Network and application protection

Network and application protection services enable you to enforce fine-grained security policy at network control points across your organization. AWS services help you inspect and filter traffic to prevent unauthorized resource access at the host-, network-, and application-level boundaries


Why is cloud security important?

  • With the help of cloud security, you can centralize the company’s security infrastructure for enhanced protection
  • Time to say goodbye to hardware
  • Minimized capital expenditure helping you manage finances
  • Limits the staff load and administrative overheads
  • No need for manual security configurations
  • Cloud computing services offer the ultimate dependability and reliability
  • It is scalable as you are welcome to add additional features and offering access to as many users as you want without breaching your security
  • It offers all-time visibility because everything integrates well. We can see security and other services talking to each other.

At AWS, security is our top priority and security in the cloud is a shared responsibility between AWS and our customer. Financial services providers, healthcare providers, and governmental agencies are among the customers, who trust us with some of their most sensitive information. You can improve your ability to meet core security, confidentiality, and compliance requirements with our comprehensive services

You can choose to store your customer data in any one or more of our AWS Regions around the world. You can also use AWS services with the confidence that customer data stays in the AWS Region you select. A small number of AWS services involve the transfer of data, for example, to develop and improve those services, where you can opt-out of the transfer, or because transfer is an essential part of the service (such as a content delivery service).  

Protect your data

Earning customer trust is the foundation of our business at AWS and we know you trust us to protect your most critical and sensitive assets: your data. We earn this trust by working closely with you to understand your data protection needs, and by offering the most comprehensive set of services, tooling, and expertise to help you protect your data. To do this, we provide technical, operational, and contractual measures needed to protect your data. With AWS, you manage the privacy controls of your data, control how your data is used, who has access to it, and how it is encrypted. We underpin these capabilities with the most flexible and secure cloud computing environment available today.

Azure public cloud services support the same technologies millions of developers and IT professionals already rely on and trust. When you build on, or migrate IT assets to, a public cloud service provider you are relying on that organization’s abilities to protect your applications and data with the services and the controls they provide to manage the security of your cloud-based assets.

Azure’s infrastructure is designed from facility to applications for hosting millions of customers simultaneously, and it provides a trustworthy foundation upon which businesses can meet their security requirements.

  • Microsoft Sentinel
    • Microsoft Sentinel is a scalable, cloud-native, security information and event management (SIEM) and security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR) solution
  • Azure Resource Manager
    • Azure Resource Manager enables you to work with the resources in your solution as a group. You can deploy, update, or delete all the resources for your solution in a single, coordinated operation. You use an Azure Resource Manager template for deployment and that template can work for different environments such as testing, staging, and production. Resource Manager provides security, auditing, and tagging features to help you manage your resources after deployment.
  • Penetration Testing
    • We don’t perform penetration testing of your application for you, but we do understand that you want and need to perform testing on your own applications. That’s a good thing, because when you enhance the security of your applications you help make the entire Azure ecosystem more secure. While notifying Microsoft of pen testing activities is no longer required customers must still comply with the Microsoft Cloud Penetration Testing Rules of Engagement.