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How to transform your cloud data into valuable insights

Data engineers and data scientists commonly rely on the BI and analytics tools of operations teams to make sense of large sets of information. Now, more than ever, transforming and extracting the data from your cloud data warehouse requires a cooperative effort to quickly and easily glean unique insights for your organization. Watch this webinar for an in-depth discussion on how to transition data models from legacy monolith to microservices. Learn how solutions in AWS Marketplace can help you achieve desired outcomes using data transformation, modern DevOps practices, and value stream management.

View this webinar to learn how to:

- Shift from a data center focus to a cloud mindset with AWS best practices and design principles
- Develop a continuous improvement model and eliminate waste in your value stream
- Generate test data from a selection of third-party data sets available on AWS Data Exchange
- Leverage partner solutions in AWS Marketplace such as Matillion ETL for Snowflake to transform your data

Who Should Attend?

IT Operations leaders and professionals, DevOps, data engineers, data scientists, and cloud application architects and engineers

Speakers
Sanjeev Sharma, Ambassador, DevOps Institute

Sanjeev Sharma is an internationally known DevOps and Cloud Transformation, and Data Modernization thought leader, technology executive, and author.

Chris Chapman, Partner Solutions Architect at AWS

Chris Chapman is a Partner Solutions Architect at AWS, covering AWS Marketplace, Service Catalog, and Control Tower.
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  • How to protect all services and surfaces in the AWS Cloud Aug 13 2020 12:00 pm UTC 61 mins
    Dave Shackelford, SANS Analyst | Chris Chapman, Partner Solutions Architect, AWS
    As the types of cloud services available grow, and organizations deploy larger environments that employ numerous interconnected services, the need for protection that encompasses a wide variety of elements increases. To keep up with this growth, security teams need to learn and use more advanced controls and develop more dynamic and continuous processes for evaluating security conditions in their environments.

    In this webinar, instructors from SANS and AWS Marketplace explore best practices and provide practical guidance on implementing a multi-layer defense strategy for security in the cloud. They will also present real-world use cases and examples of tools you can leverage to protect your investments.

    Attendees will learn how to:

    - Incorporate cloud-native workload management and monitoring in your security strategy
    - Use template-based tools for configuration management and control
    - Perform advanced image scanning and runtime security platforms for containers
    - Embed runtime monitoring tools for serverless functions
    - Leverage AWS services and seller solutions in AWS Marketplace for analyzing and remediating control plane security configurations

    Who Should Attend?

    Security practitioners (Security Analysts, Security Architects, Senior Security Engineers, etc.), Cloud Security Architects, and the office of the CISO
  • Optimize your Software IT Spend with AWS Recorded: Aug 5 2020 26 mins
    Mor Hezi, Head of Business Development AWS Marketplace EMEA | Jamie Dewar, Head of EMEA Channel AWS Marketplace
    Did you know that as an Amazon Web Services (AWS) customer, you have access to AWS Marketplace, a digital catalog of third-party software? AWS Marketplace offers you a wide selection of software (free and paid) while providing features that enhance cost transparency and control budgets.

    This webinar will explore AWS Marketplace pricing features that enable you to quickly buy and deploy the software you need while negotiating your third-party software licensing spend.

    Attendees of this webinar will learn how to:
    • Optimize free trials and free products through AWS Marketplace, including subscriptions and Free Tier Amazon EC2 credits
    • Engage with software financing through local AWS Consulting Partners
    • Customize pricing and terms for third-party solutions in AWS Marketplace with Private Offers
    • Leverage other AWS Marketplace features to manage your IT spend in ways that benefit your organization


    Registrants of this webinar will also receive a complimentary whitepaper discussing cost optimization in AWS.
  • How to deploy and manage cloud-first applications and APIs in AWS Recorded: Jul 28 2020 52 mins
    Bob Laliberte, Practice Director and Senior Analyst, ESG | Chris Chapman, Partner Solutions Architect, AWS
    Customers, employees, and partners rely on your applications and data for real-time updates, new business insights and competitive advantage, but push the limits of on-premise environments. You can accelerate workload migration using a hybrid architecture with AWS. AWS partner solutions can help you secure application traffic, manage application performance, and maintain application visibility. In this training-based webinar, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) will deliver practical guidance to help you seamlessly deploy and manage your applications and APIs.

