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Tag: AWS Cloud Adoption Framework

Privacy conscious cloud migrations: mapping the AWS Cloud Adoption Framework to the NIST Privacy Framework

This post will help you make privacy-conscious cloud migration decisions by mapping the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Privacy Framework: A Tool for Improving Privacy Through Enterprise Risk Management (NIST Privacy Framework) to the AWS Cloud Adoption Framework (AWS CAF). AWS Professional Services created the AWS CAF to help organizations successfully migrate to […]

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Over 150 AWS services now have a security chapter

We’re happy to share an update on the service documentation initiative that we first told you about on the AWS Security Blog in June, 2019. We’re excited to announce that over 150 services now have dedicated security chapters available in the AWS security documentation. In case you aren’t familiar with the security chapters, they were […]

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How to get specific security information about AWS services

December 10, 2019: This post was originally published July 2019. Since then, the number of services with a dedicated security chapter has grown from 40 to over 70. We’ve updated our post accordingly. We’re excited to announce the launch of dedicated security chapters in the AWS documentation for over 70 services. Security is a key […]

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New Whitepaper Available: AWS Key Management Service Best Practices

Today, we are happy to announce the release of a new whitepaper: AWS Key Management Service Best Practices. This whitepaper takes knowledge learned from some of the largest adopters of AWS Key Management Service (AWS KMS) and makes it available to all AWS customers. AWS KMS is a managed service that makes it easy for […]

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New Whitepaper Now Available: The Security Perspective of the AWS Cloud Adoption Framework

Today, AWS released the Security Perspective of the AWS Cloud Adoption Framework (AWS CAF). The AWS CAF provides a framework to help you structure and plan your cloud adoption journey, and build a comprehensive approach to cloud computing throughout the IT lifecycle. The framework provides seven specific areas of focus or Perspectives: business, platform, maturity, […]

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