Amazon Shared Responsibility Model
Security and consistency are shared obligations among us and the client. This common model can help mitigate a client's operational weight since we work, oversee, and control the segments from the host working framework and virtualization layer down to the physical security of the offices where the administration works. The client is liable for- - and oversees - the visitor working framework (counting updates and security patches) and another related application programming, notwithstanding the arrangement of the AWS-if security bunch firewall. Clients ought to painstakingly consider the administrations that they pick in light of the fact that their duties will change contingent upon the administrations that they use, the mix of those administrations into their IT condition, and relevant laws and guidelines. The idea of this mutual obligation additionally gives the adaptability and client control that allows the arrangement. This separation of obligation is usually alluded to as the Security of the Cloud versus Security in the Cloud.
Security of the Cloud: We are liable for ensuring the foundation that runs the entirety of the administrations that are offered in the AWS Cloud. This foundation is made out of the equipment, programming, systems administration, and offices that run AWS Cloud administrations.
Security in the Cloud: Customer duty will be controlled by the AWS Cloud benefits that a client chooses. This decides the measure of arrangement work the client must proceed as a major aspect of their security duties.
For additional insights regarding the Shared Responsibility Model, see: https://aws.amazon.com/consistence/shared-obligation model
By: Mutasem Elayyoub