AWS Security Best Practices
Learn to design and implement secure solutions from an expert AWS instructor
Do you need to know how to establish and maintain a secure posture in the AWS Cloud? The AWS Security Best Practices course will help you learn to design and implement solutions to keep your workloads safe and secure. Through presentations, demonstrations, and hands-on lab you will dive deep into configuration best practices for specific tools to secure your network infrastructure, harden your compute resources, and quicken your response to suspicious events.
Apply what you learn to ensure you can scale securely with superior visibility, automate and reduce risks with deeply integrated services, and build with the highest standards for privacy and data security. Are you preparing for the AWS Certified Security - Specialty exam? This course also helps you prepare for the AWS Certified Security - Specialty exam.
What you'll learn
- How to design and implement a secure network infrastructure
- How to design and implement compute security
- How to design and implement a logging solution
- And much more
Who should take this course
- Solutions architects
- Security architects
- Security DevOps engineers
- Security engineers
What experience you'll need
Students should have familiarity with AWS services and a strong background in information security concepts, techniques, and paradigms in the areas of networking, operating systems, data encryption, and operational controls.
We recommend that attendees of this course have completed:
Type: Classroom (virtual and in person)
Length: 1 day
We regularly update our courses based on customer feedback and AWS service updates. As a result, course content may vary between languages while we localize these updates.
Need more information?
Download the course outline for more information about what this course covers.
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