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Protect Your AWS Apps With This AWS Security Checklist

When migrating workloads or building out an AWS cloud security strategy, companies often struggle with the expertise or resources needed to effectively secure web applications on AWS. Luckily, we are here to help. We’ve created an AWS Security Checklist to help you get started on enhancing the security of your AWS applications.

This AWS Security Checklist walks you through some AWS security best practices that we recommend as you either begin your journey to the cloud or make improvements to your current cloud security posture. From understanding how to enhance your cloud provider security services to assess your application’s threat profile, there are key steps that need to be taken for you to secure your AWS workloads and protect your business. It touches management and best practices of:

  • Access Keys
  • EC2 instances
  • Identity and access management (IAM)
  • Security groups
  • Account management
  • Security controls
  • Root account
  • Data access
  • Access control
  • Public access
  • S3 buckets

Clear Up the Complexity

Download this AWS Security Checklist, and start your path to enhance your security on the cloud. Because securing cloud-based web applications is a challenge that will require rethinking:

  • Your Amazon Web Services security best practices
  • What AWS Cloud Security tools you should adopt
  • Where to focus resources for your cloud infrastructure
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