We've centered most of our operations on AWS, and love the ease of use there. However, every once in a while, the paranoid side of my brain wonders what could happen if, say, the bad guys got hold of our admin keys?
Within the Amazon ecosystem, we have a pretty good backup plan: We keep most static data in S3. EBS volumes are snapshotted nightly. However, true paranoia would mean backing up to a provider outside the Amazon ecosystem. How do you handle doing this? I'm especially interested in backing up EBS snapshots and S3 contents. Bonus points for backing up RDS.