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How to Use Service Control Policies in AWS Organizations to Enforce Healthcare Compliance in Your AWS Account

AWS customers with healthcare compliance requirements such as the U.S. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and Good Laboratory, Clinical, and Manufacturing Practices (GxP) might want to control access to the AWS services their developers use to build and operate their GxP and HIPAA systems. For example, customers with GxP requirements might approve AWS […]

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Now Generally Available – AWS Organizations: Policy-Based Management for Multiple AWS Accounts

Over the years, we have found that many of our customers are managing multiple AWS accounts. Instead of dealing with a multitude of per-team, per-division, or per-application accounts, our customers have asked for a way to define access control policies that can be easily applied to all, some, or individual accounts. In many cases, these […]

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Announcing AWS Organizations: Centrally Manage Multiple AWS Accounts

Today, AWS launched AWS Organizations: a new way for you to centrally manage all the AWS accounts your organization owns. Now you can arrange your AWS accounts into groups called organizational units (OUs) and apply policies to OUs or directly to accounts. For example, you can organize your accounts by application, environment, team, or any […]

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