Data encryption - AWS Health

Data encryption

See the following information about how AWS Health encrypts data.

Data encryption refers to protecting data while in-transit (as it travels from the service to your AWS account), and at rest (while it is stored in AWS services). You can protect data in transit using Transport Layer Security (TLS) or at rest using client-side encryption.

AWS Health doesn't record personal identifying information (PII) such as email addresses or customer names in events.

Encryption at rest

All data stored by AWS Health is encrypted at rest.

Encryption in transit

All data sent to and from AWS Health is encrypted in transit.

Key management

AWS Health doesn't support customer-managed encryption keys for data encrypted in the AWS Cloud.