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Check out the re:Inforce 2023 keynote, leadership sessions, and breakout sessions.
Keynote and leadership sessions
CJ Moses, Chief Information Security Officer, AWS
AWS Chief Information Security Officer CJ Moses takes the stage with industry-leading guest speakers to share exciting innovations and advice for accelerating your security practices.
How AWS can help navigate shifts in the global regulatory landscape
Russell Lewis, Principal Compliance Specialist, AWS for Financial Services
Samara Moore, Senior Manager, Security Assurance, AWS
The rapidly evolving regulatory landscape presents both AWS and our customers with a unique and difficult compliance challenge. Regulatory engagement and assurance need to create the space for organizations to be more agile and innovative, while maintaining full compliance, satisfying regulators, and minimizing costs. In this session, hear from AWS leaders on how they are evolving as regulations change and helping customers meet these requirements.
Achieving end-to-end security on AWS
Kurt Kufeld, VP, AWS Platforms
Jesse Dougherty, VP, AWS Network Edge Services
Strong security at the core of an organization fosters digital transformation and innovation. AWS helps organizations implement every step of their security posture, from identifying risks to remediating issues. In this session, AWS leaders share their vision for security services, AWS Partner solutions, and how these can help your organization achieve end-to-end security.
Journeys to Zero Trust on AWS
Jess Szmajda, General Manager, Network Firewall & Firewall Manager, AWS
Quint Van Deman, Principal, Office of the CISO, AWS
Through customer feedback and deployments, AWS has gained more insight into how organizations are moving forward with Zero Trust architectures for different use cases. In this session, AWS customers discuss their journeys using AWS to implement a Zero Trust security model for their workloads and also present their real-world architectures. Discover how you can use new AWS services to put Zero Trust into production and benefit from the security it provides. Also, learn how AWS envisions simplifying Zero Trust to help improve the safety of modern digital society.
Security in the open: OSS and AWS
Mark Ryland, Director, Office of the CISO, AWS
David Nalley, Director, Open Source Strategy & Marketing, AWS
Open source software (OSS) provides many foundational elements of the AWS Cloud and in the modern IT world. AWS is committed to raising standards for open source security by developing key security-related technologies with community support and by contributing code, resources, and talent to the broader open source ecosystem. In this session, learn about the latest AWS work in OSS, including the open development of critical security-related technologies such as AWS libcrypto, s2n, post-quantum crypto, Amazon Corretto, Firecracker, and Bottlerocket. Discover what AWS teams are doing to improve the security of the upstream OSS supply chain through contributions to the Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) and more.
Discover how AWS, customers, and AWS Partners move fast while understanding the security of the software they build. Hear from AWS leaders, and get hands-on with the tools that help you ship securely.
Learn how customers, AWS Partners, and AWS work together to protect data in transit, at rest, and in use. Hear about approaches to data management, key management, cryptography, data security, data privacy, and encryption from experts.
Governance, Risk, and ComplianceGet a deep dive on the latest hot-topic governance and compliance matters for security practitioners, and gain hands-on experience on how to automate compliance tools and services for operational use.
Identity and Access Management
Hear from AWS, customers, and AWS Partners on how to use AWS identity services to manage identities, resources, and permissions securely and at scale. Learn how to configure fine-grained access controls for your employees, applications, and devices and deploy permission guardrails across your organization.
Network and Infrastructure Security
Gain practical expertise on the services, tools, and products AWS, customers, and AWS Partners use to protect the usability and integrity of their networks and data and reduce surface area to manage the security and privacy of their overall infrastructure on AWS.
Threat Detection and Incident Response
Learn how AWS, customers, and AWS Partners get the visibility they need to improve their security posture, reduce the risk profile of their environments, identify issues before they impact business, and implement incident response best practices.