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AWS and CSS Teamed to Deliver Integration for AWS CloudTrail Lake

Antivirus and Data Classification provider enables customers to ingest events into AWS CloudTrail for security and compliance purposes

January 31, 2023 – Today, data security software provider Cloud Storage Security (CSS) is among the first Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partners to integrate with AWS CloudTrail Lake to consolidate activity data reporting. This is noteworthy as historically AWS CloudTrail did not ingest third party data; it logged data generated from AWS services. With this integration, customers can now ingest and analyze events in a CloudTrail-compatible schema from the CSS console to streamline auditing, security investigation, and operational troubleshooting.

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Use Case: Agency Protects Against Malware in Data Lake on Amazon S3

The Challenge

Like many public sector agencies, this organization uses Amazon S3 to ingest and store large amounts of data from third party vendors and data brokers for processing.

During a security audit, it was determined that the ingestion of TB of data each month from outside sources is a major attack vector. There was no assurance that the data has been scanned for malware and viruses before it was processed and accessed by agency staff or shared externally with partner agencies.

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How to Eliminate Malware from S3 Data Lakes and Application Workflows

Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) launched over 16 years ago and today houses over 200 trillion objects making it one of the most successful services provided by AWS. Organizations use Amazon S3 to build data lakes, run cloud-native applications, backup and restore critical data, and archive data at low cost. Amazon S3's popularity has made it the center pin of cloud computing. This popularity has opened the door to advanced threats such as malware, ransomware, viruses, worms, trojans, and more.

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Antivirus For Amazon S3 Workshop: Malware Scanning For Application Workflows

If you ingest files into Amazon S3 from third-party sources that can eventually enter an environment where they become executable, you're opening the door to malicious payloads. Learn how to protect your users, customers and partners from ransomware, viruses, trojans and more during this detailed and technical event - Antivirus For Amazon S3 Workshop: Malware Scanning For Application Workflows.  This article includes links to register as well as what's being covered and who would benefit most from attending. 

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