Antivirus For Amazon S3 Workshop: Malware Scanning For Application Workflows

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Ed Casmer, Founder & CTO, Cloud Storage Security // Aron Eidelman, Partner Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services

About this talk

Because of Amazon S3’s flexibility and performance, a growing number of organizations use it as the object store for files uploaded by application users. Since these files may come from external sources and can eventually enter an environment where they become executable, uploading to S3 could become a vector for virus payloads. In this workshop, we dive deep into how to use Antivirus for Amazon S3 by Cloud Storage Security to scan objects in your S3 workflow without impacting application performance and user experience. We will also discuss capabilities for integrating findings of potential threats into your security operations using AWS Security Hub, ticketing and SIEM systems. This is an advanced session for developers, dev team managers, security engineers and solution architects. To get the most out of this session, please ensure you are prepared with an AWS account, Amazon S3 access, and IAM user permissions to deploy a CloudFormation stack. Learn more about Antivirus for Amazon S3 at https://cloudstoragesec.com/aws.

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At Cloud Storage Security, we pride ourselves on helping organizations protect their employees, customers and partners by keeping their data safe and free from malware. We offer two cloud-native security solutions: Antivirus for Amazon S3, which keeps objects free from malware, and SecureCloudDB, which keeps cloud databases free from vulnerabilities. Learn more at www.CloudStorageSec.com. Content on this channel is designed for CISOs, DevOp Engineers, MSPs, Auditors and others who are responsible for data security in the cloud.