AWS Security Blog

Tag: AWS CloudHSM

How to Update AWS CloudHSM Devices and Client Instances to the Software and Firmware Versions Supported by AWS

Note from September 18, 2017: In this blog post, “AWS CloudHSM” refers to the product that’s now known as AWS CloudHSM Classic. As I explained in my previous Security Blog post, a hardware security module (HSM) is a hardware device designed with the security of your data and cryptographic key material in mind. It is […]

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In Case You Missed These: AWS Security Blog Posts from June, July, and August

In case you missed any AWS Security Blog posts from June, July, and August, they are summarized and linked to below. The posts are shown in reverse chronological order (most recent first), and the subject matter ranges from a tagging limit increase to recording SSH sessions established through a bastion host. August August 16: Updated […]

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How to Remove Single Points of Failure by Using a High-Availability Partition Group in Your AWS CloudHSM Environment

A hardware security module (HSM) is a hardware device designed with the security of your data and cryptographic key material in mind. It is tamper-resistant hardware that prevents unauthorized users from attempting to pry open the device, plug any extra devices in to access data or keys such as subtokens, or damage the outside housing. […]

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