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Tag: Amazon GuardDuty

How to visualize Amazon GuardDuty findings: serverless edition

September 9, 2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. See details. July 20, 2020:This post has been updated to reflect the new Amazon GuardDuty support for exporting findings to an S3 bucket. July 12, 2019: Due to a feature name change, we’ve updated some examples throughout the post. Note: This blog […]

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Visualizing Amazon GuardDuty findings

September 9, 2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. See details. Amazon GuardDuty is a managed threat detection service that continuously monitors for malicious or unauthorized behavior to help protect your AWS accounts and workloads. Enable GuardDuty and it begins monitoring for: Anomalous API activity Potentially unauthorized deployments and compromised instances […]

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How to automate the import of third-party threat intelligence feeds into Amazon GuardDuty

Amazon GuardDuty is an AWS threat detection service that helps protect your AWS accounts and workloads by continuously monitoring them for malicious and unauthorized behavior. You can enable Amazon GuardDuty through the AWS Management Console with one click. It analyzes billions of events across your AWS accounts and uses machine learning to detect anomalies in […]

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Podcast: We developed Amazon GuardDuty to meet scaling demands, now it could assist with compliance considerations such as GDPR

It isn’t simple to meet the scaling requirements of AWS when creating a threat detection monitoring service. Our service teams have to maintain the ability to deliver at a rapid pace. That led to the question what can be done to make a security service as frictionless as possible to business demands? Core parts of […]

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How to Use Amazon Alexa to Get Amazon GuardDuty Statistics and Findings

You can always view and manage your Amazon GuardDuty findings on the Findings page in the GuardDuty console or by using GuardDuty APIs with the AWS CLI or SDK. But there’s a quicker and easier way, you can use Amazon Alexa as a conversational interface to review your GuardDuty findings. With Alexa, you can build […]

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All AWS Services GDPR ready

Oct 3, 2019: We’ve updated a sentence to clarify that AWS services can be used in compliance with GDPR. Today, I’m very pleased to announce that all AWS services can be used in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This means that, in addition to benefiting from all of the measures that AWS […]

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How we reduce complexity and rapidly iterate on Amazon GuardDuty: twelve new detections added

We’re relentlessly innovating on your behalf at AWS, especially when it comes to security. Last November, we launched Amazon GuardDuty, a continuous security monitoring and threat detection service that incorporates threat intelligence, anomaly detection, and machine learning to help protect your AWS resources, including your AWS accounts. Many large customers, including General Electric, Autodesk, and […]

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Join Us for AWS Security Week February 20–23 in San Francisco!

Join us for AWS Security Week, February 20–23 at the AWS Pop-up Loft in San Francisco, where you can participate in four days of themed content that will help you secure your workloads on AWS. Each day will highlight a different security and compliance topic, and will include an overview session, a customer or partner speaker, […]

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