With Security being one of the hottest topics within the Cloud industry today, Access and Key Management is often highlighted, questioned, and misunderstood.
This learning path on AWS Access & Key Management Security has been designed to help you understand how AWS implements and manages access to its resources from an Identity, key management, and best practice perspective.
It will focus on the Identity & Access Management Service (IAM) and all of its features and how they operate together to provide secure access management to your resources. You will also gain a deeper understanding of how these features operate from an authentication, authorization, and access control stance.
Security best practices will be covered across a range of abstract and container services, plus how the Key Management Service (KMS) and CloudHSM service can be used to manage and control the use of encryption keys and the benefits and considerations when doing so.
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- Understand what AWS Identity & Access Management (IAM) is and how to implement it
- Learn how to manage our organization using IAM Users and Groups and IAM Roles
- Learn about security mechanisms around AWS Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting using a variety of services
- Understand the responsibility between AWS and the customer when architecting both abstract and container services
- Learn the basics of KMS
- Learn about the S3 encryption and decryption process for S3 Managed Keys, KMS Managed Keys, and Customer Provided Keys
- Learn the fundamentals of CloudHSM
This course has been designed for AWS administrators, security engineers, security architects, or anyone who is looking to increase their knowledge of access and key management security.
To get the most from this learning path, you should already have some basic hands-on experience of AWS and its services, although it's not essential.
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