Security Engineering on AWS

This course will teach you best practices for securing the AWS cloud

Course Overview

In this 3-day AWS course, students will gain knowledge of AWS Security Cloud security and how to protect the infrastructure. Students will learn which security features are available to them and which solutions would be best to protect their business.

The course will teach students to:

  • Understand the security features of the AWS Cloud
  • Describe the access control and management features of AWS
  • Identify different data encryption methods to secure sensitive data
  • Secure network access to AWS resources



Currently, there are no public classes scheduled. Please contact a Phoenix TS Training Consultant to discuss hosting a private class at 240-667-7757.


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Who Should Attend

This Amazon AWS Training course is intended for:
  • Security engineers
  • Security architects
  • Security operations
  • Information security


We recommend that attendees of this course have the following prerequisites:
  • AWS Cloud Practitioner Essentials
  • AWS Security Fundamentals
  • Architecting on AWS
  • Working knowledge of IT security practices and infrastructure concepts
  • Familiarity with cloud computing concepts


3 Days





Course Outline


Day 1

  • Identifying Entry Points on AWS
  • Security Considerations: Web Application Environments
  • Application Security
  • Securing Networking Communications – Part 1

Day 2

  • Data Security
  • Security Considerations: Hybrid Environments
  • Monitoring and Collecting Logs on AWS
  • Processing Logs on AWS
  • Securing Networking Communications – Part 2
  • Out-Of-Region Protection

Day 3

  • Account Management on AWS
  • Security Considerations: Serverless Environments
  • Secrets Management on AWS
  • Automating Security on AWS
  • Threat Detection and Sensitive Data Monitoring
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