    On-Demand attendees will learn how to:

    - Identify common application performance issues such as availability, reliability, and security
    - Utilize modern, cloud-first Application Delivery and Security Services, AWS best practices and design principles
    - Choose the most suitable tools for fast, secure, and reliable application delivery
    - Leverage partner solutions in AWS Marketplace such as NGINX to simplify application deployment while delivering performance, reliability, security and scale

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    IT Operations leaders and professionals, DevOps, cloud developers, solutions architects, security and compliance engineers.

    Speakers
    Bob Laliberte, Practice Director and Senior Analyst, ESG

    Bob focuses on existing and emerging network and management technologies, software, and services utilized by enterprises and service providers.

    Chris Chapman, Partner Solutions Architect, AWS

    Chris Chapman is a Partner Solutions Architect at AWS, covering AWS Marketplace, Service Catalog, and Control Tower.
  • How to transform your cloud data into valuable insights Recorded: Jul 23 2020 50 mins
    Sanjeev Sharma, Ambassador, DevOps Institute | Chris Chapman, Partner Solutions Architect at AWS
    Data engineers and data scientists commonly rely on the BI and analytics tools of operations teams to make sense of large sets of information. Now, more than ever, transforming and extracting the data from your cloud data warehouse requires a cooperative effort to quickly and easily glean unique insights for your organization. Watch this webinar for an in-depth discussion on how to transition data models from legacy monolith to microservices. Learn how solutions in AWS Marketplace can help you achieve desired outcomes using data transformation, modern DevOps practices, and value stream management.

    View this webinar to learn how to:

    - Shift from a data center focus to a cloud mindset with AWS best practices and design principles
    - Develop a continuous improvement model and eliminate waste in your value stream
    - Generate test data from a selection of third-party data sets available on AWS Data Exchange
    - Leverage partner solutions in AWS Marketplace such as Matillion ETL for Snowflake to transform your data

    Who Should Attend?

    IT Operations leaders and professionals, DevOps, data engineers, data scientists, and cloud application architects and engineers

    Speakers
    Sanjeev Sharma, Ambassador, DevOps Institute

    Sanjeev Sharma is an internationally known DevOps and Cloud Transformation, and Data Modernization thought leader, technology executive, and author.

    Chris Chapman, Partner Solutions Architect at AWS

    Chris Chapman is a Partner Solutions Architect at AWS, covering AWS Marketplace, Service Catalog, and Control Tower.
  • How to migrate your Microsoft workloads to AWS Recorded: Jul 21 2020 48 mins
    Mike Pfeiffer, Ambassador, DevOps Institute | Kishore Vinjam, Partner Solutions Architect, AWS
    Migrating Microsoft workloads to the cloud is rarely a simple lift-and-shift and can result in unnecessary effort and cost. Companies must plan for common cloud transition challenges to maintain functionality, consistency, and security before making the decision to migrate. Watch this webinar for expert advice and best practices on how to make this transition seamless. Learn how solutions in AWS Marketplace can help you navigate common migration and deployment pain points while leveraging automation in your implementation.

    Watch this webinar to learn how to:

    - Develop an automated, cloud-first Windows application deployment on AWS
    - Migrate complex Microsoft workloads while tracking your cloud storage resource spend with central management
    - Deploy a complete, production-ready Windows implementation on AWS within days
    - Leverage partner solutions in AWS Marketplace such as NetApp Cloud Volumes ONTAP to streamline on-premises migration and deployment


    Who Should Attend?

    IT Operations leaders and professionals, DevOps, cloud architects and engineers, infrastructure architects and SREs

    Speakers
    Mike Pfeiffer, Ambassador, DevOps Institute

    Mike has worked for some of the largest technology companies in the world including Microsoft and Amazon Web Services (AWS) and is the founder and chief technologist at CloudSkills.io, a cloud consulting and training firm.

