AWS Security Blog

Tag: Amazon ES

How to Visualize and Refine Your Network’s Security by Adding Security Group IDs to Your VPC Flow Logs

Note from July 11, 2017: In response to readers’ feedback, the author of this blog post has updated this post’s example code to provide more reliable handling of error scenarios, particularly in which the geographical lookup fails. Additionally, the author has added details about testing the example code by using Amazon Kinesis Data Generator. If you already […]

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How to Monitor Host-Based Intrusion Detection System Alerts on Amazon EC2 Instances

To help you secure your AWS resources, we recommend that you adopt a layered approach that includes the use of preventative and detective controls. For example, incorporating host-based controls for your Amazon EC2 instances can restrict access and provide appropriate levels of visibility into system behaviors and access patterns. These controls often include a host-based […]

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