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In this AWS Security training, Bart Castle covers the objectives in the SCS-C01 exam, which is the one exam required to earn the AWS Certified Security – Specialty certification.
AWS specialty certifications mark you as a true expert in your field. They’re the pinnacle of the AWS certification program, and validate expert knowledge in a narrow AWS topic area. By the end of this AWS training, you'll be ready to attempt the AWS security exam — and validate expert-level experience with data security, access management, security controls, compliance, and governance. That means you’ll be ready for anything malicious actors (or your users) throw at you.
For supervisors, this AWS Security training can be used for AWS Certified Security – Specialty SCS-C01 exam prep, on-boarding new security engineers, or even AWS migration training.
AWS Certified Security – Specialty: What You Need to Know
This AWS Certified Security training goes step-by-step through the AWS Certified Security – Specialty exam objectives, and covers topics such as:
- Configure authentication and authorization for resources and services
- Secure data at rest and in transit
- Manage risk, value, and cost
- Secure networks and hosts
- Use Amazon Inspector to run security scans
- Monitor with AWS CloudWatch
- Design, plan, and evaluate various security logging solutions
Who Should Take AWS Certified Security – Specialty Training?
This AWS Security training is considered specialist-level AWS training, which means it was designed for security engineers with at least five years of experience. This AWS Certified Security – Specialty course will validate the extensive experience most AWS security engineers have with access management, encryption, and edge security.
Experienced security engineers. Given the size of this AWS security course, it’s obvious AWS has plenty of tools to keep your AWS cloud safe. From IAM roles to S3 server-side encryption, this AWS security training covers all aspects of maintaining network security. With years of experience doing network security administration, you’ll be opening yourself up to positions in senior security management and administration.