AWS Security Blog

Tag: Amazon VPC

In Case You Missed These: AWS Security Blog Posts from March and April

In case you missed any of the AWS Security Blog posts from March and April, they are summarized and linked to below. The posts are shown in reverse chronological order (most recent first), and the subject matter ranges from the AWS Config Rules repository to automatically updating AWS WAF IP blacklists. April April 28, AWS […]

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How to Optimize and Visualize Your Security Groups

September 9, 2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. See details. May 3, 2017: We published a related blog post also written by Guy Denney, How to Visualize and Refine Your Network’s Security by Adding Security Group IDs to Your VPC Flow Logs. Many organizations start their journey with AWS by experimenting […]

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How to Help Prepare for DDoS Attacks by Reducing Your Attack Surface

Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks are sometimes used by malicious actors in an attempt to flood a network, system, or application with more traffic, connections, or requests than it can handle. Not surprisingly, customers often ask us how we can help them protect their applications against these types of attacks. To help you optimize […]

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How to Address the PCI DSS Requirements for Data Encryption in Transit Using Amazon VPC

The PCI requirements for encryption for data in transit are different for private networks than they are for public networks. When correctly designed, Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC), a logically isolated portion of the AWS infrastructure that allows you to extend your existing data center network to the cloud, can be considered a private network, […]

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