    Kishore Vinjam, Partner Solutions Architect, AWS

    An experienced Silicon Valley technology enthusiast, Kishore Vinjam is a Partner Solution Architect at AWS, covering AWS Marketplace, AWS Service Catalog, and AWS Control Tower.
  • How to simplify your software delivery toolchain on AWS Recorded: Jul 15 2020 55 mins
    Marc Hornbeek, Ambassador, DevOps Institute | Kenneth Walsh, Senior Solutions Architect, AWS
    As more and more organizations embrace a DevOps approach to software development, engineers are expected to design, build, and patch products faster than ever. This means that the software delivery toolchain is also becoming much more complex. To keep ahead of the market and thrive, not just survive, organizations must migrate away from a CI/CD-only mindset to a maturity model that includes continuous flow, feedback, and improvement.

    View this webinar with AWS and DevOps Institute to discover how to simplify your delivery toolchain and create more meaningful next-level software experiences for your customers. We’ll first explore how to move beyond the stage of low repeatability and reliability, where “chaos reigns” into a stage that is fast, secure, and adopts continuous testing and deployment. We will then discuss how software solutions in AWS Marketplace provide a complete DevOps strategy for bringing cloud-native applications to market faster and more reliably.


    Watch now to learn how to:

    - Evaluate your organization’s software pipeline maturity level
    - Embrace a continuous improvement mindset that simplifies your DevOps delivery toolchain
    - Experiment with new CI/CD tools, integrations, and workflows while managing risk
    - Explore the benefits of adopting software solutions in AWS Marketplace such as GitLab as your go-to platform for DevOps.

    Who Should Attend?
    Chief Technology Officers (CTOs), DevOps leaders, cloud developers, cloud architects, and site reliability engineers

    Speakers
    Marc Hornbeek, Ambassador, DevOps Institute

    Marc Hornbeek is CEO and Principal Consultant at Engineering DevOps Consulting, author of the book ”Engineering DevOps,” and an analyst for the Accelerated Strategy Group.
    Kenneth Walsh, Senior Solutions Architect, AWS

    Kenneth Walsh is a New York-based Solutions Architect focusing on AWS Marketplace.
  • How to expedite design and development of serverless applications on AWS Recorded: Jul 9 2020 51 mins
    Mike Pfeiffer, Ambassador, DevOps Institute | Kanchan Waikar, Solutions Architect, AWS
    Serverless has become one of the hottest topics in the cloud computing world. The ability to reduce your infrastructure management burden and focus instead on application code and products and services offers many obvious advantages. At the same time, adopting serverless can raise several challenges such as how to manage loss of control, security concerns, and increased architecture complexity.

    Watch this webinar to learn how to accelerate your cloud architecture migration to a secure serverless environment. First, we’ll explore the key benefits that serverless applications bring such as no server management, flexible scaling, and high availability. We then discover how to use AWS and its serverless platform to cost-effectively build and deploy applications.


    On-Demand attendees will learn how to:

    - Better understand when to use serverless development
    - Anticipate the pitfalls and challenges you might face during serverless application development
    - Start building your serverless solution on AWS
    - Use helpful solutions in AWS Marketplace like Stackery to expedite serverless development

    Who Should Attend?
    Chief Technology Officers (CTOs), DevOps and IT ops leaders, cloud developers, cloud architects, and site reliability engineers

    Speakers
    Mike Pfeiffer, Ambassador, DevOps Institute
    Mike Pfeiffer has worked for some of the largest technology companies in the world including Microsoft and Amazon Web Services (AWS) and is the founder and chief technologist at CloudSkills.io, a cloud consulting and training firm.

    Kanchan Waikar, Solutions Architect, AWS
    Kanchan Waikar is a Solutions Architect for AWS Marketplace and AWS Service Catalog with over 13 years of experience building, architecting, and managing NLP and software development projects.
  • How to evolve your pipeline for modern architecture Recorded: Jul 7 2020 39 mins
    Tracy Ragan, Ambassador, DevOps Institute | Kanchan Waikar, Solutions Architect, AWS
    The transition from monolithic applications to microservices, containers, and Kubernetes has been a tremendous boon to most DevOps and IT operations professionals. While worries about Continuous Integration (CI) have waned, it would be unfortunate to forget the importance of Continuous Deployment (CD). One segment where this is significant is binary repositories. With the massive shift of pipelines toward modern architectures, binary repositories are uniquely relevant and evolving rapidly.

