The Amazon Web Services (AWS) Security Reference Architecture (AWS SRA) is a holistic set of guidelines for deploying the full complement of AWS security services in a multi-account environment. It can be used to help design, implement, and manage AWS security services so that they align with AWS best practices. The recommendations are built around a single-page architecture that includes AWS security services—how they help achieve security objectives, where they can be best deployed and managed in your AWS accounts, and how they interact with other security services.
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Amazon GuardDuty is a continuous security monitoring service that analyzes and processes data sources. It uses threat intelligence feeds to identify unexpected, unauthorized, and malicious activity.
AWS Organizations is an account management service that enables you to consolidate multiple AWS accounts into an organization that you create and centrally manage.
This guide is for developers who need detailed information about the AWS Audit Manager API operations, data types, and errors.
Businesses starting to adopt AWS, expanding their footprint on AWS, or planning to enhance an AWS environment, can benefit from considering this guidance for organizing their AWS environments.
This paper discusses perimeter boundaries in terms of preventing unintended access patterns.
Background context on classic intrusion analysis frameworks, showing how the transition to the cloud undermines some of its key premises, naturally disrupting modern attacker intrusion methods.
This guide presents an overview of the fundamentals of responding to security incidents within a customer’s AWS Cloud environment.
Security at AWS starts with our core infrastructure, which is custom-built for the cloud and designed to meet the most stringent security and regulatory requirements in the world.
This Security and Compliance Quick Reference Guide (QRG) was created to give you a broad overview of how we keep AWS infrastructure secure and compliant.
The AWS network has been architected to permit you to select the level of security and resiliency appropriate for your workload.
The AWS Security Hub Automated Response and Remediation solution helps you quickly react to address threats by providing predefined response and remediation actions.
This document is intended to provide an introduction to AWS’s approach to security, including the controls in the AWS environment and some of the products and features.
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This paper evaluates the NIST CSF and the many AWS Cloud offerings public and commercial sector customers can use to align to the NIST CSF to improve your cybersecurity posture.
A Cloud Migration Guide with AWS DataSync, Amazon Elastic File System, and AWS Backup
Security leadership is a collective pursuit. The role of CISOs is to help guide the board and their peer C-suite leaders as they proactively protect their brands and customers.
This guide provides a comprehensive but high-level overview of how AWS can help your organization achieve savings and scalability while still maintaining robust security and regulatory compliance.
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