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Tag: Data at rest

How to Protect Data at Rest with Amazon EC2 Instance Store Encryption

Note: By default, an instance type that includes an NVMe instance store encrypts data at rest using an XTS-AES-256 block cipher. See this FAQ about NVMe-supported instance types. If you’re using an NVMw instance type, then data at rest is encrypted by default, and this post doesn’t apply to your situation. Encrypting data at rest […]

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Three Data-at-Rest Encryption Announcements

We’re excited to make three announcements around encryption of data at rest in AWS: We’ve published a new whitepaper: Securing Data at Rest with Encryption, which describes the various options for encrypting data at rest in AWS. It describes these options in terms of where encryption keys are stored and how access to those keys […]

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