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2021 AWS security-focused workshops

Every year, Amazon Web Services (AWS) looks to help our customers gain more experience and knowledge of our services through hands-on workshops. In 2021, we unfortunately couldn’t connect with you in person as much as we would have liked, so we wanted to create and share new ways to learn and build on AWS. We […]

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New IRAP full assessment report is now available on AWS Artifact for Australian customers

We are excited to announce that a new Information Security Registered Assessors Program (IRAP) report is now available on AWS Artifact, after a successful full assessment completed in December 2021 by an independent ASD (Australian Signals Directorate) certified IRAP assessor. The new IRAP report includes reassessment of the existing 111 services which are already in […]

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Automatically resolve Security Hub findings for resources that no longer exist

In this post, you’ll learn how to automatically resolve AWS Security Hub findings for previously deleted Amazon Web Services (AWS) resources. By using an event-driven solution, you can automatically resolve findings for AWS and third-party service integrations. Security Hub provides a comprehensive view of your security alerts and security posture across your AWS accounts. Security […]

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AWS publishes PiTuKri ISAE3000 Type II Attestation Report for Finnish customers

Feb. 14, 2022: We’ve added Finnish version of the post. Finnish version Gaining and maintaining customer trust is an ongoing commitment at Amazon Web Services (AWS). Our customers’ industry security requirements drive the scope and portfolio of compliance reports, attestations, and certifications we pursue. AWS is pleased to announce the issuance of the Criteria to […]

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2021 FINMA ISAE 3000 Type 2 attestation report for Switzerland now available on AWS Artifact

AWS is pleased to announce the issuance of a second Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) ISAE 3000 Type 2 attestation report. The latest report covers the period from October 1, 2020 to September 30, 2021, with a total of 141 AWS services and 23 global AWS Regions included in the scope. A full list of certified services […]

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Continuous runtime security monitoring with AWS Security Hub and Falco

Customers want a single and comprehensive view of the security posture of their workloads. Runtime security event monitoring is important to building secure, operationally excellent, and reliable workloads, especially in environments that run containers and container orchestration platforms. In this blog post, we show you how to use services such as AWS Security Hub and […]

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Hardening the security of your AWS Elastic Beanstalk Application the Well-Architected way

Hardening the security of your AWS Elastic Beanstalk Application the Well-Architected way

April 7, 2022: This post has been updated with sample Elastic Beanstalk application with hardened security configurations on GitHub. Launching an application in AWS Elastic Beanstalk is straightforward. You define a name for your application, select the platform you want to run it on (for example, Ruby), and upload the source code. The default Elastic Beanstalk configuration […]

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Using CloudTrail to identify unexpected behaviors in individual workloads

In this post, we describe a practical approach that you can use to detect anomalous behaviors within Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud workloads by using behavioral analysis techniques that can be used to augment existing threat detection solutions. Anomaly detection is an advanced threat detection technique that should be considered when a mature security baseline […]

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2021 PCI 3DS report now available

We are excited to announce that Amazon Web Services (AWS) has released the latest 2021 PCI 3-D Secure (3DS) attestation to support our customers implementing EMV® 3-D Secure services on AWS. Although AWS doesn’t directly perform the functions of 3DS Server (3DSS), 3DS Directory Server (DS), or 3DS Access Control Server (ACS), AWS customers can […]

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