In this video, explore the data encryption options for S3, EBS, EFX, FSx, and RDS. Take a look at how you can plan encryption options based on your desired compliance level.
- [Narrator] When you're storing data at Amazon, … you'll probably want to know about the encryption options … for the available storage services. … The storage options that are available at AWS presently … are for shared storage, block storage, and object storage. … For shared storage we have EFS or FSx. … EFS, the Elastic File System, gives scalable, shared storage … in mount points attached to Linux servers. … Fsx is for Windows servers, for Windows shares. … For block storage options we can have localized storage … on the EC2 instance, or we can have EBS volumes, … virtual hard drives attached to the instances. … For object storage we have S3 buckets or S3 Glacier. … All of these options offer encryption. … Only S3 Glacier encrypts automatically. … For data encryption at AWS … you can either choose data encryption at rest or in transit. … For at rest, we can use the engine of AWS … to perform Server-Side Encryption, SSE, … or, we can choose as a customer to encrypt first … using Client-Side Encryption, CSE, …
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Infrastructure Security
2. Data Protection
3. Detective Controls
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