Compliance is neither an opt-in nor an add-on when your company is a customer of KeyCore. It is a key pillar in all digital solutions.


Compliance has never been more important than now. Not just as external legal requirements, but also as an internal management tool that both supports compliance with the safety aspects and systematises the correct handling of all processes across, both vertically and horizontally.

The same principle defines KeyCore's development of digital solutions, here, compliance is a key pillar for our security and compliance experts who use their knowledge and experience with AWS' Well-Architected Framework (WAF) to create compliance solutions that, based on your company's organizational and operational framework conditions, can best support your business objectives.

AWS has the market's widest range of compliance resources that make it possible to comply with all global compliance regulations and documentation requirements. As an Advanced and Well-Architected Partner, KeyCore is certified to work and develop based on AWS' extensive resource catalogue for ensuring compliance.

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Compliance on AWS refers to the process of ensuring that your use of AWS services and resources adheres to relevant laws, regulations, and industry standards.
Ensuring compliance is important for many organizations because failure to comply with relevant laws and regulations can result in fines, legal action, and damage to an organization's reputation. In addition, some customers and partners may require evidence of compliance as a condition of doing business with an organization.
AWS Config is a service that enables you to assess, audit, and evaluate the configurations of your AWS resources. It provides continuous evaluation of your resources' configurations, allowing you to detect and respond to compliance issues in real-time.
AWS CloudTrail is a service that provides a record of all API calls made in your AWS account, including the source IP address, the time of the call, and the request and response parameters. This information can be useful for compliance purposes, as it allows you to track changes to your resources and ensure that they are being used in accordance with your policies.
AWS Audit Manager is a service that helps you automate the auditing process for your AWS resources. It allows you to set up recurring assessments of your resources' configurations and use automated workflows to review and validate findings. This can help you ensure that your resources are compliant with relevant standards and regulations.
In addition to AWS Config, CloudTrail, and Audit Manager, AWS offers a range of other tools and services to help with compliance, including AWS Service Catalog, AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM), and AWS PrivateLink.
AWS cannot guarantee compliance for your organization. It is your responsibility to ensure that your use of AWS services and resources complies with relevant laws, regulations, and industry standards. AWS provides tools and resources to help you achieve and maintain compliance, but it is up to you to use them effectively and ensure that your organization is compliant.
You can learn more about compliance on AWS by visiting the AWS Compliance website ( This site provides information on the various compliance programs and standards that AWS supports, as well as resources to help you understand how to use AWS services and resources in a compliant manner.
If you believe that you have identified a compliance issue on AWS, you should report it to AWS as soon as possible. You can do this by contacting AWS Support or by using the AWS Trust and Compliance Incident Reporting page (
If you have questions or need help with compliance on AWS, you can contact our team today. You can also seek guidance from legal and compliance professionals or consult relevant laws, regulations, and industry standards.
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