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Amazon Web Services introduced the Access Analyzer tool at its re:Invent event. The new option aims to help users avoid accidentally exposing data stored in S3 buckets.

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Conducting security assessments on prem and in the cloud

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    New AWS option aims to mitigate data exposures

    Amazon Web Services introduced the Access Analyzer tool at its re:Invent event. The new option aims to help users avoid accidentally exposing data stored in S3 buckets.

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    AWS exposure includes 1 TB of Attunity backups

    UpGuard security researchers found publicly exposed Amazon S3 buckets from data management firm Attunity, which included company credentials and data from enterprise clients.

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    AWS re:Inforce addresses accidental data exposures

    AWS re:Inforce, the cloud provider's inaugural security conference, addressed the problems of misconfigurations and data exposures with new tools, like Control Tower.

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