Focus on specific areas of interest and maximize your time at re:Inforce

At re:Inforce 2020 you will find technical content designed to keep your customers and business secure in the cloud, along with best practices and foundational content on a variety of cloud security, identity, and compliance subjects.

We’ll feature AWS builders and experts who will cover the latest advancements and actionable best-practices your business can use immediately. Advanced level content will go deep into subjects including: governance, risk, and compliance; identity and access management; data protection; threat detection and incident response; network and infrastructure security, and more. Stay tuned for the session catalog, which will be released in spring, so you can find the most pertinent breakouts to fit your needs.

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Breakout Content

This year at re:Inforce we’ll have more than 350 breakout sessions, workshops, chalk talks, and builders sessions that cover AWS cloud security, identity, and compliance topics, and highlight emerging technologies that are developing.

What are the different breakout content types?

What is the right level for me?

  • 200


    Sessions at the 200 level provide an overview of AWS cloud security, identity, and compliance services or features with the assumption that attendees have some working knowledge of the topic. These sessions highlight basic use cases, features, functions, and benefits.

  • 300


    Sessions at the 300 level dive deeper into specific areas of AWS cloud security, identity, and compliance services. Presenters assume that the audience is familiar with the specific topic but may or may not have direct experience implementing a similar solution. The focus will be on compliance matters, and execution at the organizational level.

  • 400


    Sessions at the 400 level are for attendees who are deeply familiar with security, identity, and compliance topics, have implemented a solution or solutions on their own, and are comfortable with how the technology works across multiple services, architectures, and implementations. Presenters will dive into code, cover advanced systems, and explore future developments in the technology.