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Tag: Amazon Athena

The three most important AWS WAF rate-based rules

In this post, we explain what the three most important AWS WAF rate-based rules are for proactively protecting your web applications against common HTTP flood events, and how to implement these rules. We share what the Shield Response Team (SRT) has learned from helping customers respond to HTTP floods and show how all AWS WAF […]

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Automate Amazon Athena queries for PCI DSS log review using AWS Lambda

In this post, I will show you how to use AWS Lambda to automate PCI DSS (v3.2.1) evidence generation, and daily log review to assist with your ongoing PCI DSS activities. We will specifically be looking at AWS CloudTrail Logs stored centrally in Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) (which is also a Well-Architected Security […]

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Enabling serverless security analytics using AWS WAF full logs, Amazon Athena, and Amazon QuickSight

September 9, 2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. See details. Traditionally, analyzing data logs required you to extract, transform, and load your data before using a number of data warehouse and business intelligence tools to derive business intelligence from that data—on top of maintaining the servers that ran behind these […]

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New AWS Big Data Blog Post: Analyze Security, Compliance, and Operational Activity Using AWS CloudTrail and Amazon Athena

Yesterday, the AWS Big Data Blog published a new blog post: “Analyze Security, Compliance, and Operational Activity Using AWS CloudTrail and Amazon Athena.” In this blog post, AWS Professional Services Consultant Sai Sriparasa shows how to set up and use the recently released Amazon Athena CloudTrail SerDe to query AWS CloudTrail log files for Amazon […]

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