Data security in MemoryDB for Redis - Amazon MemoryDB for Redis
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Data security in MemoryDB for Redis

To help keep your data secure, MemoryDB for Redis and Amazon EC2 provide mechanisms to guard against unauthorized access of your data on the server.

MemoryDB also provides encryption features for data on clusters:

  • In-transit encryption encrypts your data whenever it is moving from one place to another, such as between nodes in your cluster or between your cluster and your application.

  • At-rest encryption encrypts the transaction log and your on-disk data during snapshot operations.

You can also use Authenticating users with Access Control Lists (ACLs) to control user access to your clusters.