Explore the data encryption options for S3 in this video.
- [Instructor] Just like in the real world,…the best measure you can take…against theft is to have several layers of protection.…If an intruder gains access to your files…in an S3 bucket and you have encryption enabled,…they won't be able to do anything with your data…without access to the encryption key.…Let's enable this additional layer…of protection in our bucket.…Click on Permissions,…go to Bucket Policy again…and I'm going to remove this Public Policy.…
We'll go back to Properties,…Static Web Hosting, and Disable.…We'll click Save.…Now we'll go to Default Encryption.…We're going to choose AES-256.…Just server side encryption with Amazon S3 Managed Keys.…This means you don't have to do anything,…the S3 service will manage your encryption keys.…We'll choose that…and click Save.…
That's all you need to do to enable encryption with S3…inside your bucket.…By the way, this does not encrypt…our already existing files.…Keep that in mind.…You can always choose to encrypt the files yourself…but as you can see in the diagram,…
- 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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