You'll learn how to keep your data in AWS safe and secure. It's nice to imagine that, out of the box, AWS keeps your information locked securely away. Unfortunately that's not the case. This course will show you both simple and advanced approaches for securing AWS workloads.
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AWS Protective Controls FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Cloud administrators and network engineers should be taking this course. Brand new administrators may struggle with some of the more advanced security concepts, but if you have a few years of experience managing cloud instances and workloads, you'll learn a lot about making your data and networks a lot safer.
Yes, this course was designed to help learners prepare for one portion of the AWS certification exam SCS-C01. SCS-C01 is the one exam necessary for earning the AWS Certified Security - Specialty certification, which is a cert for cybersecurity professionals with about two years of hands-on experience with AWS workloads.
When it comes to cybersecurity certifications with an emphasis on AWS workloads, there really aren't any alternatives to the AWS Certified Security - Specialty, part of which this course prepares you for. Your best bet is to take the other courses that help prepare for the rest of SCS-C01.
You should take this course if you're already managing AWS workloads so that you can keep them safe and secure. But if you're not using AWS workloads yet, you'll be ahead of the game if you do ever transition to AWS by taking this course early.