Secure Your Amazon Web Services (AWS) Infrastructure with Identity and Access Management (IAM)

Have dozens or even hundreds of AWS user accounts to manage? Are you struggling to monitor and control who accesses what resources? AWS provides a powerful set of features, AWS IAM (Identity and Access Management), to help address these issues and secure your critical AWS infrastructure against cyber threats.

Our AWS IAM Services

Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides an extensive array of paid and free Identity and Access Management (IAM) features to help improve your security posture. As an official Amazon services partner, we help organizations navigate these complex offerings and pricing and integrate them within your custom AWS infrastructure.

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AWS Service Control Policies (SCPs)

Should developers on Project A have access to resources for a completely different Project Z in another department? Probably not! Service control policies (SCPs) allow you to set granular user permissions for your AWS Organization (i.e. who can spin up or decommission EC2 instances, access sensitive databases, etc.) We help integrate your cloud or on-prem identity provider with AWS and set policies at the level of groups, roles, and users according to your organizational structure and needs. Also, what if a developer from Project A moves to Project B. SCPs also allow for streamlined provisioning and deprovisioning of access entitlements?

AWS Single Sign-On (SSO)

AWS Single Sign-On (SSO) allows for seamless access to AWS accounts and business applications. AWS SSO has a few prebuilt third party app integrations with enterprise applications such as Salesforce, Box, and Office 365. In addition, Sennovate can help integrate your other critical applications through SAML.

Also, for large enterprise-scale organizations, we can integrate your identity provider (e.g. Microsoft Active Directory, Oracle Directory Services, etc.) with AWS so employees can login with their existing corporate credentials.

AWS Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) provides an added layer of security on top of usernames and passwords. AWS supports virtual authentication on mobile devices through Google Authenticator, Authy 2-Factor Authentication, and more. It also supports hardware authentication using products from Gemalto and SecurePassID. We will help you determine the most convenient and secure AWS multi-factor authentication strategy for your business.

AWS Governance and Compliance

AWS IAM gives your IT administrators deep insight into the use of applications throughout your organization from a single unified dashboard. Tools like Amazon Secrets Manager, CloudWatch, and Cloud Trail provide excellent features for monitoring users, detecting abuse and misuse of resources, reporting, auditing, and meeting compliance requirements. This is crucial if your company is subject to strict regulations such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard  (PCI DSS), General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and more.

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