Cloud security at AWS is the highest priority. As an AWS customer, you will benefit from a data center and network architecture built to meet the requirements of the most security-sensitive organisations.
An advantage of the AWS cloud is that it allows customers to scale and innovate, while maintaining a secure environment. Customers pay only for the services they use, meaning that you can have the security you need, but without the upfront expenses, and at a lower cost than in an on-premises environment.
Watch our online talks on-demand to explore cloud security and compliance topics.
Learn how you can help maintain control of your environment by choosing the right AWS security tools with this introductory webinar. We will show you how AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM), AWS Config Rules, and AWS Cloud Trail can help you maintain that control. You will discover how to track changes, monitor compliance, and keep an audit record of API requests.
- Learn what IAM is and how to leverage it appropriately.
- Gain familiarity with how to track changes and monitor for compliance.
- Keep an audit record of API requests for reporting purposes.
- Understand how these services complement each other.
This AWS Security Checklist webinar will help you and your auditors assess the security of your AWS environment in accordance with industry or regulatory standards. This security focused checklist builds on recently revised Operational Checklists for AWS, which helps you evaluate your applications against a list of best practices before deployment.
- Evaluate the ability of AWS services to meet information security objectives and ensure future deployments within the AWS cloud are done in a secure and compliant way
- Assess your existing organisational use of AWS and to ensure it meets security best practices
- Develop AWS usage policies or validate that existing policies are being followed
With security-relevant services such as AWS Config, VPC Flow Logs, Amazon CloudWatch Events, and AWS Lambda, you now have the ability to automatically respond to and process security events that may occur within your AWS environment. These including prevention, detection, response, and remediation. This session covers the process of automating security event response using various AWS building blocks, gaining confidence in your coverage by proactively testing security monitoring and response effectiveness before anyone else does.
Does meeting stringent compliance requirements keep you up at night? Do you worry about having the right audit trails in place as proof?
In this session, you will learn why building security in from the beginning saves you time (and painful retrofits) later, how to gather and retain audit evidence for instances that are only up for minutes or hours, and how to meet many compliance requirements and ensured that Amazon EC2 instances are immediately protected as they come online.
Security of big data workloads in a hybrid IT environment often comes as an afterthought. This session discusses how enterprises can architect secure, big-data workloads on AWS. We cover the application of authentication, authorization, encryption, and additional security principles and mechanisms to workloads leveraging Amazon Elastic MapReduce (EMR) and Amazon Redshift.
Whether it is per business unit or per application, many AWS customers use multiple accounts to meet their infrastructure isolation and billing requirements. In this session, we discuss considerations, limitations, and security patterns when building out a multi-account strategy. We explore topics such as identity federation, cross-account roles, consolidated logging, and account governance.
At the end of the session, we present an enterprise-ready, multi-account architecture that you can start leveraging today.
AWS provides a range of security services and features that AWS customers can use to secure their content and applications and meet their own specific business requirements for security. This presentation focuses on how you can make use of AWS security features to meet your own organisation's security and compliance objectives.
Meet security-sensitive requirements faster. AWS provides several security capabilities and services to increase privacy and control network access that enable private or dedicated connections from your on-premises environment. In addition to the already secure AWS Cloud, AWS Marketplace offers industry-leading solutions to help you secure operating systems, platforms, applications and data that can integrate with existing controls in your AWS Cloud and hybrid environments.
- Learn about Marketplace security policies to ensure AWS Marketplace product security (Managed Catalog Operations)
- Explore Security applications: vendor-enforced best-practices
- Augmenting AWS Security offerings with Marketplace products.