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In this episode I chat with Dylan Shields about his new book AWS Security. Dylan is a software engineer working on Quantum Computing at AWS. Previously, Dylan was the first engineer on the AWS Security Hub team. He has also worked at Google Cloud, focusing on the security and reliability of their serverless data warehouse, BigQuery.
In this episode, we talk about…
- Dylan breaks down his history in IT and the inspiration behind his book
- Why IAM and AWS can be intimidating to a lot of people
- Taking people through policies, JSON Syntax, and API operations
- Examining the AWS pattern of building IAM roles and handling some of the setups
- Covering AWS Security and best practices in the book
- Dylan has worked in other parts of the cloud platform
- Digging into security certifications and security specialties at AWS
- Diving into the concepts in the book and applying them to different applications
- Some of the most common attacks that customers are defending against
- New integrations to manage DDoS protection and VPC
- Difficulties of keeping up with AWS innovations
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