The AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner (CLF-C01) examination is intended for individuals who have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to demonstrate basic knowledge of the AWS platform, including: available services and their common use cases, AWS Cloud architectural principles (at the conceptual level), account security, and compliance. The candidate will demonstrate an understanding of AWS Cloud economics including: costs, billing, and analysis, and the value proposition of the AWS Cloud.
Assimilate and leverage the AWS shared security responsibility model. Manage user identity and access management in the AWS cloud. Use AWS security services such as AWS Identity and Access Management, Amazon Virtual Private Cloud, AWS CloudTrail, Amazon CloudWatch, AWS Key Management Service, AWS CloudHSM, AWS Config, AWS Service Catalog, and AWS Trusted Advisor. Implement better security controls for your resources in the AWS cloud. Manage and audit your AWS resources from a security perspective. Monitor and log access and usage of AWS compute, storage, networking, and database services. Assimilate and leverage the AWS shared compliance responsibility model. Identify AWS services and tools to help automate, monitor, and manage security operations on AWS. Perform security incident management, cloud resiliency, and business continuity in the AWS cloud.