AWS Security Blog

Tag: Amazon RDS

How to Protect Data at Rest with Amazon EC2 Instance Store Encryption

Encrypting data at rest is vital for regulatory compliance to ensure that sensitive data saved on disks is not readable by any user or application without a valid key. Some compliance regulations such as PCI DSS and HIPAA require that data at rest be encrypted throughout the data lifecycle. To this end, AWS provides data-at-rest […]

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How to Manage Secrets for Amazon EC2 Container Service–Based Applications by Using Amazon S3 and Docker

Docker enables you to package, ship, and run applications as containers. This approach provides a comprehensive abstraction layer that allows developers to “containerize” or “package” any application and have it run on any infrastructure. Docker containers are analogous to shipping containers in that they provide a standard and consistent way of shipping almost anything. One […]

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How to Enable Windows Integrated Authentication for RDS for SQL Server Using On-Premises Active Directory

On March 23, 2016, AWS announced that Amazon Relational Database Service for SQL Server (RDS for SQL Server) now supports authentication to AWS Directory Service for Microsoft Active Directory (Enterprise Edition), also known as Microsoft AD. On April 7, 2016, AWS launched a new console feature for Microsoft AD that makes it easy for you […]

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In Case You Missed These: Recent AWS Security Blog Posts

Just in case you missed any of the AWS Security Blog posts from the last month or so, we have summarized and linked to them in this blog post. The linked posts are shown in reverse chronological order (most recent first), and the subject matter ranges from privacy and data security at Amazon to AWS […]

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