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Tag: Zero Trust

AWS Verified episode 5: A conversation with Eric Rosenbach of Harvard University’s Belfer Center

I am pleased to share the latest episode of AWS Verified, where we bring you conversations with global cybersecurity leaders about important issues, such as how to create a culture of security, cyber resiliency, Zero Trust, and other emerging security trends. Recently, I got the opportunity to experience distance learning when I took the AWS […]

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AWS Verified, episode 4: How Lockheed Martin embeds security

Last year Amazon Web Services (AWS) launched a new video series, AWS Verified, where we talk to global cybersecurity leaders about important issues, such as how the pandemic is impacting cloud security, how to create a culture of security, and emerging security trends. Today I’m happy to share the latest episode of AWS Verified, an […]

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Zero Trust architectures: An AWS perspective

Our mission at Amazon Web Services (AWS) is to innovate on behalf of our customers so they have less and less work to do when building, deploying, and rapidly iterating on secure systems. From a security perspective, our customers seek answers to the ongoing question What are the optimal patterns to ensure the right level […]

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Introducing the first video in our new series, Verified, featuring Netflix’s Jason Chan

The year has been a profoundly different one for us all, and like many of you, I’ve been adjusting, both professionally and personally, to this “new normal.” Here at AWS we’ve seen an increase in customers looking for secure solutions to maintain productivity in an increased work-from-home world. We’ve also seen an uptick in requests […]

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