AWS Access Management Online Training
In this entry-level AWS skills training, Bart Castle covers the access management objectives in the SCS-C01 exam, which is the one required exam to earn the AWS Certified Security – Specialty certification.
Access management is fundamentally a balancing act. Not everyone should have admin access to everything, but developers and other technical professionals should be able to do their jobs. Meanwhile, users shouldn’t be allowed to wander through critical systems. The ability to authorize specific users and groups to specific resources is a central AWS security skillset, and this training will make sure you know what AWS is capable of restricting and how.
After watching this AWS security training, you'll know how to give your users the appropriate level of access, keep malicious actors out, and ensure everyone still has access to the data and services they need. This AWS security training was designed by Bart Castle to teach the entry-level skills expected of a cloud administrator, and prepare you for advancement to positions like cloud engineer.
For anyone who manages AWS security training, this AWS training can be used for AWS Security exam prep, in on-boarding new cloud administrators, or part of a team training plan.
AWS Access Management: What You Need to Know
This AWS Certified Security – Specialty training maps to the SCS-C01 access management exam objectives and covers topics such as:
- Creating and managing identities and accesses
- Using multi-factor authentication
- Managing security policy types for different users and groups
- Evaluating and auditing existing permissions
- Handling multiple accounts and organizations
- Understanding AWS IAM policies
- Using APIs and endpoints in user access control
Who Should Take AWS Access Management Training?
This AWS Access Management training is considered administrator-level AWS training, which means it was designed for cloud administrators. This access management skills course is valuable for new IT professionals with at least a year of experience with AWS security and experienced cloud administrators looking to validate their AWS skills.
New or aspiring cloud administrators. This AWS security training may be part of a specialty-level AWS exam, but access management is a core skill set for any cloud administrator. If you’re a new AWS administrator, this AWS Access Management training will familiarize you with everything you need before creating new users and granting permissions. The security of your organization’s data depends on it.
Experienced cloud administrators. Cloud administrators with several years of experience will already have familiarity creating user accounts and managing access -- what this AWS Access Management training offers is a more complete, rounded understanding of all aspects of planning and managing access to AWS resources.