Security has become everyone’s job, and its management has become a strategic concern of the enterprise. The way forward is for the enterprise to build a culture of security. AWS Enterprise Strategist Mark Schwartz describes approaches he's used to establish awareness of risks and controls along with a set of norms and practices that align with keeping the enterprise secure.
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In this e-book, we’ll provide answers to your most pertinent questions about your cloud security training journey. We’ll cover what to expect from your AWS Training experience and how to get started.
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AWS recognizes the growing need for organization-wide security skills. We are dedicated to keeping security our top priority—and helping your organization prioritize security, as well.
This checklist provides customer recommendations that align with the Well – Architected Framework Security Pillar.
A provider who demonstrates these six benefits can help you transform the way you operate, freeing up resources to focus on your core business—all while making your organization more secure.
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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.
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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.
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