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Attacks on and securing Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the largest cloud provider for infrastructure and platform as a service.

Misconfigurations are usually the cause of breaches in cloud environments – even with AWS. As with on-premises and other clouds, obvious patterns and default settings are designed for functionality, not security. Errors in development and a lack of hardening are gateways for attackers to compromise individual applications, resources and identities – or even all subscriptions and the entire AWS organisation.

This webinar shows how secure development and configuration are possible and which free tools and sources can help. You will also get an overview of how attackers exploit misconfigurations of the Amazon cloud and the lack of hardening measures, and how you can secure your AWS services and cloud identities. The webinar will be held in German.

  • Date: Tuesday, 20.08.2024
  • Time: 10:30 – 11:30 a.m
  • Language: German
  • Speaker: Frank Ully, Head of Research

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About the speaker

Frank Ully is an experienced pentester and Head of Research at Oneconsult Deutschland AG in Munich. In this role, he focusses on relevant developments in offensive IT security. He regularly gives lectures and training courses and publishes articles in specialist journals such as iX. After completing a part-time Master’s degree in Security Management specialising in IT security, he was certified as an Offensive Security Certified Expert (OSCE) and Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP). He also holds many other certificates such as AWS Red Team Expert (ARTE) and Offensive AWS Security Professional (OAWSP).

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