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Category: AWS CloudTrail

Achieve auditability with Amazon RDS IAM authentication using attribute-based access control

Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) supports several ways to authenticate database users, including password authentication, Amazon Identity and Access Management (IAM) database authentication, and Kerberos authentication. When working with MySQL, PostgreSQL, and Amazon Aurora database engines, you can authenticate to the database using IAM, which uses an authentication token instead of the password to […]

Amazon DynamoDB now supports audit logging and monitoring using AWS CloudTrail

Amazon DynamoDB is a fully managed, multi-Region, multi-active database that delivers reliable performance at any scale. Because of the flexible DynamoDB data model, enterprise-ready features, and industry-leading service level agreement, customers are increasingly moving sensitive workloads to DynamoDB. Regulated industries (e.g., education, media, finance, and healthcare) may require detailed information about data access activity to […]