Learn about major security concepts and services in Amazon Web Services (AWS) in non-engineer-friendly fashion.
- [Hiro] You've likely heard what cloud computing is and what Amazon Web Services is. Hopefully you're excited to learn about ways you can utilize AWS for your personal or work life. But wait, there's that huge issue of security. Is it really safe to just upload all your sensitive information onto the cloud? Well, join me in on my LinkedIn learning course and let's learn about all the different ways AWS deals with the security of your data and infrastructure. I'm Hiro Nishimura, a systems administrator in New York City. I'm here to explain that just because you've uploaded your data onto the cloud doesn't mean you have to lose sleep worrying about your data security and while you're at it, you'll gain valuable knowledge that will help you begin studying for the AWS certified cloud practitioner exam.
Note: This course also maps to the Security module of the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner exam. Taking all four courses in the Introduction to AWS for Non-Engineers series will help you prepare for the exam.