SecAppDev 2022 Workshop Details

Purple team AWS - Discoverer edition

Abhay Bhargav
Friday June 17, 09:00 - 17:00

With companies moving and operating extensively on the AWS Cloud, security remains a key challenge.

This training is an extensive deep-dive into Attack, Detect and Defense implementations within AWS. The training is dedicated to cookbook-style “Attack, Detect and Defence” cyber-ranges.

The aim of this training is to take the participant through a journey of highly practical, scalable and granular knowledge of AWS offense, defense and security automation.

  • AWS Network Security
  • AWS IAM and Advanced IAM deployment, policy management
  • AWS Security Services
  • AWS Host Security Services
  • Proactive Detection
  • AWS Security Analytics
  • AWS Encryption, Key Management and Secrets Management
Learning goal

Insights into AWS attack, detect and defense techniques and exposure to a combination of traditional and modern stacks in a workshop with intensive hands-on labs

Content level


Target audience

All cloud professionals, pentesters, red-teamers, AppSec professionals, cloud security professionals


Basic knowledge of cloud (AWS), infrastructure-as-code and AppSec vulnerabilities

Technical requirements

A laptop with a modern browser (e.g., Chrome, Firefox) installed.

Abhay Bhargav

Abhay Bhargav

CEO, AppSecEngineer

Abhay Bhargav is the Founder of we45 and AppSecEngineer. He has created some pioneering works in the area of DevSecOps and AppSec Automation, including the world’s first hands-on training program on DevSecOps. In addition to this, Abhay is active in his research of new technologies and their impact on Application Security. Abhay is a speaker and trainer at major industry events including DEF CON, BlackHat, OWASP AppSecUSA, EU and AppSecCali. His trainings have been sold-out events at conferences like AppSecUSA, AppSecDay Melbourne, CodeBlue, BlackHat and so on.

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