AWS Security Blog

Tag: Server-side encryption

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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Amazon ElastiCache for Redis Is Now a HIPAA Eligible Service and You Can Use It to Power Real-Time Healthcare Applications

Amazon ElastiCache for Redis is now a HIPAA Eligible Service and has been added to the AWS Business Associate Addendum (BAA). This means you can use ElastiCache for Redis to help you power healthcare applications as well as process, maintain, and store protected health information (PHI). ElastiCache for Redis is a Redis-compatible, fully-managed, in-memory data […]

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Amazon Simple Queue Service Introduces Server-Side Encryption for Queues

You can now use Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS) to exchange sensitive data between applications using server-side encryption (SSE). SQS is a fully managed message queuing service for reliably communicating between distributed software components and microservices at any scale. You can use SQS to take advantage of the scale, cost, and operational benefits of a […]

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How to Protect Data at Rest with Amazon EC2 Instance Store Encryption

Note: By default, an instance type that includes an NVMe instance store encrypts data at rest using an XTS-AES-256 block cipher. See this FAQ about NVMe-supported instance types. If you’re using an NVMw instance type, then data at rest is encrypted by default, and this post doesn’t apply to your situation. Encrypting data at rest […]

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