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The re:Invent edition As you **might** have heard, AWS re:Invent happened this past week. As a consequence, this issue of CloudSecList will be focused on the recent announcements that came out of it.
Gaining Full Visibility into the Security of Multi-Cloud Environments Cloud security requires complete knowledge of your environment—and denying your adversaries discovery of that knowledge. Learn how Red Ventures (CNET; ZDNet; Bankrate) used Fugue to gain immediate and full visibility into the security posture of their environment that spans multiple clouds and hundreds of accounts. This session will cover using Open Policy Agent, the open source standard for policy as code, for cloud security from infrastructure as code through the runtime. Register Here
You can now use AWS Control Tower to deploy data residency preventive and detective controls, referred to as guardrails. These guardrails will prevent provisioning resources in unwanted AWS Regions by restricting access to AWS APIs through service control policies (SCPs) built and managed by AWS Control Tower.
Amazon VPC IP Address Manager (IPAM) is a new feature that makes it easier for you to plan, track, and monitor IP addresses for your AWS workloads. With IPAM's automated workflows, network administrators can more efficiently manage IP addresses.