    Watch this webinar to discover how to proactively automate your pipeline from build to deploy.

    Watch this webinar to learn how to:

    - Understand the importance of binary repository managers in DevOps
    - Evolve your microservices pipelines per DevOps Institute and AWS best practices
    - Securely automate the path of binaries throughout the software development lifecycle for a full DevSecOps pipeline
    - Explore helpful solutions in AWS Marketplace such as JFrog Artifactory and JFrog Xray


    Who Should Attend?
    DevOps leaders and professionals, developers, automation architects, release managers and site reliability engineers

    Speakers
    Tracy Ragan, Ambassador, DevOps Institute

    Tracy is the CEO and Co-Founder of DeployHub and also currently serves as a board member of the Continuous Delivery Foundation (Linux Foundation) where she is the General Member Representative.

    Kanchan Waikar, Solutions Architect, AWS
    Kanchan Waikar is a Solutions Architect for AWS Marketplace and AWS Service Catalog with over 13 years of experience building, architecting, and managing NLP and software development projects.
  • How to scale Kubernetes in AWS Recorded: Jun 25 2020 59 mins
    Tracy Ragan, Ambassador, DevOps Institute | Chris Chapman, Partner Solutions Architect, AWS | Stijn Polfliet, New Relic
    Kubernetes allows development teams to move their application workloads without having to redesign their applications or completely rethink their infrastructure thus providing flexibility and the ability to standardize on a platform. However, as you start to operate your Kubernetes environments at scale, it becomes more complex and requires special focus on monitoring for performance and health.

    Join this webinar to discover how to proactively approach the health and performance monitoring of your Kubernetes environments—at any scale and at any level of complexity. You will also discover tools you can use to get useful answers to fundamental questions, such as “What is the health of my cluster?” and “What is the hierarchy of the elements within my cluster?”

    Attendees will learn how to:

    - Obtain infrastructure and application-centric views into your clusters to understand overall K8 health and capacity
    - Improve troubleshooting and issue resolution by monitoring dynamic behavior in your clusters (i.e. new deployments, autoscaling, health checks)
    - Create an Amazon EKS Cluster and Nodes with Kubernetes integration
    - Perform end-to-end distributed tracing of running microservices

    Who Should Attend?

    IT Operations leaders and professionals, DevOps, cloud developers, cloud architects, site reliability engineers
  • How to design a least privilege architecture in AWS Recorded: Jun 23 2020 61 mins
    Dave Shackleford , SANS analyst | Sagar Khasnis, Partner Solutions Architect at AWS
    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.
  • How to Build a Threat Hunting Capability in AWS Recorded: Jun 15 2020 53 mins
    Shaun McCullough, SEC545 Cloud Security Architecture | David Aiken, Solutions Architect Manager, AWS Marketplace
    Do you know how to build an effective threat hunting program in your AWS environment? In this webinar, you will learn how threat hunting differs from alerts and SOC monitoring, and what threats to look for. You will also discover real-life examples that demonstrate how threat hunters can apply cloud infrastructure best practices to reduce the noise in often chaotic environments, making it easier to detect potential events. Leveraging detailed use cases, this webinar can help you develop an effective threat hunting program.

    Attendees will learn to:

    - Use the threat hunting loop to identify what to look for, which tools you need to analyze available data, and ways to tease out patterns that indicate potential events
    - Strike the right balance of how much data to capture, identify gaps in information, and determine how best to collect that information
    - Analyze logs efficiently and effectively using Amazon CloudWatch, AWS CloudTrail, and Amazon GuardDuty
    - Automate the process of evaluating and enriching complex data sets by utilizing SIEM and SOAR solutions to detect possible threats

    Speaker Bios

    Shaun McCullough is a community instructor for the SEC545 Cloud Security Architecture and Operations class and gives back to his profession by mentoring and supporting the next generation of cyber professionals. With 25 years of experience as a software engineer, he has been focusing on information security for the past 15 years. Shaun is a consultant with H&A Security Solutions, focusing on secure cloud operations, building DevSecOps pipelines and automating security controls in the cloud.

