AWS Security Blog

Now Better Together! Register for and Attend this November 15 Tech Talk: “How to Integrate AWS Directory Service with Office 365”

As part of the AWS Online Tech Talks series, AWS will present How to Integrate AWS Directory Service with Office 365 on Wednesday, November 15. This tech talk will start at 9:00 A.M. Pacific Time and end at 9:40 A.M. Pacific Time.

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Amazon ElastiCache for Redis Is Now a HIPAA Eligible Service and You Can Use It to Power Real-Time Healthcare Applications

Amazon ElastiCache for Redis is now a HIPAA Eligible Service and has been added to the AWS Business Associate Addendum (BAA). This means you can use ElastiCache for Redis to help you power healthcare applications as well as process, maintain, and store protected health information (PHI). ElastiCache for Redis is a Redis-compatible, fully-managed, in-memory data […]

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Now You Can Monitor DDoS Attack Trends with AWS Shield Advanced

AWS Shield Advanced has always notified you about DDoS attacks on your applications via the AWS Management Console and API as well as Amazon CloudWatch metrics. Today, we added the global threat environment dashboard to AWS Shield Advanced to allow you to view trends and metrics about DDoS attacks across Amazon CloudFront, Elastic Load Balancing, […]

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Join Us for AWS Security Week November 6–9 in New York City

Want to learn how to securely deploy applications and services in the AWS Cloud? Join us in New York City at the AWS Pop-up Loft for AWS Security Week, November 6–9. At this free technical event, you will learn security concepts and strategies from AWS security professionals in sessions, demos, and labs. Here is a sampling of […]

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How to Prepare for AWS’s Move to Its Own Certificate Authority

Transport Layer Security (TLS, formerly called Secure Sockets Layer [SSL]) is essential for encrypting information that is exchanged on the internet. For example, Amazon.com uses TLS for all traffic on its website, and AWS uses it to secure calls to AWS services. An electronic document called a certificate verifies the identity of the server when creating […]

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Register for AWS re:Invent 2017 Live Streams

If you cannot attend AWS re:Invent 2017 in person, you can still watch the two keynotes and Tuesday Night Live from wherever you are. We will live stream both keynotes with Andy Jassy, CEO of Amazon Web Services, and Werner Vogels, CTO of Amazon.com, as well as Tuesday Night Live with Peter DeSantis, VP of AWS Global Infrastructure. […]

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Now You Can Use Amazon ElastiCache for Redis with In-Transit and At-Rest Encryption to Help Protect Sensitive Information

Amazon ElastiCache for Redis now supports encryption for secure internode communications to help keep personally identifiable information (PII) safe. Both encryption in transit and at rest are supported. The new encryption in-transit feature enables you to encrypt all communications between clients and Redis servers as well as between Redis servers (primary and read replica nodes). […]

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Introducing AWS Directory Service for Microsoft Active Directory (Standard Edition)

Today, AWS introduced AWS Directory Service for Microsoft Active Directory (Standard Edition), also known as AWS Microsoft AD (Standard Edition), which is managed Microsoft Active Directory (AD) that is performance optimized for small and midsize businesses. AWS Microsoft AD (Standard Edition) offers you a highly available and cost-effective primary directory in the AWS Cloud that […]

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The Full List of the Security, Compliance, and Identity Sessions, Workshops, and Chalk Talks Being Offered at AWS re:Invent 2017

Now that you can reserve seating in AWS re:Invent 2017 breakout sessions, workshops, chalk talks, and other events, the time is right to review the list of introductory, advanced, and expert content being offered this year. To learn more about breakout content types and levels, see Breakout Content. Jump to: Advanced level | Expert level Introductory level […]

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Reserved Seating Now Open for AWS re:Invent 2017

Reserved seating for AWS re:Invent 2017 is now open! Some important things you should know about reserved seating: Reserved seating is a way to get a guaranteed seat in breakout sessions, workshops, chalk talks, and other events. You can reserve seats using both the re:Invent registration app and the re:Invent mobile app. 75 percent of each room will be available […]

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