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Don't Fear the Cloud: Secure Solutions at Lower Cost - Matt Newell Converge 2018 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Don't Fear the Cloud: Secure Solutions at Lower Cost
Matt Newell

Most organizations are moving to the cloud, yet few trust it to keep their data secure. What drives these fears? Are they justified? We,ll take a high-level tour through some security features of Amazon Web Services (AWS) to discuss the benefits of cloud hosting and how to get more security value for your cloud dollar. Due to economies of scale, Amazon provides more capability than many organizations can reasonably deploy on-premise. Many AWS security services are provided at no additional cost over the base service costs. A thoughtful application of the tools and principles introduced in this session will give you greater confidence in deploying your solutions and infrastructure to the cloud.

Drawing from best practices, we will walk through some AWS security capabilities, including:
* Shared Security Model
* Public vs Virtual Private
* Encryption Everywhere
* Global Homogeneity
* Managed Services
* Go Serverless!

Matt Newell is a 20 year software engineer and architect. He,s also an AWS Certified Solutions Architect. His consulting practice focuses on helping customers move workloads into the cloud with an emphasis on security and identity management. He loves dogs and dislikes speaking about himself in the third person.

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