    David Aiken is a Solutions Architect Manager at AWS Marketplace and is an AWS Certified Solutions Architect. He leads a team of specialist SA’s that help customers implement security and governance best practices. His skills include cloud computing, enterprise architecture, agile methodologies, web services, and software design and development.
  • How to Implement a Software-Defined Network Security Fabric in AWS Recorded: Jun 4 2020 60 mins
    Dave Shakleford, SANS Analyst | Saga Khasnis, Partner Solutions Architect, AWS
    Organizations are rapidly adopting and embracing the concept of the software-defined data center (SDDC). The rapidly maturing public cloud provides a wide assortment of innovative and robust network controls, tools and services that can be readily enabled.

    Watch the webinar to learn more about:
    - Breakding down Software-Defined Network Security
    - Cloud-Native Network and Network Security Controls
    - Cloud Fabric Controls for Network Security Monitoring
    - The Emergence of SASE
    - Leveraging Infrastructure-as-Code for Automation
  • AWS, Softcat and Crowdstrike: Is your Cloud Security Enough? Recorded: May 28 2020 60 mins
    AWS Marketplace - Darren Sharpe, Channel Business | Softcat – Ant Hayes | Crowdstrike - Zeki Turedi
    In turn the requirements for protecting virtual machines (VM), container and serverless workloads in public and private clouds are evolving rapidly, and new approaches are needed to protect these hybrid environments.

    As more enterprises adopt containers and public cloud IaaS, the need to comprehensively secure cloud workloads increase exponentially.

    We’ll share what we’ve learned about securing and scaling a cloud infrastructure that is processing trillions of events per week on AWS and together with Softcat we can help you to understand the risks associated to your organisation and put the neccesary measures in place protect against attacks or breaches.

    Join this webinar to learn:
    - How best to address challenges including security and visibility related to hyper-dynamic cloud environments
    - Gain an understanding of the best practices and key elements of CrowdStrike’s approach to securing our own cloud infrastructure
    - Learn about the new capabilities being added to the Falcon platform to protect containers on AWS and how Falcon for AWS brings unrivalled breach protection for AWS workloads
    - Discuss how easy it is to procure Crowdstrike Falcon via AWS Marketplace with Softcat private offers, providing unrivalled agility and speed to market
    - Learn how Softcat’s AWS Architect teams can support customers with building and scaling workloads in AWS
    - Understand how the Softcat Security services portfolio compliments Crowdstrike Falcon protection of AWS workloads

    This webinar is suitable for:
    - CIO, CISO/CSO
    - Head of Cybersecurity and Information Security
    - IT Technical Managers
    - Security Architect

    Speakers:
    AWS Marketplace - Darren Sharpe – Senior Channel business manager
    Softcat – Ant Hayes – AWS Solutions Architect
    Crowdstrike - Zeki Turedi – Technology Strategist, EMEA
  • How to design a least privilege architecture in AWS Recorded: Apr 30 2020 61 mins
    Dave Shackleford , SANS analyst | Sagar Khasnis, Partner Solutions Architect at AWS
    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.
  • How to prioritize security controls for situational awareness in AWS Recorded: Apr 23 2020 55 mins
    Sounil Yu, Creator of the Cyber Defense Matrix | Josh Thurston, Sr. Category Lead, Security at AWS
    Defenders need meaningful situational awareness to safeguard their sensitive data and sustain key operations. By establishing visibility and accountability in Amazon Web Services (AWS), organizations gain situational awareness to detect and discern unusual events in their environment. These insights gains help security operations and defenders make informed decisions on how to respond to and recover from security events.

    Attend this webinar to learn how you can systematically and methodically improve your situational awareness. Discover ways to then act upon those insights by leveraging technologies to support threat intelligence, log collection and analysis, incident response, and security orchestration.

