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Tag: Federal Information Processing Standard

How to confirm your automated Amazon EBS snapshots are still created after the TLS 1.2 uplift on AWS FIPS endpoints

We are happy to announce that all AWS Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) endpoints have been updated to only accept a minimum of Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.2 connections. This ensures that our customers who run regulated workloads can meet FedRAMP compliance requirements that mandate a minimum of TLS 1.2 encryption for data in transit. Attempts […]

TLS 1.2 will be required for all AWS FIPS endpoints beginning March 31, 2021

November 10, 2022: This project was successfully completed in March 2021. TLS 1.2 is now the minimum version supported for all connections to AWS FIPS service endpoints. Note we will be implementing the same policy for non-FIPS endpoints by June 2023. If you also use these endpoints see https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/security/tls-1-2-required-for-aws-endpoints/ for details. To help you meet […]

Over 70 services require TLS 1.2 minimum for AWS FIPS endpoints

March 18, 2021: This post was originally published in February 2021. Since then, the number of services that require a TLS minimum of 1.2 has grown from over 40 to over 70. We’ve updated this post accordingly. In a March 2020 blog post, we told you about work Amazon Web Services (AWS) was undertaking to […]