AWS provides a range of networking services that enable you to create a logically isolated and secure network. This course will teach you the different security features of VPCs, ELBs, and Cloudfront distributions you can use and implement.
There are many different layers where you can introduce network security on AWS. In this course, Advanced Network Security on AWS, you’ll learn the best practices of setting up a secure network on AWS. First, you’ll explore the VPC and the necessary features used and skills required to set up a more secure network. Next, you’ll discover the Elastic Load Balancer’s different security features and how it can be used as a point of protection. Finally, you’ll see how to configure a CloudFront distribution and implement restrictive security controls on CloudFront. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of AWS services and features needed to implement network security on AWS.
Miguel Saavedra is an author, solutions architect, and Instructor specializing in AWS, big data, automation, and security. He has worked in several companies in the finance/fintech, education, and medical industries as well as some government projects. He has published and conducted research on both cloud and on-premise solutions for big data focusing on network analytics, and machine learning. He also designs highly available and automated CICD toolchains for high throughput microservices on AWS.
Course Overview [Autogenerated] Hello, everyone. My name is Shannon and welcome to my course entitled Advanced Network Security on AWS. I have worked with AWS for several years now across a variety of different industries, including finance, government and health care. A lot of people still stick the notion off security being like a castle or a chocolate, where you have a hard outer shell with a soft, gooey center in this scores. We want to change that notion of security and talk about how we can introduce security at different layers in your AWS infrastructure. Some of the major topic will cover in the scores include secure VPC deployment practices, including route tables, security groups and never a C L configuration. We'll also talk about your load balancing on AWS as one as proper secure incident handling processes, lastly, will end the poorest. Talking about. Take your content delivery on AWS. By the end of this course, you'll understand how to build and design infrastructures with secure networks in the cloud. Before beginning this course, you should have a basic understanding of AWS foundational services and a good understanding of network components such as routes and firewalls. This course, although it is the fourth course in the AWS certified security specialty past. This course can be taken as a stand alone but does make references to content present in other courses within this path. So I highly recommend also taking any of the other courses in this security. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn more about AWS with this advanced network security course here at Euro.