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Tag: ACM

Preparing for AWS Certificate Manager (ACM) Support of Certificate Transparency

  Update from March 27, 2018: On March 27, 2018, we updated ACM APIs so that you can disable Certificate Transparency logging on a per-certificate basis. Starting April 30, 2018, Google Chrome will require all publicly trusted certificates issued after this date to be logged in at least two Certificate Transparency logs. This means that any […]

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

by Janna Pellegrino | on | in Security | Permalink | Comments |  Share

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 Help Achieve Mobile App Transport Security (ATS) Compliance by Using Amazon CloudFront and AWS Certificate Manager

Web and application users and organizations have expressed a growing desire to conduct most of their HTTP communication securely by using HTTPS. At its 2016 Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple announced that starting in January 2017, apps submitted to its App Store will be required to support App Transport Security (ATS). ATS requires all connections to […]

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