg, a popular media framework. There are many use cases for session recording, such as auditing administrative access, troubleshooting […]

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How to use Amazon AppStream 2.0 to reduce your bastion host attack surface

July 16, 2020: This post was originally published May 2, 2018, and has been updated to clarify some AppStream 2.0 details. Update: To help protect their assets, many security-conscious enterprises require their system administrators to go through a “bastion” (or “jump”) host to gain administrative access to backend systems in protected or sensitive network segments. […]

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