In this video, take a look at the methods available for protecting EC2 instances.
- [Instructor] Each VPC has a number of security levels. … At the subnet level we have a network access control list … which determines the traffic that is allowed in … or denied coming in and the traffic that is allowed … or denied from coming out from the subnet. … Closer to the instance we have a security group, … another firewall that protects the instance … by only allowing specific ports … to direct traffic to the instance. … A security group is a virtual firewall … that protects the traffic to an EC2 instance. … A security group is always associated … with a particular network, a VPC. … One handy tool to use to check on … how your security groups have been created … to see if there's any security holes … is to use the Trusted Advisor. … Once you create security groups you probably want to protect … who can create and modify security groups. … You can actually control this level of security … using Identity and Access Management … and define the administrators that are specifically allowed …
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Infrastructure Security
2. Data Protection
3. Detective Controls
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