In 2017, running a successful business means using tons and tons of data. Inevitably, some of that data is going to be sensitive, and protecting it has implications on not only your customers, but your reputation as well. We’ve seen time and time again what can happen when large companies are breached – it’s in the news with an alarming frequency. Knowing how to avoid getting breached isn’t always easy, especially on a cloud platform as complex as AWS. Everyone has questions about security, and this Friday, November 17, 2017, we hope to provide some answers in our live AWS Security webinar.

The webinar will be hosted by AWS Certified Professionals Anthony James and Christophe Limpalair. They’ll be discussing the keys to keeping your infrastructure secure, and how to avoid the mistakes that often lead to the big breaches we see so often in the news. A few of the topics will include:

  • IAM security best practices – how to control access to your resources
  • Data protection – how to protect data lakes using S3 and encryption both at-rest and in-transit
  • Detective control and incident response – how to automate detection and prevention, as well as contain incidents
  • Infrastructure security – which services and features can work to increase security across your infrastructure

It’s almost impossible to overstate the importance of information security, and you’ve probably already seen what can happen when best practices aren’t followed. Security in any system is an ongoing process, but you’ve got to start somewhere. Join us this Friday for an overview of what you need to do to make sure you’re minimizing your risk.

Can’t make it to the live stream? No problem. Just register below, and we’ll send you a recording once it’s over. We hope you’ll join us!

Register for the webinar

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Phil Zona is a technical writer for Cloud Assessments. When he's not writing, he enjoys web development, cooking (and eating), and watching videos of animals behaving like humans.

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