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Keep It Secret, Keep It Safe: Credentials and Secrets Management on AWS

May 23, 2019

Are you hard coding credentials in your software? Do you have passwords you need to centrally manage, while maintaining access control? In this session you will learn the best ways of using the AWS platform to build applications with zero knowledge of the credentials that are used. AWS and Xero will talk about the various methods AWS gives you to ensure you can handle secret values with confidence using automation in a multi-account environment. From IAM Roles, to bearer tokens and automatically rotated secrets, we will walk through a real life application and show how easy it is to keep your secrets safe.

Speakers:
Rupert Bryant-Greene, Security Engineering, Xero
Maria Sokolova, Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services

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