AWS re:Inforce 2019: Mitigate Misconfigurations with AWS Service Catalog and Control Tower (FND311)

AWS re:Inforce 2019: Mitigate Misconfigurations with AWS Service Catalog and Control Tower (FND311)

AWS re:Inforce 2019: Mitigate Misconfigurations with AWS Service Catalog and Control Tower (FND311)
Security is a growing concern. Misconfigurations and inconsistent deployments provide opportunities for attackers to find vulnerabilities. This underscores the need to enforce policies as more and more production workloads move to the cloud. In this session, we focus on how customers are using Service Catalog as a layered defense-in-depth mechanism to mitigate misconfigurations and variability in workload deployments. In addition, we discuss how Control Tower provides guardrails for policy enforcement. These help customers like World Bank enforce security and manage compliance.

Complete Title: AWS re:Inforce 2019: Don’t Be a Haven for Attackers: Mitigate Misconfigurations with AWS Service Catalog and Control Tower (FND311)

Presenter(s):
– Yu Gao, World Bank Group

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