Amazon Web Services (AWS) hosted its annual re:Inforce conference July 26-27 in Boston, which renewed focus on the cloud giant’s cloud privacy, compliance and security initiatives.
AWS announced five new services at the event, alongside a series of incremental improvements spread across the cloud platform. New services include Amazon GuardDuty Malware Protection, an integration of GuardDuty with AWS Security Hub, Amazon Detective support for Kubernetes, and a preview of secure messaging service AWS Wikr.
The overarching theme of the event was the integration of security and privacy best practices and services as part of ongoing cloud activities.
“You mustn’t screw security down after you’ve built something. She has to be there from the start when we build something,” Stephen Schmidt (pictured)Chief Information Security Officer at AWS Said in a Keynote…