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AWS Launches Three New Services and Capabilities to Help Customers Build and Operate Securely

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06.12.2019
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Amazon Web Services (AWS), an Amazon.com company, announced three new services and capabilities that make it easier for customers to build and operate securely:

  • Amazon Detective is a new security service that makes it easy for customers to conduct faster and more efficient investigations into security issues across their workloads (available in preview).
  • AWS IAM Access Analyzer is a new AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) capability that makes it simple for security teams and administrators to audit resource policies for unintended access.
  • AWS Nitro Enclaves is a new Amazon EC2 capability that makes it easy for customers to process highly sensitive data by partitioning compute and memory resources within an instance to create an isolated compute environment (available in preview early next year).

AWS is architected to be the world’s most secure and flexible cloud computing environment. Many of today’s most security-minded organizations trust AWS with their sensitive workloads, which in turn means that all AWS customers benefit from rapidly evolving infrastructure and services designed to meet the most exacting standards for security and compliance.

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