AWS Security Best Practices Course Overview

AWS Security Best Practices Course Overview

The AWS Security Best Practices course is designed to equip learners with a deep understanding of how to secure their AWS cloud environment effectively. Security AWS best practices guide users through a comprehensive approach to cloud security, ensuring they grasp the fundamental principles and advanced techniques.

Module 1: AWS Security Overview.
Lessons in this module introduce the core concepts of AWS security, highlighting the shared responsibility model and the various tools available for protecting resources.

Module 2: Securing the Network.
Lessons focus on network security measures, such as VPCs, security groups, and NACLs, to ensure secure network architecture.

Module 3: Amazon EC2 Security.
Lessons delve into securing EC2 instances, managing IAM roles, and applying AWS data security best practices for compute resources.

Module 4: Monitoring and Alerting.
Lessons cover how to implement monitoring and alerting strategies using AWS services to maintain a robust security posture.

By the end of the course, learners will be well-versed in AWS security best practices, ready to secure their AWS infrastructure proactively.

Koenig's Unique Offerings


1-on-1 Training

Schedule personalized sessions based upon your availability.


Customized Training

Tailor your learning experience. Dive deeper in topics of greater interest to you.


4-Hour Sessions

Optimize learning with Koenig's 4-hour sessions, balancing knowledge retention and time constraints.


Free Demo Class

Join our training with confidence. Attend a free demo class to experience our expert trainers and get all your queries answered.

Purchase This Course


  • Live Online Training (Duration : 8 Hours)
  • Per Participant
  • Including Official Coursebook
  • Guaranteed-to-Run (GTR)
  • date-img
  • date-img

♱ Excluding VAT/GST

Classroom Training price is on request

  • Live Online Training (Duration : 8 Hours)
  • Per Participant
  • Including Official Coursebook

♱ Excluding VAT/GST

Classroom Training price is on request

Request More Information

Email:  WhatsApp:

Course Prerequisites

To ensure that participants can successfully grasp the concepts and practical applications covered in the AWS Security Best Practices course, the following prerequisites are recommended:

  • Basic understanding of AWS services and infrastructure
  • Fundamental knowledge of IT security concepts
  • Experience with cloud computing and storage concepts
  • Familiarity with networking principles, including DNS, TCP/IP, and firewalls
  • Ability to navigate the AWS Management Console
  • Some experience with command-line interfaces and scripting is helpful but not mandatory

Please note that while having a foundation in the above areas will greatly benefit your learning experience, our instructors are skilled at providing comprehensive training to accommodate varying levels of prior knowledge.

Target Audience for AWS Security Best Practices

The AWS Security Best Practices course offers a comprehensive guide to securing AWS environments, ideal for IT professionals focused on cloud security.

Target audience for the AWS Security Best Practices course includes:

  • Cloud Security Specialists
  • AWS Cloud Architects
  • System Administrators managing AWS instances
  • Network Security Engineers
  • Compliance Managers
  • IT Security Analysts
  • DevOps Engineers working with AWS environments
  • Information Security Managers
  • Technical Auditors overseeing cloud security
  • Cloud Consultants providing security advice for AWS
  • Data Privacy Officers concerned with cloud data security
  • Cybersecurity Consultants
  • Cloud Application Developers
  • IT Managers who oversee cloud migrations and deployments
  • Risk Management Professionals

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this AWS Security Best Practices?

  1. Introduction: The AWS Security Best Practices course is designed to provide comprehensive knowledge of securing AWS environments, including network security, EC2 security, and effective monitoring and alerting.

  2. Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Understand the fundamental concepts of AWS security and the shared responsibility model.
  • Gain proficiency in securing AWS network architectures and implementing security groups and network access control lists (NACLs).
  • Learn to effectively secure Amazon EC2 instances, including the management of IAM roles and instance-level security features.
  • Explore encryption options to protect data in transit and at rest within the AWS ecosystem.
  • Develop skills to securely manage access to AWS services using Identity and Access Management (IAM).
  • Implement best practices for safeguarding AWS accounts, including multi-factor authentication and account-level security settings.
  • Acquire the ability to configure VPCs for isolation and security, utilizing private and public subnets.
  • Gain insights into AWS monitoring and alerting tools such as Amazon CloudWatch and AWS CloudTrail for real-time security analysis.
  • Learn to create and manage incident response strategies within the AWS landscape.
  • Understand AWS compliance and governance mechanisms to ensure that infrastructure meets regulatory and company policies.