AWS Security Blog

Category: Security

Amazon Spheres and author info

AWS Security Profiles: Eric Brandwine, VP and Distinguished Engineer

In the weeks leading up to re:Invent, we’ll share conversations we’ve had with people at AWS who will be presenting at the event so you can learn more about them and some of the interesting work that they’re doing. How long you have been at AWS, and what you do in your current role? I’ve […]

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Amazon Spheres with author info

AWS Security Profiles: Ben Potter, Security Lead, Well-Architected

In the weeks leading up to re:Invent, we’ll share conversations we’ve had with people at AWS who will be presenting at the event so you can learn more about them and some of the interesting work that they’re doing. How long have you been at AWS, and what do you do in your current role? […]

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Amazon Spheres and author info

AWS Security Profiles: Don “Beetle” Bailey, Senior Principal Security Engineer; Brian Wagner, FSI Compliance Specialist

In the weeks leading up to re:Invent, we’ll share conversations we’ve had with people at AWS who will be presenting at the event so you can learn more about them and some of the interesting work that they’re doing. How long have you been at AWS, and what do you do in your current role? […]

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New Podcast: Preview the security track at re:Invent, learn what’s new and maximize your time

There are about 60 security-focused sessions and talks at re:Invent this year. That’s in addition to more than 2,000 other sessions, activities, chalk talks, and demos planned throughout the week. We want to help you get the most out the event and maximize your time. That’s why we’re previewing the security track and highlighting what’s […]

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Setting the Record Straight on Bloomberg BusinessWeek’s Erroneous Article

Today, Bloomberg BusinessWeek published a story claiming that AWS was aware of modified hardware or malicious chips in SuperMicro motherboards in Elemental Media’s hardware at the time Amazon acquired Elemental in 2015, and that Amazon was aware of modified hardware or chips in AWS’s China Region. As we shared with Bloomberg BusinessWeek multiple times over […]

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Daniel Schwartz-Narbonne shares how automated reasoning is helping achieve the provable security of AWS boot code

I recently sat down with Daniel Schwartz-Narbonne, a software development engineer in the Automated Reasoning Group (ARG) at AWS, to learn more about the groundbreaking work his team is doing in cloud security. The team uses automated reasoning, a technology based on mathematical logic, to prove that key components of the cloud are operating as […]

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Podcast: We developed Amazon GuardDuty to meet scaling demands, now it could assist with compliance considerations such as GDPR

It isn’t simple to meet the scaling requirements of AWS when creating a threat detection monitoring service. Our service teams have to maintain the ability to deliver at a rapid pace. That led to the question what can be done to make a security service as frictionless as possible to business demands? Core parts of […]

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Now Available: New Digital Training to Help You Learn About AWS Cloud Security

Cloud security with scalability and innovation: at AWS, this is our top priority. To help you securely architect cloud solutions, AWS Training and Certification recently added new free digital training about security, including a new course about Amazon GuardDuty, a new managed threat-detection service. These introductory courses, built by AWS experts, are suitable for users and decision makers […]

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How to Audit Your AWS Resources for Security Compliance by Using Custom AWS Config Rules

AWS Config Rules enables you to implement security policies as code for your organization and evaluate configuration changes to AWS resources against these policies. You can use Config rules to audit your use of AWS resources for compliance with external compliance frameworks such as CIS AWS Foundations Benchmark and with your internal security policies related […]

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