Default Encryption for New EBS Volumes

October is Cyber Security Month, so here’s a little something to help keep your data safe.  Encryption by Default There are some quick and easy security ‘wins’ that can be achieved in AWS and this is one of them. Having your EBS volumes encrypted by default gives you that extra...

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Uploading SSL Certificates to AWS IAM

IAM is one of two services in AWS that allow you to manage SSL/TLS certificates, the other being ACM. Why two services? Good question. There are differences between how each integrates with other AWS services, such as Elastic load balancers and Cloudfront. We won’t go into detail on those here,...

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Uploading SSL Certificates to Amazon Certificate Manager

Amazon Certificate Manager (ACM) is a service that allows you to easily provision, manage, and deploy SSL/TLS certificates on AWS managed resources. You can either request a certificate directly from Amazon or upload a third party certificate, including self-signed. In this guide we’ll show you how to import a 3rd...

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