AWS WAF - Security Pillar SEC 1 - How do you securely operate your workload?
This course has been designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills required to help you answer the following question from the Security pillar of the AWS Well Architected Framework, ‘How do you securely operate your workload?'
To learn more about this section of the AWS Well architected framework see here, this guide will highlight every implementation step recommended by AWS.
SEC 1: How do you securely operate your workload?
This section of the AWS well architected framework is broken down into 8 different best practice subsections, each defining multiple recommendations. These best practices are as follows:
- SEC01-BP01 Separate workloads using accounts
- SEC01-BP02 Secure account root user and properties
- SEC01-BP03 Identify and validate control objectives
- SEC01-BP04 Keep up-to-date with security threats
- SEC01-BP05 Keep up-to-date with security recommendations
- SEC01-BP06 Automate testing and validation of security controls in pipelines
- SEC01-BP07 Identify threats and prioritize mitigations using a threat model
- SEC01-BP08 Evaluate and implement new security services and features regularly
Based on these AWS well architected framework best practices, this course has been curated and devised to provide you with a path of recommended content including courses and labs to help you adhere and align to these security actions. This course should be used as a knowledge guide for the services and features discussed, and in conjunction with the official AWS well architected framework which details the recommendations put forward by AWS within each best practice.
Upon completion, you will have the understanding and knowledge of being able to:
- Identify potential security weaknesses and vulnerabilities relating to SEC 1
- Plan proposals relating to SEC 1 to enable you to adhere to best practices
- Implement environment changes based on your proposals
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