Identify security concerns through an AWS specific audit, sometimes called an AWS pentest. Then document a roadmap for improved cloud security. Learn more here.
Learn advanced AWS security topics in a two day private training course. Learn more here.
Integrate logs into SIEMs, write rules and parsers, connect alerts to preferred mediums (Slack, JIRA, etc.) and format their output to ensure efficient responses. Develop tools, write blog posts, and perform R&D as needed.
Scott Piper has a decade of experience in cyber security, having previously worked at the NSA, as a developer for commercial security products, and as the Director of Security for a startup. He now focuses on improving the security of AWS environments.
He holds all AWS Associate and Professional level certificates along with the Security Specialty certificate. He developed flAWS.cloud, flAWS2.cloud, CloudMapper, CloudTracker, Parliament, and cloudtrail-partitioner, is an organizer for the non-profit cloud security conference fwd:cloudsec, and continually feeds back his expertise to the community through open-source tools and blog posts.
Scott is based in Salt Lake City, Utah, and works remotely for clients throughout the US.
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