How to design a least privilege architecture in AWS
Dave Shackleford , SANS analyst | Sagar Khasnis, Partner Solutions Architect at AWS
About this talk
Implementing a least privilege architecture can reduce risk and minimize disruptions by allowing only the minimum required authority to perform a duty or task. Adding network micro-segmentation also restricts east-west movement to reduce the number of vulnerable pathways to applications. When combined, these methods create a granular security environment that provides strong attack resistance.
In this webinar, SANS and AWS Marketplace will present examples of how to set up a least privilege stack, covering such key issues as where to start and what to prioritize. Additionally, they will present real-world use cases of least privilege stacks and effective micro-segmentation methods that have been deployed in Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Join this webinar to learn how to:
- Leverage the three pillars of least privilege as a control stack to ensure security in their AWS environment
- Map user and service relationships to use identity and access management (IAM) as an isolation and segmentation technique
- Apply micro-segmentation to set up multiple security zones and implement robust security controls
- Enhance security posture by locking down the control plane, delivering continuous monitoring, and ensuring platform as a service (PaaS) and container workload protection and monitoring
Who Should Attend?
Security practitioners (Security Analysts, Security Architects, Senior Security Engineers, etc.), Cloud Security Architects, and the office of the CISO.
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