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With the expanding scale of modern networks, security teams often face challenges around maintaining control and visibility across multiple virtual private clouds (VPCs) and network segments. Software-defined networks (SDNs) provide centralized management of your cloud fabric, enabling higher granularity of control over north-south and east-west traffic flows between VPCs. This allows for the selective blocking of potentially malicious inbound and outbound traffic while continuing the flow of normal traffic. Leveraging SDN fabrics alongside solutions such as cloud-based firewalls and tools such as VPC Flow Logs can enhance traffic visibility and control while upholding your security posture.

In this webinar, SANS and AWS Marketplace provide guidance on creating and implementing a policy-driven SDN architecture in the cloud. Additionally, they will present real-world use cases of successful implementations that have been deployed in Amazon Web Services (AWS) environments.

Register today to be among the first to receive the associated whitepaper written by SANS senior instructor and cloud security expert Dave Shackleford.

Join this webinar to learn how to:

  • Build a control stack of cloud-native and third-party controls to ensure confidentiality, integrity, and availability of their network assets
  • Use a software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) and cloud security-as-a-service to provide edge security in a unified network fabric
  • Leverage infrastructure-as-code for automation and management of infrastructure
  • Apply best practices to secure a software-defined data center

Who Should Attend?

Security practitioners (Security Analysts, Security Architects, Senior Security Engineers, etc.), Cloud Security Architects, and the office of the CISO.

Speakers

Dave Shackleford , SANS analyst

Dave Shackleford, a SANS analyst, senior instructor, course author, GIAC technical director and member of the board of directors for the SANS Technology Institute, is the founder and principal consultant with Voodoo Security. He has consulted with hundreds of organizations in the areas of security, regulatory compliance, and network architecture and engineering. A VMware vExpert, Dave has extensive experience designing and configuring secure virtualized infrastructures. He previously worked as chief security officer for Configuresoft and CTO for the Center for Internet Security. Dave currently helps lead the Atlanta chapter of the Cloud Security Alliance.




Sagar Khasnis, Partner Solutions Architect at AWS

Sagar Khasnis is a Partner Solutions Architect focusing on AWS Marketplace and Service Catalog. He has vast experience in helping enterprise customers in various technical roles. He is a technologist who is passionate about building innovative solutions using AWS services to help customers achieve their business objectives.





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About AWS Marketplace:

AWS Marketplace is a digital software catalog that makes it easy to find, try, buy, deploy, and manage software that runs on AWS. AWS Marketplace has a broad and deep selection of security solutions offered by hundreds of independent software vendors, spanning infrastructure security, logging and monitoring, identity and access control, data protection, and more. These products can be integrated with AWS Services and other existing technologies, enabling you to deploy a comprehensive security architecture across your AWS and on-premises environments. Visit aws.amazon.com/marketplace to learn more.


About the SANS Institute:

The SANS Institute was established in 1989 as a cooperative research and education organization. Its programs now reach more than 165,000 security professionals around the world—from auditors and network administrators, to chief information security officers—sharing the lessons they learn and jointly finding solutions to the challenges they face.

*The views and opinions of the SANS Institute and their presenter, Dave Shackleford, are their own, and do not necessarily reflect the positions of AWS.