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Tag: MFA

Securing Access to AWS Using MFA – Part 3

In Part 1 (configuring MFA for sign-in) and Part 2 (MFA-protected API access) of this series, we discussed various ways in which AWS Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) can improve the security of your account.  This week’s topic will be a brief overview of how you can use MFA in conjunction with Amazon S3 Versioning. What is […]

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Securing Access to AWS Using MFA–Part 2

In part I of our series on multi-factor authentication (MFA), we mentioned that the next topic would be securing access to AWS APIs with MFA. This week’s guest blogger Kai Zhao, Product Manager on our AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) team, will give a brief overview of AWS MFA-protected API access. Introduction MFA-protected API […]

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Securing Access to AWS Using MFA–Part 1

In this series of blog posts, we’ll walk through different ways to keep your AWS resources secure using AWS Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA). As a best practice, we strongly recommend that you secure access to your account with AWS MFA.  It’s a simple way to add an extra layer of protection on top of your username […]

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