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This comprehensive AWS-powered course introduces AWS Inspector, a specialized tool designed to assess your AWS resources thoroughly and identify potential security issues. With a detailed step-by-step guide, you'll gain a thorough understanding of configuring Amazon Inspector for optimal results. The learning experience is further enriched with a practical demonstration, offering a hands-on walkthrough that simplifies the initial setup of Amazon Inspector.
AWS Inspector is a robust vulnerability management service tailored for AWS workloads. It continuously scans your AWS environments, diligently seeks software vulnerabilities and pinpoints unintended network exposures.
The significant advantage of Amazon Inspector lies in its ability to generate findings when detecting software vulnerabilities or network configuration issues. These findings provide detailed reports about the problem, the impact of resources, seriousness, and steps to fix it.
Amazon Inspector represents a complete overhaul and redesign compared to its predecessor, Amazon Inspector Classic. Amazon Inspector has expanded its coverage to include support for container images stored in Amazon Elastic Container Registry (Amazon ECR), augmenting its capabilities beyond just EC2 instances.
You enjoy an extensive access period of 90 days to the enriching course content.
Upon successful completion of the course, you will be awarded with the course completion certificate powered by AWS from SkillUp. This certificate will be delivered to you via email within 6 hours of course completion.
In this course, you'll acquire a deep understanding of leveraging Amazon Inspector to assess and manage vulnerabilities within your AWS workloads. Explore the intricacies of the service, learn to interpret findings effectively, and master the implementation of strategic remediation measures.