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Centrally manage VPC network ACL rules to block unwanted traffic using AWS Firewall Manager

Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) provides two options for controlling network traffic: network access control lists (ACLs) and security groups. A network ACL defines inbound and outbound rules that allow or deny traffic based on protocol, IP address range, and port range. Security groups determine which inbound and outbound traffic is allowed on a […]

Multi-account diagram for sharing your IPAM pool from a networking account in the Infrastructure OU to accounts in the Development OU

Configure fine-grained access to your resources shared using AWS Resource Access Manager

You can use AWS Resource Access Manager (AWS RAM) to securely, simply, and consistently share supported resource types within your organization or organizational units (OUs) and across AWS accounts. This means you can provision your resources once and use AWS RAM to share them with accounts. With AWS RAM, the accounts that receive the shared […]

Protect APIs with Amazon API Gateway and perimeter protection services

Protect APIs with Amazon API Gateway and perimeter protection services

As Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers build new applications, APIs have been key to driving the adoption of these offerings. APIs simplify client integration and provide for efficient operations and management of applications by offering standard contracts for data exchange. APIs are also the front door to hosted applications that need to be effectively secured, […]

A walk through AWS Verified Access policies

A walk through AWS Verified Access policies

AWS Verified Access helps improve your organization’s security posture by using security trust providers to grant access to applications. This service grants access to applications only when the user’s identity and the user’s device meet configured security requirements. In this blog post, we will provide an overview of trust providers and policies, then walk through […]

Introducing the Security at the Edge: Core Principles whitepaper

Amazon Web Services (AWS) recently released the Security at the Edge: Core Principles whitepaper. Today’s business leaders know that it’s critical to ensure that both the security of their environments and the security present in traditional cloud networks are extended to workloads at the edge. The whitepaper provides security executives the foundations for implementing a […]