AWS Storage Blog

Category: Security, Identity, & Compliance

Access Analyzer for Amazon S3

Monitor, review, and protect Amazon S3 buckets using Access Analyzer for S3

At AWS, Security is more than just features – it’s a mindset. Today, we announced Access Analyzer for S3, a new feature that monitors your resource policies so you don’t have to. By default, all buckets and objects created in S3 are private. AWS enables you with mechanisms like Access Control Lists (ACLs) and Bucket […]

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Maintain your compliance requirements by using AWS PrivateLink with Amazon EFS

Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS) serves tens of thousands of companies across the world, in every industry and vertical. Many of our customers have very specific network and network management policies, based on compliance or regulatory requirements. Today, I will show you how you can meet or enhance your compliance posture by using AWS […]

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Store Mission-critical Files in AWS GovCloud (US) with Amazon EFS – Now FedRAMP Certified

I’m super excited to share that Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS) has achieved FedRAMP High provisional authorization in AWS GovCloud (US). With this achievement, U.S. government agencies can now easily and cost-effectively store sensitive files including Personally Identifiable Information (PII), sensitive patient records, financial data, law enforcement data, and other Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) […]

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S3 Security

Protecting data with Amazon S3 Object Lock

Amazon S3 Object Lock is an Amazon S3 feature that allows you to store objects using a write once, read many (WORM) model. You can use WORM protection for scenarios where it is imperative that data is not changed or deleted after it has been written. Whether your business has a requirement to satisfy compliance […]

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S3 Security

Learn how to use two important Amazon S3 security-features: Block Public Access and S3 Object Lock

Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) was AWS’ first Generally Available service when it launched on Pi Day in 2006, and in doing so created cloud storage. It quickly became one of the most important building blocks of AWS infrastructure. Today, S3 is used by millions of customers to store trillions of objects and many […]

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Enable password authentication for AWS Transfer for SFTP using AWS Secrets Manager

Last year at re:Invent we launched AWS Transfer for SFTP (AWS SFTP), a fully managed service that makes it easy to migrate your file transfer workflows to AWS, without changing applications or clients. You can use the service to upload and download files over SFTP directly in and out of Amazon S3. We’ve seen use […]

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