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Example Scenarios for AWS Config Continuous Monitoring of Amazon S3 Bucket Access Controls

Recently, AWS Config announced two new managed rules to detect Amazon S3 buckets that have overly permissive controls. You can now check your S3 buckets continuously for unrestricted public write access or unrestricted public read access. In addition, you can view compliance of all your S3 buckets against these rules, and receive notifications via Amazon […]

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How to track configuration changes to CloudFormation stacks using AWS Config

Recently, AWS Config announced support for AWS CloudFormation stacks. You can now start tracking the current and historical configuration of your CloudFormation stacks, and get notified via Amazon SNS when your stack configuration changes. You can also use a managed AWS Config rule to check whether your CloudFormation stacks are sending event notifications to an […]

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AWS Config Support for Amazon CloudWatch Alarms

On June 1st, AWS Config announced support for Amazon CloudWatch alarms. CloudWatch alarms are used on any of your CloudWatch metrics to send notifications or take other automated actions. You can now start tracking the current as well as historical configuration of your alarms and get notified via Amazon SNS when your alarm configuration changes. […]

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A Year in AWS Config and AWS Config Rules

AWS Config is a fully managed service that provides AWS resource inventory, configuration history, and configuration change notifications to enable security and governance. You can use AWS Config Rules enables you to create rules that automatically check the configuration of AWS resources recorded by AWS Config. Over the last year, we expanded the service coverage […]

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