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If you’re a current AWS customer, you have discovered that AWS has an extensive set of tools, and that might leave you wondering what each tool does and how it can affect your sites and business. The tools do not include the proper support resources, leaving you and your organization challenged on how to best migrate your workloads to the cloud. You may also be wondering if you are paying the most effective price for your services. Netjectives can assist you with those challenges.
- Are you familiar with the AWS shared responsibility model for security?
AWS provides multifactor authentication services, but are they turned on? Amazon does not automatically patch EC2 instances, are you aware of that?
- Tighten CloudTrail security configurations
Ensure that attackers cannot delete your API call logging.
- Follow Identity and Access Management best practices
Create role-based groups for your accounts. Ensure MFA is enabled on all accounts.
- Ensure your S3 storage containers are secure and you know who’s accessing them?
We read in the news too often where data is leaked from an organization because of incomplete or incorrect permissions. Are you sure you won’t be in the news next?