- Course info
This entry-level AWS training prepares cloud specialists to ensure that your Amazon S3 buckets and objects are secure and teaches you how to limit permissions to S3 resources.
For many companies and organizations, the transition to cloud storage is a rocky road. Very few companies are lucky enough to just start off in the cloud natively. Every day, companies are forced to undergo the huge effort of transferring files, entire directories and tons of resources to the cloud, hoping they're safe while they're up there all the while.
For a cloud specialist getting ready to make the transition to AWS S3, or to set up a new bucket, this Planning for AWS S3 Data Security will make sure your buckets are safe, your objects are locked down, and your policies always apply the right accesses and permissions.
Once you're done with this AWS skills training, you'll know how to ensure that your Amazon S3 buckets and objects are secure, that the resources you want to be private remain private, and how to limit permissions to S3 resources.
For supervisors, this AWS training can be used to onboard new cloud specialists, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a AWS reference resource.
Planning for AWS S3 Data Security: What You Need to Know
For any cloud specialist looking to improve their proficiency with database security, this AWS course covers topics such as:
- Writing AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) policies that limit user accesses
- Defining access to specific buckets and objects by writing bucket policies
- Limiting public access through S3 Block Public Access
- Monitoring S3 resources for unauthorized or hazardous accesses
Who Should Take Planning for AWS S3 Data Security Training?
This AWS security training is considered foundational-level AWS training, which means it was designed for cloud specialists. This security skills course is valuable for new IT professionals with at least a year of experience with database security and experienced cloud specialists looking to validate their AWS skills.
New or aspiring cloud specialists. If you're new to cloud maintenance and administration, there are many aspects of planning a migration that you're necessarily not aware of. Maybe you've experimented a few times with small directories, or maybe you've been working with a small cloud for a while. This Planning for AWS S3 Data Security training makes sure you understand how to anticipate the risks to your buckets and objects.
Experienced cloud specialists. If you've been working as a cloud specialist for several years, you're probably aware that security in the cloud depends on a mixture of careful planning, diligence and deep knowledge. This training in Planning for AWS S3 Data Security will make sure you write bucket policies that define specific accesses, understand access control lists and understand the importance of being careful with read/write permissions.