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Secure Your Data in Amazon S3 with Customer-Managed Trust

MachinaTM Tools for Amazon S3

Organizations realize that they can take advantage of the many benefits the cloud has to offer as long as they can satisfy their security and compliance needs with a solution like MachinaTM Tools for Amazon S3.

Considering the growing complexities – of today’s data, use cases, regulations, compliance mandates, and more – organizations often struggle to understand how they can secure their data and implement dynamic access controls before moving to or expanding on AWS.

Implementing silos of data security makes defining and enforcing consistent data access policies overwhelmingly complex, and some companies opt for the status quo by sticking with their on-premises (yet outdated) solution.

AWS provides organizations with a certain level of data security, and organizations who do move to the cloud often start by leveraging AWS tools. But by storing data and encryption keys in the same location – managed by a single vendor – several organizations have unknowingly succumbed to catastrophic data breaches due to misconfigured buckets.

Today’s reality is that there has been an exponential increase in the scale of attacks, their frequency, and the cost per breach. The shared responsibility model clearly outlines that customers are responsible for securing their data ‘in’ the cloud. This necessitates a third party in the risk model to fill the gaps, enabling customer-managed trust.

Learn you can leverage Machina Tools for Amazon S3 to deliver customer-managed trust in AWS by simplifying the management of your shared responsibility commitments. Machina reduces and manages the inherent risk of moving any piece of your operations to the cloud by providing the capabilities to address some of your key concerns:

  • How can we secure our data in AWS to ensure higher levels of assurance?
  • Who or which application has access to which data and when?
  • How can we monitor data activities across our entire organization?
  • How can we enforce consistent data access policies across hybrid or cloud environments?
  • How can we implement compliance requirements easily?