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In this intermediate AWS skills training, Bart Castle covers the IT governance, risk management, and compliance objectives in the SCS-C01 exam, which is the one required exam to earn the AWS Certified Security – Specialty certification.
Compliance isn’t the most glamorous part of a cloud administrator's job. It’s detail-oriented, painstaking work, and absolutely essential to the well-being and security of your organization. Luckily, AWS actually makes it pretty easy to conduct compliance audits and assessments for AWS-based workloads — if you know how.
Once you're done with this AWS training, you'll know how to do this important work and know you’re on the right side of ethical and legal standards.
For anyone with network engineers on their team, this AWS training can be used for AWS Security exam prep, on-boarding new network engineers, or making a team training plan.
AWS Compliance and Governance: What You Need to Know
This AWS Certified Security - Specialty training maps to the SCS-C01 IT governance, risk management, and compliance exam objectives and covers topics such as:
- Staying compliant with AWS tools that keep data safe while saving money
- Understanding shared responsibilities in data compliance
- Managing deployments using EC2, CloudFormation, and Elastic Beanstalk
- Managing cost control options
- Configuring billing, budget, and constraints with AWS tools
- Analyzing data about compliance, and reporting
Who Should Take AWS Compliance and Governance Training?
This AWS Compliance and Governance training is considered engineer-level AWS training, which means it was designed for network engineers. This IT governance, risk management, and compliance skill course is designed for network engineers with three to five years of experience with AWS security.
New or aspiring cloud administrators. For network engineers who are relatively new to the field, getting training in compliance, governance, and oversight is a strong start to a specialized career. Any company that deals with data must be confident in their systems’ and networks’ compliance. Getting training to understand AWS’ tools and resources demonstrates commitment and can offer avenues for rapid advancement.
Experienced network engineers. If you’ve been working in the field as a network engineer for several years but without formal training in compliance, you may be familiar with the many tools and resources AWS provides on an ad hoc basis. This AWS Compliance and Governance training will give you the whole picture about governance, risk, and compliance as well as preparing you to eventually earn your AWS Certified Security - Specialty certification.