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Tag: Amazon Macie

Correlate IAM Access Analyzer findings with Amazon Macie

In this blog post, you’ll learn how to detect when unintended access has been granted to sensitive data in Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) buckets in your Amazon Web Services (AWS) accounts. It’s critical for your enterprise to understand where sensitive data is stored in your organization and how and why it is shared. […]

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Top 2021 AWS Security service launches security professionals should review – Part 1

Given the speed of Amazon Web Services (AWS) innovation, it can sometimes be challenging to keep up with AWS Security service and feature launches. To help you stay current, here’s an overview of some of the most important 2021 AWS Security launches that security professionals should be aware of. This is the first of two […]

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Enabling data classification for Amazon RDS database with Macie

Customers have been asking us about ways to use Amazon Macie data discovery on their Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) instances. This post presents how to do so using AWS Database Migration Service (AWS DMS) to extract data from Amazon RDS, store it on Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), and then classify the […]

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Strengthen the security of sensitive data stored in Amazon S3 by using additional AWS services

October 13, 2021: We’ve added a section on redacting and transforming personally identifiable information with Amazon S3 Object Lambda. In this post, we describe the AWS services that you can use to both detect and protect your data stored in Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3). When you analyze security in depth for your Amazon […]

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Creating a notification workflow from sensitive data discover with Amazon Macie, Amazon EventBridge, AWS Lambda, and Slack

Following the example of the EU in implementing the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), many countries are implementing similar data protection laws. In response, many companies are forming teams that are responsible for data protection. Considering the volume of information that companies maintain, it’s essential that these teams are alerted when sensitive data is at […]

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Deploy an automated ChatOps solution for remediating Amazon Macie findings

The amount of data being collected, stored, and processed by Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers is growing at an exponential rate. In order to keep pace with this growth, customers are turning to scalable cloud storage services like Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) to build data lakes at the petabyte scale. Customers are looking […]

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Detecting sensitive data in DynamoDB with Macie

Amazon Macie is a fully managed data security and data privacy service that uses machine learning and pattern matching to discover and protect your sensitive data in Amazon Web Services (AWS). It gives you the ability to automatically scan for sensitive data and get an inventory of your Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) buckets. […]

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Use Macie to discover sensitive data as part of automated data pipelines

Data is a crucial part of every business and is used for strategic decision making at all levels of an organization. To extract value from their data more quickly, Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers are building automated data pipelines—from data ingestion to transformation and analytics. As part of this process, my customers often ask how […]

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Discover sensitive data by using custom data identifiers with Amazon Macie

As you put more and more data in the cloud, you need to rely on security automation to keep it secure at scale. AWS recently launched Amazon Macie, a fully managed service that uses machine learning and pattern matching to help you detect, classify, and better protect your sensitive data stored in the AWS Cloud. […]

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AWS Security Profiles: Dan Plastina, VP of Security Services

In the weeks leading up to re:Invent 2019, 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 as the VP […]

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