Edutech and AWS

Pallavi Khopkar

Colleges and universities are digitally transforming with cost-effective, scalable, secure, and flexible Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud infrastructure. With AWS, you can support teaching and learning, connect the campus community, make data-driven decisions to save money and resources, and accelerate research efforts.

One of the major challenges for Ed-tech sector is stringent security requirement. Data confidentiality, integrity and availability are some of the requirements in this industry. Regulatory compliances like ISO 27001, SOC1/SOC2 need to be adhered to. AWS has breadth and depth of security offerings that help you meet your security control objectives.

Identity and Access Management: Grant users and applications, access to resources in your AWS accounts, with robust identity management and permissions in place.

Infrastructure Protection: Infrastructure protection ensures that systems and services within your workload are protected against unintended and unauthorized access, and potential vulnerabilities.

Data Protection: Data protection involves identifying and classifying the data and then using controls and patterns to keep data confidential while preserving its integrity and availability, at rest and in transit.

Detection: Incident detection is about identifying a security event through automated alerting, internal auditing to examine controls and lifecycle controls to establish operational baselines.

Incident Response: Incident response defines how the processes need to be in place to respond to and mitigate the potential impact of security incidents.

Compliance: AWS supports more security standards and compliance certifications, helping customers satisfy compliance requirements for virtually every regulatory agency around the globe.

Contact us to learn more about how we can help you address security challenges in cloud and adhere to regulatory compliance.

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