AWS Security Blog

Category: Compliance

Spring 2019 SOC 2 Type 1 Privacy report now available

At AWS, our customers’ security and privacy is of the highest importance and we continue to provide transparency into our security and privacy posture. Following our first SOC 2 Type 1 Privacy report released in December 2018, AWS is proud to announce the release of the Spring 2019 SOC 2 Type 1 Privacy report. The […]

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Registration for AWS re:Inforce 2019 now open!

In late November, I announced AWS re:Inforce, a standalone conference where we will deep dive into the latest approaches to security, identity, and risk management utilizing AWS services, features, and tools. Now, after months of planning, the time has arrived to open registration! Ticket sales begin on March 12th at 10:00am PDT, and you can […]

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New AWS services launch with HIPAA, PCI, ISO, and SOC – a company first

Our security culture is one of the things that sets AWS apart. Security is job zero — it is the foundation for all AWS employees and impacts the work we do every day, across the company. And that’s reflected in our services, which undergo exacting internal and external security reviews before being released. From there, […]

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New SOC 2 Report Available: Privacy

Maintaining your trust is an ongoing commitment of ours, and your voice drives our growing portfolio of compliance reports, attestations, and certifications. As a result of your feedback and deep interest in privacy and data security, we are happy to announce the publication of our new SOC 2 Type I Privacy report. Keeping you informed […]

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New podcast: VP of Security answers your compliance and data privacy questions

Does AWS comply with X program? How about GDPR? What about after Brexit? And what happens with machine learning data? In the latest AWS Security & Compliance Podcast, we sit down with VP of Security Chad Woolf, who answers your compliance and data privacy questions. Including one of the most frequently asked questions from customers […]

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AWS re:Invent Security Recap: Launches, Enhancements, and Takeaways

For more from Steve, follow him on Twitter Customers continue to tell me that our AWS re:Invent conference is a winner. It’s a place where they can learn, meet their peers, and rediscover the art of the possible. Of course, there is always an air of anticipation around what new AWS service releases will be […]

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2018 ISO certificates are here, with a 70% increase of in scope services

In just the last year, we’ve increased the number of ISO services in scope by 70%. That makes 114 services in total that have been validated against ISO 9001, 27001, 27017, and 27018. The following services are new to our ISO program: Amazon AppStream 2.0 Amazon Athena Amazon Chime Amazon CloudWatch Events Amazon CloudWatch Amazon […]

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New PCI DSS report now available, 31 services added to scope

In just the last 6 months, we’ve increased the number of Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) certified services by 50%. We were evaluated by third-party auditors from Coalfire and the latest report is now available on AWS Artifact. I would like to especially call out the six new services (marked with asterisks) […]

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Scaling a governance, risk, and compliance program for the cloud, emerging technologies, and innovation

Governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) programs are sometimes looked upon as the bureaucracy getting in the way of exciting cybersecurity work. But a good GRC program establishes the foundation for meeting security and compliance objectives. It is the proactive approach to cybersecurity that, if done well, minimizes reactive incident response. Of the three components of […]

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How federal agencies can leverage AWS to extend CDM programs and CIO Metric Reporting

Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM), a U.S. Department of Homeland Security cybersecurity program, is gaining new visibility as part of the federal government’s overall focus on securing its information and networks. How an agency performs against CDM will soon be regularly reported in the updated Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) scorecard. That’s in […]

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