This post was co-written by Andrew Alaniz , Technical Information Security Officer, and Brady Pratt, Cloud Security Enginner, both at BBVA USA. Introduction Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is a common topic among companies that work with any type of sensitive data. One of the challenges is that many people either don’t fully understand what DLP is, or rather, have their own definition of what it is. Regardless of one’s interpretation of DLP, one thing is certain: before you can control data loss, you need to locate find the data sources. If an organization can’t identify its data, it can’t protect it. BBVA USA, a bank
Building on the first three parts of the AWS Lambda scaling and best practices series where you learned how to design serverless apps for massive scale, AWS Lambda’s different invocation models, and best practices for developing with AWS Lambda, we now invite you to take your serverless knowledge to the next level by reviewing the following 10 topics to deepen your serverless skills. 1: API and Microservices Design With the move to microservices-based architectures, decomposing monothlic applications and de-coupling dependencies is more important than ever. Learn more about how to design and deploy your microservices with Amazon API Gateway: An overview of designing microservices Building
In this episode of This is My Architecture, filmed in 2018 on the last day of re:Invent (a learning conference hosted by Amazon Web Services for the global cloud computing community), FICO lead Software Engineer Sven Ahlfeld talks to AWS Solutions Architect Tom Jones about how the company uses a combination of AWS Lambda and AWS Step Functions to architect an on-demand solution for fraud detection and anti-money laundering. When you think of FICO, you probably thing credit score. And that’s true: founded in 1956, FICO introduced analytic solutions–such as credit scoring–that have made credit more widely available in the US and around the world.