Effective S3 bucket management is a crucial component of successful public cloud security best practices. However, it’s also one of the most misunderstood and overlooked areas of security as well. Not a week goes by that we don’t see another critical data breach and violation of trust as a result of entirely avoidable misconfigurations. That’s where we come in
This Tuesday, September 26, at 10 am PDT, Dome9 will be hosting a technical development webinar for public cloud security professionals. The subject will be “Effective S3 Bucket Management to Prevent and Mitigate Data Exposure.”
The webinar will be presented by Dome9’s own Patrick Pushor. Patrick is Dome9’s Director of Customer Advocacy and regularly speaks on this and other public cloud topics at major trade shows like AWS Summits and the annual re:Invent convention. His lecture on this subject at AWS Summit New York was the best attended presentation across the entire weekend.
The webinar is completely free and will go a long way towards helping you get your AWS ecosystem locked down the way it should be.
When: Tues. Sept. 26th – 10 am PDT
Topic: Effective S3 Bucket Management to Prevent and Mitigate Data Exposure
Summary: S3 has been a staple in AWS environments from the early days of the cloud and is widely used today.
However as recently seen in the news, from Scottrade, Verizon, and the Wall Street Journal, to WWE fans, and US Voters, millions of personal records have been made available to anyone who wants them due to exposed S3 buckets. Securing data in the cloud to prevent accidental exposure can be challenging, and is often inadequately implemented, even by technically savvy engineers and security operators.
In this 45 minute webinar, Dome9 will provide an overview of security configurations and controls that govern exposure of private data in AWS environments. We will share best practices to harden the security of S3 buckets with intelligent configuration management and encryption to minimize the risk of data exposure to the rest of the world.
Get yourself registered and don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any other questions. See you there!