Part 2 - infrastructure as code
The Cloud Security and DevSecOps training course I’m delivering for 44CON in June includes AWS, Azure and GitHub accounts which the students use so they don’t need to create their own. As I described in my last blog, I also decided to build a training platform, so that students can connect to a virtual desktop in the cloud with all the software they need pre-installed.
That way they can come on to the course with any laptop or even tablet which supports the Amazon WorkSpaces client.
The next step after the proof of concept and design was to build it using as much automation as possible – to keep cost low, I wanted to easily destroy everything as soon as a course finished, and to rebuild just before starting the next one.
Click on the "Read More" link below to see details of the infrastructure as code.
Here are the slides for my talk "Real-life Cloud Security Issues" which I presented recently at the Photobox meetup "An evening of AWS Security". Many thanks to all at Photobox for a great evening, and to Tash Norris and Toni de la Fuente for their excellent talks - I've already incorporated Toni's open source Prowler tool to the AWS compliance lab in my cloud security course at 44CON.