AWS Security Blog

Category: AWS Network Firewall

Using AWS security services to protect against, detect, and respond to the Log4j vulnerability

Overview In this post we will provide guidance to help customers who are responding to the recently disclosed log4j vulnerability. This covers what you can do to limit the risk of the vulnerability, how you can try to identify if you are susceptible to the issue, and then what you can do to update your […]

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Hands-on walkthrough of the AWS Network Firewall flexible rules engine – Part 2

This blog post is Part 2 of Hands-on walkthrough of the AWS Network Firewall flexible rules engine – Part 1. To recap, AWS Network Firewall is a managed service that offers a flexible rules engine that gives you the ability to write firewall rules for granular policy enforcement. In Part 1, we shared how to […]

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Protect your remote workforce by using a managed DNS firewall and network firewall

More of our customers are adopting flexible work-from-home and remote work strategies that use virtual desktop solutions, such as Amazon WorkSpaces and Amazon AppStream 2.0, to deliver their user applications. Securing these workloads benefits from a layered approach, and this post focuses on protecting your users at the network level. Customers can now apply these […]

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Hands-on walkthrough of the AWS Network Firewall flexible rules engine – Part 1

AWS Network Firewall is a managed service that makes it easy to provide fine-grained network protections for all of your Amazon Virtual Private Clouds (Amazon VPCs) to ensure that your traffic is inspected, monitored, and logged. The firewall scales automatically with your network traffic, and offers built-in redundancies designed to provide high availability. AWS Network […]

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Automatically block suspicious traffic with AWS Network Firewall and Amazon GuardDuty

According to the AWS Security Incident Response Guide, by using security response automation, you can increase both the scale and the effectiveness of your security operations. Automation also helps you to adopt a more proactive approach to securing your workloads on AWS. For example, rather than spending time manually reacting to security alerts, you can […]

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