Understand how encryption at rest works, and when to leverage it.
- [Instructor] So now that we know what encryption is…let's talk about products that actually do encryption,…and we'll talk about encrypting data at rest.…Amazon S3, Amazon's storage services,…leverages different types of encryption systems…that are integrated directly within Amazon S3.…So they include Bouncy Castle, OpenSSL,…Amazon S3 encryption client, and AWS SDK for Java.…So you can leverage these systems…that are native to AWS,…or leverage third party systems such…as Bouncy Castle, and OpenSSL.…
Amazon Glacier, which is the…backup service that Amazon provides,…leverages a couple of types of encryption…including custom Amazon VPC-EC2 application…integrated with AWS CloudHSM client,…or you could just leverage the fact…that all the data is automatically encrypted…using server side encryption within Glacier.…So this is an idea where Amazon is leveraging encryption…which is basically default to the…particular resources that they put up.…So Amazon Glacier is able to encrypt automatically,…and once you put information in…
- Cloud security on the infrastructure, application, and data levels
- Identity and access management
- Cloud security services: AWS, Microsoft, and third-party solutions
- Cloud encryption
- Cloud compliance services
- Planning cloud security
Skill Level Beginner
Amazon Web Services: Enterprise Securitywith Sharif Nijim2h 7m Intermediate
Microsoft Azure: Security Conceptswith David Elfassy2h 9m Intermediate
1. Cloud Security Basics
2. Cloud Security Services
3. Cloud Compliance Services
4. Planning Cloud Security
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