AWS re:Inforce 2019: A Security-First Approach to Delivering End-User Computing Services (FND327)

AWS re:Inforce 2019: A Security-First Approach to Delivering End-User Computing Services (FND327)

AWS re:Inforce 2019: A Security-First Approach to Delivering End-User Computing Services (FND327)
Enterprise customers in regulated industries often struggle to meet security and data sovereignty requirements for desktop applications and mobile workers. End-user devices present the challenge of risky endpoints, making critical data vulnerable to attack, loss, or theft. With AWS, you can improve security and compliance by centrally managing endpoints within your VPC without the cost and complexity of on-premises solutions. AWS makes data delivered on end-user devices ephemeral so that employees can access internal applications from personal devices without a local trusted network. Learn how AWS improves security and reduces cost by moving data to the cloud while providing secure, fast access to desktop applications and data.

 

 

Presenter(s):
– Ron Bledsoe, Bridgewater

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