cloud security

Top 5 breakouts to attend at AWS re:Inforce 2019

gregg rodriguez / 06.04.19

AWS re:Inforce 2019, the biggest cloud security event of the year, promises to deliver as a hands-on conference offering a deep dive into the latest approaches to security, best practices and risk management using AWS services, features, and tools, as well as product offerings from AWS partners.

If you’re still struggling to maintain compliance in the cloud, unclear about DevSecOps or starting your cloud security program from scratch, AWS re:Inforce 2019 has you covered on all those fronts and many, many more.

Check out our list below to help you make the most out of your attendance by choosing some of your breakout sessions in advance:

  1. FND217 – It’s in my backlog. The truth behind DevSecOps. Learn more about making cybersecurity part of your foundational requirements: when to build security into DevOps and into Agile environments. This session will highlight how sound architecture and implementation is key to providing DevSecOps capability with AWS.
  2. SEP402 – Encrypting everything with AWS. Still unclear on some of the basics? While the services that make up AWS are numerous and varied, the concepts you need to secure your data and infrastructure are pretty simple and straightforward. Get the basics here. This session will cover the fundamental patterns you can apply to secure any workload you run in AWS with confidence, including network security, the process of reading and writing access management policies, and data encryption.
  3. FND209-R – [REPEAT] The fundamentals of AWS cloud security. If you’re just starting out on your cloud journey, you may still be wondering how to establish and build AWS environments or landing zones. In this session you’ll get best practices for establishing a scalable approach and necessary landing zone framework. This session will also provide an overview of the approach and solutions that will help you implement a landing zone. It will also introduce the AWS Landing Zone, which is an automated solution for setting up a robust, flexible AWS environment, and discuss how it reduces the time needed to get started
  4. FND210 – Implementing your landing zone: If you’re just starting out on your cloud journey, you may still be wondering how to establish and build AWS environments or landing zones. Get best practices for establishing a scalable approach and necessary landing zone framework. This session will provide an overview of the approach and solutions that will help you implement a landing zone. It will also introduce the AWS Landing Zone, which is an automated solution for setting up a robust, flexible AWS environment, and discuss how it reduces the time needed to get started.
  5. SEP205 –  How policymakers can fulfill promises of security for cloud services: In this session regulators and policymakers will share their knowledge about addressing cultural, organizational, policy, and regulatory hurdles with the security of cloud services for organizations in regulated industries (e.g., Healthcare, Financial Services, and Telecommunications). Presenters will share their experiences with adopting cloud services and how they establish their environments according to policy to ensure their specific criteria and requirements for security are met.

We hope to see you, so don’t forget to stop by booth #443 (the most secure booth on the show floor) to meet us and enter to win a Sony Playstation 4 Slim.

Have a great AWS re:Inforce 2019.