In this course, you will learn about the different roles within Audit manager and how they work together to facilitate the audit process.
- Understand the frameworks and controls that Audit Manager provides
- How to create custom controls
- Understand the overall audit process and how to create assessment reports within Audit Manager
- Any audit leaders, internal audit members, GRC individuals, or IT/ SecOps leaders who are interested in proving the security of their AWS architecture and systems
- You should have a decent understanding of cloud computing and cloud architectures, specifically with Amazon Web Services
- Optionally, it would also be helpful to have a background in auditing procedures
AWS Audit Manager is a great way to help streamline and facilitate the process of auditing your AWS Environment. The service has all the built-in tooling you need to create high-quality and professional audits.
AWS Audit Manager can automatically collect the evidence you need to verify your compliance status against 25 managed and prebuilt frameworks include GDPR and CIS. Additionally, you can modify and build upon these frameworks to create custom solutions that fit your organization's needs.
Management of the audit lifecycle, through delegation of evidence verification, and automatic report creation helps to speed up the menial parts of running your audits.
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