Encryption key management options at AWS allow you to use public-private keys and symmetric keys. In this video, take a look at the options that are available and learn how they work.
- [Instructor] The odds are if you store data at AWS … you're going to want to encrypt that data, which means … you're probably going to use the Key Management Service. … KMS allows you to manage the encryption process. … KMS is integrated with a lot of storage services at AWS … and this allows you to manage and easily encrypt … your data records that are stored at AWS. … KMS uses customer master keys. … Each customer has a customer master key and this allows you … to encrypt and decrypt the data keys that are used … by each customer to encrypt and decrypt your data records. … Unique data keys are used for each … encryption decryption request. … The keys that are being used are going to be stored … with very, very large durability. … The level of durability is defined as 11 nines. … What this means is that let's say you had 100 keys stored. … You would lose one of those keys every 10 million years. … 11 nines durability is indicating that the storage … is actually in S3 buckets. … Some of the benefits of using the Key Management Service. …
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Infrastructure Security
2. Data Protection
3. Detective Controls
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