With less than one week before AWS re:Invent 2016, now is the time to make any final adjustments to your plan for the conference. But if you find yourself a little behind and in need of a few last-minute tips, we’ve got you covered. Here are a few resources you will want to check out before arriving in Sin City:

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Jeff Barr, Chief Evangelist, AWS

Besides providing up to date content on the conference itself, Jeff discusses the most recent developments in the AWS domain. He is your go to guy for “interesting, informative, and technically accurate blog posts to highlight the latest and greatest AWS offerings”.

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As past re:Invent attendees will know, the conference is often whirlwind of sessions, events and activities. While it can be difficult to keep up, you can always turn to the AWS re:Invent Twitter account to get your quick updates on day-to-day news. Last year the AWS re:Invent account tweeted over 800 times, so keep refreshing!

Trend Micro Twitter 

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For staying connected both in and outside the conference, visit Trend Micro’s Twitter account. You will be provided with your daily dose of both industry news and current offerings, to ensure you are at the top of your game all week long. For more information on our booth, meeting with cloud security experts, and awesome prizes we will be offering, take a look at our See you at AWS re:Invent blog.

Mark Nunnikhoven’s

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VP Cloud Research, Trend Micro

If there is one person you want to look to for insights on cloud security, its Mark Nunnikhoven. This re:Invent veteran knows the ins and outs of the conference and has once again provided his top 5 ways for getting the most out of your time at AWS re:Invent 2016. Mark will also be a part of two sessions during the week, but registration is filling up quickly, so check it out to see if there is still space left!

Serverless to 32 XL: Large: A unified security approach to AWS compute

In this talk we’ll look at an overall security strategy for AWS Compute services pulled from the real-world experiences of some of the top companies around the world. Strategy in hand, we’ll apply the strategy to each of the available compute services in order to create a unified security view for our workloads regardless of their scale.

Tuesday, Nov 29, 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM

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Lessons from a CISO: Achieving continuous compliance in elastic environments

In this session, you’ll learn why building security in from the beginning will save you time (and painful retrofits) later, how to gather and retain audit evidence for instances that are only up for minutes or hours, and how Cengage used Trend Micro™ Deep Security™ to meet many compliance requirements and ensured instances were instantly protected as they came online in a hybrid cloud architecture. Cengage Learning’s Chief Security Officer, Robert Hotaling, will share his organization’s journey to AWS, and how they enabled continuous compliance for their dynamic environment with automation.

Thursday, Dec 1, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

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