Discover facts to remember about IAM in this video.
- [Instructor] Some of these key points…may seem like commonsense,…but it's important to emphasize them,…for those of you that will be using…this knowledge right away,…or you intend to take the AWS Developer Associate Exam.…Always use an IAM user to interact with your AWS resources,…even if you're the owner…and you're using your own personal AWS account,…avoid using the root account credentials,…and keep them safe.…Instead, use an MFA enabled IAM user.…All AWS root accounts should also…have multi-factor authentication enabled.…
When managing more than a handful of IAM users,…it is preferable to manage them using groups,…rather than individual users.…AWS access to services is set to Deny for all,…unless otherwise specified in their access policy.…Prefer the use of roles to allow your application…to access resources and services.…This way you can concentrate on maintaining…roles that are very exclusive to the application's need,…instead of having to manage credentials…and rotate the access keys frequently.…Access keys should never hardcoded in your source code,…
- Identity and Access Management security
- S3 security policies, encryption, and version control
- KMS encryption
- User authentication with Cognito
Skill Level Advanced
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1. Identity and Access Management (IAM)
2. Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)
3. Key Management Service (KMS) Encryption
4. User Identities with Cognito and Web
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