    Join this webinar to learn how to:

    - Uncover opportunities to increase visibility into your AWS environment and the strength of your foundational controls
    - Leverage AWS Marketplace technologies and native AWS capabilities to detect, respond, and recover from unexpected events
    - Discover other layered controls to further enhance your situational awareness and security posture in AWS

    Who Should Attend?

    Security practitioners (Security Analysts, Security Architects, Senior Security Engineers, etc.), Cloud Security Architects, and the office of the CISO.

    Speakers

    - Sounil Yu, Creator of the Cyber Defense Matrix
    - Josh Thurston, Sr. Category Lead, Security at AWS
    - Sagar Khasnis, Partner Solutions Architect at AWS
  • How to scale Kubernetes in AWS Recorded: Apr 2 2020 59 mins
    Tracy Ragan, Ambassador, DevOps Institute | Chris Chapman, Partner Solutions Architect, AWS | Stijn Polfliet, New Relic
    Kubernetes allows development teams to move their application workloads without having to redesign their applications or completely rethink their infrastructure thus providing flexibility and the ability to standardize on a platform. However, as you start to operate your Kubernetes environments at scale, it becomes more complex and requires special focus on monitoring for performance and health.

    Join this webinar to discover how to proactively approach the health and performance monitoring of your Kubernetes environments—at any scale and at any level of complexity. You will also discover tools you can use to get useful answers to fundamental questions, such as “What is the health of my cluster?” and “What is the hierarchy of the elements within my cluster?”

    Attendees will learn how to:

    - Obtain infrastructure and application-centric views into your clusters to understand overall K8 health and capacity
    - Improve troubleshooting and issue resolution by monitoring dynamic behavior in your clusters (i.e. new deployments, autoscaling, health checks)
    - Create an Amazon EKS Cluster and Nodes with Kubernetes integration
    - Perform end-to-end distributed tracing of running microservices

    Who Should Attend?

    IT Operations leaders and professionals, DevOps, cloud developers, cloud architects, site reliability engineers
  • How to Build a Threat Hunting Capability in AWS Recorded: Mar 12 2020 53 mins
    Shaun McCullough, SEC545 Cloud Security Architecture | David Aiken, Solutions Architect Manager, AWS Marketplace
    Do you know how to build an effective threat hunting program in your AWS environment? In this webinar, you will learn how threat hunting differs from alerts and SOC monitoring, and what threats to look for. You will also discover real-life examples that demonstrate how threat hunters can apply cloud infrastructure best practices to reduce the noise in often chaotic environments, making it easier to detect potential events. Leveraging detailed use cases, this webinar can help you develop an effective threat hunting program.

    Attendees will learn to:

    - Use the threat hunting loop to identify what to look for, which tools you need to analyze available data, and ways to tease out patterns that indicate potential events
    - Strike the right balance of how much data to capture, identify gaps in information, and determine how best to collect that information
    - Analyze logs efficiently and effectively using Amazon CloudWatch, AWS CloudTrail, and Amazon GuardDuty
    - Automate the process of evaluating and enriching complex data sets by utilizing SIEM and SOAR solutions to detect possible threats

    Speaker Bios

    Shaun McCullough is a community instructor for the SEC545 Cloud Security Architecture and Operations class and gives back to his profession by mentoring and supporting the next generation of cyber professionals. With 25 years of experience as a software engineer, he has been focusing on information security for the past 15 years. Shaun is a consultant with H&A Security Solutions, focusing on secure cloud operations, building DevSecOps pipelines and automating security controls in the cloud.

    David Aiken is a Solutions Architect Manager at AWS Marketplace and is an AWS Certified Solutions Architect. He leads a team of specialist SA’s that help customers implement security and governance best practices. His skills include cloud computing, enterprise architecture, agile methodologies, web services, and software design and development.
  • How to leverage endpoint detection and response (EDR) in AWS investigations Recorded: Mar 10 2020 61 mins
    Justin Henderson, SANS Analyst | Saager Khasnis, Partner Solutions Architect at AWS
    Adding EDR capabilities into your AWS (Amazon Web Services) environment can inform investigations and provide actionable details for remediation. Attend this webinar to discover how to unpack and leverage the telemetry provided by endpoint security solutions using MITRE Cloud examples, such as Exploit Public-Facing Application (T1190) and Data Transfer to Cloud Account (T1537) by examining process trees. You will also find out how these solutions can help identify who has vulnerable software or configurations on their systems by leveraging indicators of compromise (IOC) to pinpoint the depth and breadth of malware (MD5).

