#6 How to avoid S3 data leaks?

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How to avoid S3 data leaks?

  1. Use IAM policies to grant access to your S3 bucket
  2. Enable Block Public Access
  3. Separate public from private data
  4. Monitor Trusted Advisor findings

Looking for more detailed information and code examples? Check out our blog post How to avoid S3 data leaks? which is discussing the topic of this episode as well.

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