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S3 access control lists: Amazon Web Services: Enterprise Security
S3 access control lists: Amazon Web Services: Enterprise Security

Learn how to manage access to individual Simple Storage Service (S3) objects through the use of S3 Access Control Lists (ACLs). ACLs apply to an individual object, and are a legacy security control that pre-dates the existence of Identity and Access Management (IAM). Using the Web Console, you will understand where to configure the ACL for a given bucket, and gain an appreciation of why you need to be careful with them.

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Skill Level Intermediate
2h 7m
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Security Cloud Computing IT Amazon Web Services

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