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AWS Shield threat landscape review: 2020 year-in-review

AWS Shield is a managed service that protects applications that are running on Amazon Web Services (AWS) against external threats, such as bots and distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. Shield detects network and web application-layer volumetric events that may indicate a DDoS attack, web content scraping, or other unauthorized non-human traffic that is interacting […]

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How to approach threat modeling

In this post, I’ll provide my tips on how to integrate threat modeling into your organization’s application development lifecycle. There are many great guides on how to perform the procedural parts of threat modeling, and I’ll briefly touch on these and their methodologies. However, the main aim of this post is to augment the existing […]

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AWS Shield Threat Landscape report is now available

AWS Shield is a managed threat protection service that safeguards applications running on AWS against exploitation of application vulnerabilities, bad bots, and Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks. The AWS Shield Threat Landscape Report (TLR) provides you with a summary of threats detected by AWS Shield. This report is curated by the AWS Threat Research […]

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