How to Increase Security in Amazon Web Services Environments
As you may know, enterprise IT organizations are increasingly extending their data centers to a hybrid cloud environment. Are you planning to take advantage of all the benefits offered by the cloud, but still want to maintain the same level of privileged access security you currently have on-premises?
Organizations like yours who are adopting IaaS need to consider securing both their access to the IaaS management services, servers and hosted applications. Leveraging built-in IaaS security is a great start, but not a complete solution according to the AWS’ Shared Responsibility Model. AWS provides an excellent layer of foundational security for services, but their shared responsibility model is clear — “businesses are still responsible for the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of their data in the cloud.”
In this webinar series, Centrify experts will discuss AWS’ shared responsibility model — “businesses are still responsible for the confidentiality, integrity and availability of their data in the cloud” — and offer guidance on how to ensure security and integrity consistency across your hybrid IT landscape.
|Webinar #1: Increasing Security for Your AWS Service Management||Watch Now|
|Webinar #2: Privileged Access Security for EC2 Instances||Watch Now|
|Webinar #3: Securing Access for Enterprise-Hosted Applications||Watch Now|
|Webinar #4: Auditing EC2 Instances and On-premises||Watch Now|
|Webinar #5: Extending Active Directory to Hybrid Cloud||Watch Now|