When handling massive data sets in cloud storage, it's common practice to utilize Amazon's S3. Considering the type of information contained in these data sets, not to mention the extraordinary number of records, it's not surprising that it's highly valuable to the companies who pay for it, the companies who make money from it, and anyone else—from spammers, to scammers, to criminals. Everyone knows that knowledge is power.
Download the handbook to discover:
• A real world example of misconfigured S3 exposing millions of sensitive data records
• How to initially set up an S3 securely
• Successful processes that automatically monitor the risk of public exposure
• Practical steps for server hardening