Protect Your AWS Workloads
Amazon Web Services (AWS) offers a broad set of services that help organizations move faster, lower IT costs, and scale applications. Like most cloud providers, AWS operates under a shared responsibility model — managing security of the cloud while AWS customers are responsible for security in the cloud.
Threats to your workloads running in AWS can take many forms:
- Compromise of the AWS account
- Data leakage or system compromise through insecure configurations
- Breaches through publicly presented applications that are not thoroughly assessed or monitored
- And more…
Clear-up the Complexity
Download this AWS workloads security checklist to guide your path to cloud security enhancement and rethink how to:
- Start with a solid foundation
- Architect for security
- Adopt assessment standards
- Define access standards
- Protect data
- Gain visibility and threat protection
While it is impossible to list every security measure and configuration that may be required for the myriad of ways customers use AWS services, this checklist provides the fundamentals and methodology that can lead to a secure foundation.