Higher Data security level with ChartsBeds cloud solutions !
Available for V1.2 (Original Cloud) and V2 (Web Based)
Why ChartsBeds chose Amazon Web Services (AWS)?
Today, I’m very pleased to announce that AWS services comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This means that, in addition to benefiting from all of the measures that AWS already takes to maintain services security, customers can deploy AWS services as a key part of their GDPR compliance plans.
Chad Woolf, Vice President, AWS Security Assurance
Advanced data security features
- The AWS infrastructure puts strong safeguards in place to help protect customer privacy. All data is stored in highly secure AWS data centers.
- You select server location amongst a list of countries: France, UK, America, Asia Pacific, Canada, China, Germany, Ireland, Brazil.
- Access Control: Allow only authorized administrators, users and applications access to AWS resources.
- Multi-Factor-Authentication (MFA)
- Temporary access tokens through AWS Security Token Service
Reliable & Secure
Amazon EC2 offers a highly reliable environment where replacement instances can be rapidly and predictably commissioned. The service runs within Amazon’s proven network infrastructure and data centers. The Amazon EC2 Service Level Agreement commitment is 99.99% availability for each Amazon EC2 Region.
PCI DSS Compliance
Amazon EC2 supports the processing, storage, and transmission of credit card data by a merchant or service provider, and has been validated as being compliant with Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS). For more information about PCI DSS, including how to request a copy of the AWS PCI Compliance Package, see PCI DSS Level 1.
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Cloud security at AWS is the highest priority. As an AWS customer, you will benefit from a data center and network architecture built to meet the requirements of the most security-sensitive organizations. Amazon EC2 works in conjunction with Amazon VPC to provide security and robust networking functionality for your compute resources.
Network and security features
- Secure login information for your instances using key pairs (AWS stores the public key, and you store the private key in a secure place)
- Storage volumes for temporary data that’s deleted when you stop or terminate your instance, known as instance store volumes
- Persistent storage volumes for your data using Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS), known as Amazon EBS volumes
- Multiple physical locations for your resources, such as instances and Amazon EBS volumes, known as regions and Availability Zones
- Firewall that enables you to specify the protocols, ports, and source IP ranges that can reach your instances using security groups
- Virtual networks you can create that are logically isolated from the rest of the AWS cloud
- Amazon EC2 Key Pairs and Windows Instances. Amazon EC2 uses public–key cryptography to encrypt and decrypt login information. Public–key cryptography uses a public key to encrypt a piece of data, such as a password, then the recipient uses the private key to decrypt the data. The public and private keys are known as a key pair.
- Amazon EC2 Security Groups for Windows Instances. A security group acts as a virtual firewall that controls the traffic for one or more instances. When you launch an instance, you associate one or more security groups with the instance. You add rules to each security group that allow traffic to or from its associated instances. You can modify the rules for a security group at any time; the new rules are automatically applied to all instances that are associated with the security group after a short period. When we decide whether to allow traffic to reach an instance, we evaluate all the rules from all the security groups that are associated with the instance.
- Controlling Access to Amazon EC2 Resources. Your security credentials identify you to services in AWS and grant you unlimited use of your AWS resources, such as your Amazon EC2 resources. You can use features of Amazon EC2 and AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) to allow other users, services, and applications to use your Amazon EC2 resources without sharing your security credentials. You can use IAM to control how other users use resources in your AWS account, and you can use security groups to control access to your Amazon EC2 instances. You can choose to allow full use or limited use of your Amazon EC2 resources.
- Amazon EC2 and Amazon Virtual Private Cloud. Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) enables you to define a virtual network in your own logically isolated area within the AWS cloud, known as a virtual private cloud (VPC).
- Amazon EC2 Instance IP Addressing. Amazon EC2 and Amazon VPC support both the IPv4 and IPv6 addressing protocols.
- Elastic IP Addresses. An Elastic IP address is a static IPv4 address designed for dynamic cloud computing. An Elastic IP address is associated with your AWS account. With an Elastic IP address, you can mask the failure of an instance or software by rapidly remapping the address to another instance in your account.
- Elastic Network Interfaces. An elastic network interface (referred to as a network interface in this documentation) is a logical networking component in a VPC that represents a virtual network card.
- Placement Groups. A placement group determines how instances are placed on underlying hardware.
- Network Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) for Your EC2 Instance. The maximum transmission unit (MTU) of a network connection is the size, in bytes, of the largest permissible packet that can be passed over the connection. All Amazon EC2 instance types support 1500 MTU, and many current instance sizes support 9001 MTU, or jumbo frames.
- Enhanced Networking on Windows. Enhanced networking uses single root I/O virtualization (SR-IOV) to provide high-performance networking capabilities on supported instance types. SR-IOV is a method of device virtualization that provides higher I/O performance and lower CPU utilization when compared to traditional virtualized network interfaces. Enhanced networking provides higher bandwidth, higher packet per second (PPS) performance, and consistently lower inter-instance latencies.