AWS Security covers best practices for access policies, data protection, auditing, continuous monitoring, and incident response.
To create secure applications and infrastructure on AWS, you need to understand the tools and features the platform provides and learn new approaches to configuring and managing them. AWS Security provides comprehensive coverage of the key tools and concepts you can use to defend AWS-based systems.
AWS Security covers best practices for access policies, data protection, auditing, continuous monitoring, and incident response. Through well-documented examples and procedures, you’ll explore several deliberately insecure applications, learning the exploits and vulnerabilities commonly used to attack them and the security practices to counter those attacks. With this practical primer, you’ll be well prepared to evaluate your system’s security, detect threats, and respond with confidence.
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Dylan Shields is a software engineer working on Quantum Computing at AWS. Previously, Dylan was the first engineer on the AWS Security Hub team. He has also worked at Google Cloud, focusing on the security and reliability of their serverless data warehouse, BigQuery.