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2022 Canadian Centre for Cyber Security Assessment Summary report available with 12 additional services

We are pleased to announce the availability of the 2022 Canadian Centre for Cyber Security (CCCS) assessment summary report for Amazon Web Services (AWS). This assessment will bring the total to 132 AWS services and features assessed in the Canada (Central) AWS Region, including 12 additional AWS services. A copy of the summary assessment report is available for […]

How to configure rotation and rotation windows for secrets stored in AWS Secrets Manager

November 21, 2022: We updated this post to reflect the fact that AWS Secrets Manager now supports rotating secrets as often as every four hours. AWS Secrets Manager helps you manage, retrieve, and rotate database credentials, API keys, and other secrets throughout their lifecycles. You can specify a rotation window for your secrets, allowing you […]

AWS re:Inforce 2022: Key announcements and session highlights

September 13, 2022: This post had been updated with information about AWS Skill Builder added. AWS re:Inforce returned to Boston, MA, in July after 2 years, and we were so glad to be back in person with customers. The conference featured over 250 sessions and hands-on labs, 100 AWS partner sponsors, and over 6,000 attendees […]

AWS re:Inforce 2022: Threat detection and incident response track preview

Register now with discount code SALXTDVaB7y to get $150 off your full conference pass to AWS re:Inforce. For a limited time only and while supplies last. Today we’re going to highlight just some of the sessions focused on threat detection and incident response that are planned for AWS re:Inforce 2022. AWS re:Inforce is a learning […]

A sneak peek at the identity and access management sessions for AWS re:Inforce 2022

September 12, 2022: This blog post has been updated to reflect the new name of AWS Single Sign-On (SSO) – AWS IAM Identity Center. Read more about the name change here. Register now with discount code SALFNj7FaRe to get $150 off your full conference pass to AWS re:Inforce. For a limited time only and while […]

A sneak peek at the data protection and privacy sessions for AWS re:Inforce 2022

June 15, 2022: This post had been updated with reference to a blog post of Identity and access management added. Register now with discount code SALUZwmdkJJ to get $150 off your full conference pass to AWS re:Inforce. For a limited time only and while supplies last. Today we want to tell you about some of […]

Join me in Boston this July for AWS re:Inforce 2022

I’d like to personally invite you to attend the Amazon Web Services (AWS) security conference, AWS re:Inforce 2022, in Boston, MA on July 26–27. This event offers interactive educational content to address your security, compliance, privacy, and identity management needs. Join security experts, customers, leaders, and partners from around the world who are committed to […]

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Canadian Centre for Cyber Security Assessment Summary report now available in AWS Artifact

French version At Amazon Web Services (AWS), we are committed to providing continued assurance to our customers through assessments, certifications, and attestations that support the adoption of AWS services. We are pleased to announce the availability of the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security (CCCS) assessment summary report for AWS, which you can view and download […]

AWS Verified episode 5: A conversation with Eric Rosenbach of Harvard University’s Belfer Center

I am pleased to share the latest episode of AWS Verified, where we bring you conversations with global cybersecurity leaders about important issues, such as how to create a culture of security, cyber resiliency, Zero Trust, and other emerging security trends. Recently, I got the opportunity to experience distance learning when I took the AWS […]

Nine additional AWS cloud service offerings authorized by DISA

September 9, 2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. See details. I’m excited to share that the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) has authorized three additional Amazon Web Services (AWS) services at Impact Level (IL) 4 and IL 5 in the AWS GovCloud (US) Regions, as well as five additional AWS […]