Architecting for Security on AWS

by Ben Piper

This course will help you learn to apply security at all layers of AWS, including encrypting and protecting data at-rest and in-transit, as well as how to prepare for and respond to security events.

What you'll learn

AWS security architects need to understand how to build security into every AWS deployment at every level. In this course, Architecting for Security on AWS, you’ll learn how to secure your data and your AWS services and resources at multiple levels using a defense-in-depth approach. First, you'll learn how to protect your AWS credentials using identity and access management. Next, you'll see how to capture and analyze logs using CloudTrail, CloudWatch, and Athena. Finally, you'll learn how to implement network and instance security, encrypt data at rest and in-transit, and set up data backup, replication, and recovery. After finishing this course, you'll be ready to granularly control access to your AWS resources.

Table of contents

Course Overview
1min
Protecting AWS Credentials
51mins
Capturing and Analyzing Logs
51mins
Protecting Network and Host-level Boundaries
53mins
Protecting Data at Rest
47mins
Protecting Data in Transit
23mins
Configuring Data Backup, Replication, and Recovery
24mins

About the author

Ben Piper is the author of the "CCNP Enterprise Certification Study Guide: Implementing and Operating Cisco Enterprise Network Core Technologies" and the "AWS Certified Solutions Architect Study Guide". You can contact Ben by visiting his website, benpiper.com.

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