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About the Author
Eyal Estrin is a cloud and information security architect, the owner of the blog Security & Cloud 24/7 and the author of the book Cloud Security Handbook, with more than 20 years in the IT industry.
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Top comments (4)
@eyalestrin、thank you for posting this.
I think the way amazon is pushing towards information security, AWS Certified Security - Specialty won't be an easy task. After all its security and flexibility which differentiates cloud from on premises
Thanks for posting @eyalestrin! I know The Ops Community's own @patrick_londa was in attendance this week.
Did anyone else attend AWS re:Inforce in Boston this week? Share your experiences with us in the comments. I'm sure many other community members are curious!
Thank you for sharing @eyalestrin - I also gave you a shout out in our Conference Round-up post!
Hope you had a great time at the conference, @eyalestrin! I personally most enjoyed sessions where teams were sharing something they built. I attended one on how Bristol Myers Squibb built an internal self-service catalog and one with Athenahealth where they discussed their journey implementing their Firewall. Hoping to see the recording available for all sessions soon!