    View this on-demand webinar to learn how to:

    - Utilize endpoint security visibility to enrich your investigations in AWS
    - Use EDR to add thousands of host-based observables for threat hunting
    - Auto-scale threat detection across all your cloud endpoints
    - Integrate a cloud access security broker (CASB) to extend protection to cloud apps


    Who Should Attend?

    Security practitioners (Security Analysts, Security Architects, Senior Security Engineers, etc.), Cloud Security Architects, and the office of the CISO.
  • JumpStart Guide for Endpoint Security in AWS Recorded: Mar 3 2020 56 mins
    David Hazar SANS analyst, SANS Institute | David Aiken, Solutions Architect Manager AWS Marketplace
    When migrating endpoint security controls to protect their cloud workloads, organizations must first consider their own security, operational and business needs. Next, they should assess their requirements against the solutions already in use in-house against the in-cloud security solutions they’re considering. Ultimately, these requirements should help organizations come to a decision on whether to migrate their existing security to the cloud, or use cloud-provided tools to protect their cloud endpoints.

    SANS instructor David Hazar, AWS Solutions Architect Manager David Aiken, and Optiv Cloud Security Practice Leader Joe Vadakkan will release guidelines for determining your cloud endpoint security controls and selecting solutions through the AWS Marketplace.

    Attendees will learn:

    - How cloud design affects endpoint security
    - Needs and capabilities associated with endpoint security platforms in the cloud (such as automation, behavioral detection and blocking, and threat hunting capabilities)
    - Specific focus on cloud-based endpoint detection and response (EDR)
    - Solution guidance and evaluation considerations for endpoint security platforms, including real-world success observations
    - Key questions for potential vendors to determine which endpoint security platform(s) are best-suited for integration and implementation in your AWS environment

    Join this webinar and gain practical knowledge on how to evaluate and select an effective endpoint security platform for the cloud. Don’t miss this opportunity to improve your endpoint security strategy with industry-leading guidance from SANS, Optiv and AWS Marketplace.
  • How to Perform a Security Investigation in AWS Recorded: Feb 27 2020 53 mins
    Kyle Dickinson, SANS Institue | David Aiken, AWS Marketplace Solutions Architect
    Do you have a plan in place describing how to conduct an effective investigation in AWS? What security controls, techniques, and data sources can you leverage when investigating and containing an incident in the cloud? Learn how to leverage different technologies to determine the source and timeline of the event, and the systems targeted to define a reliable starting point from which to begin your investigations.

    In this recorded webcast, SANS instructor and cloud security expert Kyle Dickinson explains how to conduct an investigation in AWS from preparation through completion.

    Attendees at this webcast will learn about:
    - Prerequisites for performing an effective investigation
    - Services that enable an investigation
    - How to plan an investigation
    - Steps to completing an investigation in AWS

    Register for this webcast to be among the first to receive the associated whitepaper written by incident response and forensics expert Kyle Dickinson.

    Speaker Bios

    Kyle Dickinson teaches SANS SEC545: Cloud Security Architecture and Operations and has contributed to the creation of other SANS courses. He is a cloud security architect for one of the largest privately held companies in the United States. As a strategic consultant in his organization, Kyle partners with businesses in various industries to better understand security and risks associated with cloud services. He has held many roles in IT, ranging from systems administration to network engineering and from endpoint architecture to incident response and forensic analysis.

    David Aiken is a Solutions Architect Manager at AWS Marketplace and is an AWS Certified Solutions Architect. He leads a team of specialist SA’s that help customers implement security and governance best practices. His skills include cloud computing, enterprise architecture, agile methodologies, web services, and software design and development.
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