AWS Security Blog

Tag: Encryption

Are KMS custom key stores right for you?

You can use the AWS Key Management Service (KMS) custom key store feature to gain more control over your KMS keys. The KMS custom key store integrates KMS with AWS CloudHSM to help satisfy compliance obligations that would otherwise require the use of on-premises hardware security modules (HSMs) while providing the AWS service integrations of […]

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Amazon ElastiCache for Redis now PCI DSS compliant, allowing you to process sensitive payment card data in-memory for faster performance

Amazon ElastiCache for Redis has achieved the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). This means that you can now use ElastiCache for Redis for low-latency and high-throughput in-memory processing of sensitive payment card data, such as Customer Cardholder Data (CHD). ElastiCache for Redis is a Redis-compatible, fully-managed, in-memory data store and caching service […]

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Podcast: How AWS KMS could help customers meet encryption and deletion requirements, including GDPR

Encryption is a powerful tool to protect your data but it can be difficult to get right because it demands understanding how encryption keys are created, distributed, used, and managed. To make encryption easier to use, we created AWS Key Management Service (KMS) to let you scale your use of the cloud without struggling to […]

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Now You Can Create Encrypted Amazon EBS Volumes by Using Your Custom Encryption Keys When You Launch an Amazon EC2 Instance

Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) offers an encryption solution for your Amazon EBS volumes so you don’t have to build, maintain, and secure your own infrastructure for managing encryption keys for block storage. Amazon EBS encryption uses AWS Key Management Service (AWS KMS) customer master keys (CMKs) when creating encrypted Amazon EBS volumes, providing you […]

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How to Encrypt Amazon S3 Objects with the AWS SDK for Ruby

Recently, Amazon announced some new Amazon S3 encryption and security features. The AWS Blog post showed how to use the Amazon S3 console to take advantage of these new features. However, if you have a large number of Amazon S3 buckets, using the console to implement these features could take hours, if not days. As […]

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How to Encrypt and Decrypt Your Data with the AWS Encryption CLI

You can now encrypt and decrypt your data at the command line and in scripts—no cryptography or programming expertise is required. The new AWS Encryption SDK Command Line Interface (AWS Encryption CLI) brings the AWS Encryption SDK to the command line. With the AWS Encryption CLI, you can take advantage of the advanced data protection […]

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Now You Can Use Amazon ElastiCache for Redis with In-Transit and At-Rest Encryption to Help Protect Sensitive Information

Amazon ElastiCache for Redis now supports encryption for secure internode communications to help keep personally identifiable information (PII) safe. Both encryption in transit and at rest are supported. The new encryption in-transit feature enables you to encrypt all communications between clients and Redis servers as well as between Redis servers (primary and read replica nodes). […]

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Want to Learn More About AWS CloudHSM and Hardware Key Management? Register for and Attend this October 25 Tech Talk: “CloudHSM – Secure, Scalable Key Storage in AWS”

Note: The on-demand recording and deck from this Tech Talk are now available. As part of the AWS Online Tech Talks series, AWS will present CloudHSM – Secure, Scalable Key Storage in AWS on Wednesday, October 25. This tech talk will start at 9:00 A.M. Pacific Time and end at 9:40 A.M. Pacific Time. Applications handling confidential […]

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