AWS Data Security

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Course overview
4 HOURS OF TRAINING
1 SKILL
55 VIDEOS
0 VIRTUAL LABS
0 PRACTICE EXAMS
Bart Castle
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AWS Data Security FAQs: Cost, Training, Value

What will you learn in this AWS data security training?

You'll learn how to keep your data safe and secure in the AWS cloud from this training. This AWS data security course focuses on the most common errors that lead to an insecure data environment. Surprisingly, that's often not elite hackers – it's unencrypted buckets or mistakes in configurations.

Who should take this AWS data security course?

This course on AWS data security is great for any cybersecurity professionals who work with an AWS cloud. Cloud engineers and cloud architects should also consider this course on AWS data security because it's not just about cybersecurity – it goes deep into how best to use and manage AWS services.

Is this training in AWS data security associated with any certifications?

Yes, this AWS data security training was designed to help learners prepare for part of the AWS Certified Security - Specialty certifying exam: SCS-C01. The AWS Certified Security - Specialty certification covers all of the AWS security services and features, and this training zooms in on the data security aspects.

What certification should you consider after taking this course in AWS data security?

The AWS Certified Security – Specialty is the best certification to consider after taking this AWS data security course. The course was designed to help learners pass parts of the SCS-C01. But if there are other AWS certifications you want to pick up, knowing data security won't hurt.

Why should you take this AWS data security training?

You should take this AWS data security training because the vast majority of successful incursions on networks are due to small data security errors. A network should be guarded against sophisticated hacks, of course. But keeping passwords secure, permissions properly configured and firewalls maintained is even more important.