Security in AWS
Security is the most prior thing in AWS. One of the advantages of using AWS is that you can fulfill the requirements of the most security-sensitive organizations with the help of its data centers and the network architecture.
If your desire is to maintain secure environments, then you can go to AWS cloud; besides, it also permits you to scale and innovate. You can opt for client-specific services as well that will, in turn, lower the cost.
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Now, what is so special in AWS security aspects? Well, it includes some of the best practices that make it stand out from the rest from the security perspective. The best practices are mentioned below:
- AWS Shared Responsibility Model: Security in on-premise infrastructure is quite different from that in the cloud. AWS cloud security depends upon two parties, i.e., the company and the cloud service provider. While the cloud is responsible for securing information, the company will be accountable for deciding on which data to be shifted to the cloud. This sense of cooperation is called the Shared Responsibility Model. This improves the safety of the data.
- AWS Global Infrastructure Security: AWS Global Infrastructure Security allows a company to use a variety of resources for its operations. These resources consist of facilities, hardware, network, software, etc. for which provisioning is required.
- AWS Account Security Features: AWS is equipped with numerous measures such as access control, creation of AWS IAM user accounts, data encryption, and the trusted advisor security checks to secure information from any attack.
- AWS Service-specific Security: Security measures exist at each level of software and for each application. Hence, every application can implement advanced security in order to secure data.
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