AWS Security Blog

Category: AWS Security Hub

Figure 1: SIEM implementation on Amazon OpenSearch Service

How to use AWS Security Hub and Amazon OpenSearch Service for SIEM

AWS Security Hub provides you with a consolidated view of your security posture in Amazon Web Services (AWS) and helps you check your environment against security standards and current AWS security recommendations. Although Security Hub has some similarities to security information and event management (SIEM) tools, it is not designed as standalone a SIEM replacement. […]

How to build a multi-Region AWS Security Hub analytic pipeline and visualize Security Hub data

AWS Security Hub is a service that gives you aggregated visibility into your security and compliance posture across multiple Amazon Web Services (AWS) accounts. By joining Security Hub with Amazon QuickSight—a scalable, serverless, embeddable, machine learning-powered business intelligence (BI) service built for the cloud—your senior leaders and decision-makers can use dashboards to empower data-driven decisions […]

Figure 1: Solution Architecture and workflow for metadata enrichment

How to enrich AWS Security Hub findings with account metadata

In this blog post, we’ll walk you through how to deploy a solution to enrich AWS Security Hub findings with additional account-related metadata, such as the account name, the Organization Unit (OU) associated with the account, security contact information, and account tags. Account metadata can help you search findings, create insights, and better respond to […]

Best practices for cross-Region aggregation of security findings

AWS Security Hub enables customers to have a centralized view into the security posture across their AWS environment by aggregating your security alerts from various AWS services and partner products in a standardized format so that you can more easily take action on them. To facilitate that central view, Security Hub allows you to designate […]

Using AWS security services to protect against, detect, and respond to the Log4j vulnerability

April 21, 2022: The blog post has been updated to include information on the updated version of the hotpatch. See this security advisory for more details. Overview In this post we will provide guidance to help customers who are responding to the recently disclosed log4j vulnerability. This covers what you can do to limit the […]

Figure 2: Amazon EC2 Instance role assumes cross account IAM role

Disabling Security Hub controls in a multi-account environment

In this blog post, you’ll learn about an automated process for disabling or enabling selected AWS Security Hub controls across multiple accounts and multiple regions. You may already know how to disable Security Hub controls through the Security Hub console, or using the Security Hub update-standards-control API. However, these methods work on a per account […]

Automatically resolve Security Hub findings for resources that no longer exist

In this post, you’ll learn how to automatically resolve AWS Security Hub findings for previously deleted Amazon Web Services (AWS) resources. By using an event-driven solution, you can automatically resolve findings for AWS and third-party service integrations. Security Hub provides a comprehensive view of your security alerts and security posture across your AWS accounts. Security […]

Correlate security findings with AWS Security Hub and Amazon EventBridge

March 31, 2022: We updated the CloudFormation template, accessed via the Launch Stack link, in this blog post. In this blog post, we’ll walk you through deploying a solution to correlate specific AWS Security Hub findings from multiple AWS services that are related to a single AWS resource, which indicates an increased possibility that a […]

How to set up a two-way integration between AWS Security Hub and Jira Service Management

If you use both AWS Security Hub and Jira Service Management, you can use the new AWS Service Management Connector for Jira Service Management to create an automated, bidirectional integration between these two products that keeps your Security Hub findings and Jira issues in sync. In this blog post, I’ll show you how to set up this integration. […]

Enable Security Hub PCI DSS standard across your organization and disable specific controls

At this time, enabling the PCI DSS standard from within AWS Security Hub enables this compliance framework only within the Amazon Web Services (AWS) account you are presently administering. This blog post showcases a solution that can be used to customize the configuration and deployment of the PCI DSS standard compliance standard using AWS Security […]