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AWS Summit Sydney 2019

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Security Best Practices Workshop - AWS Summit Sydney

June 3, 2019
Security best practices help you secure your workloads in the cloud to meet organisational, legal, and compliance requirements. This fast-paced intermediate level technical workshop will guide you through core security best practices aligned to the AWS Well-Architected Framework. Using your own AWS account you will learn through hands-on labs and a group exercise in securing an Amazon EC2-based web application covering identity & access management, detective controls, infrastructure protection, data protection and incident response. We will end with a chalk talk for open Q&A. There is a focus on automation, and previous experience with AWS CloudFormation is recommended. This workshop requires a laptop and administrative access to your own AWS account.
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