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How to share security telemetry per OU using Amazon Security Lake and AWS Lake Formation

Part 3 of a 3-part series Part 1 – Aggregating, searching, and visualizing log data from distributed sources with Amazon Athena and Amazon QuickSight Part 2 – How to visualize Amazon Security Lake findings with Amazon QuickSight This is the final part of a three-part series on visualizing security data using Amazon Security Lake and […]

Aggregating, searching, and visualizing log data from distributed sources with Amazon Athena and Amazon QuickSight

Aggregating, searching, and visualizing log data from distributed sources with Amazon Athena and Amazon QuickSight

Part 1 of a 3-part series Part 2 – How to visualize Amazon Security Lake findings with Amazon QuickSight Part 3 – How to share security telemetry per Organizational Unit using Amazon Security Lake and AWS Lake Formation Customers using Amazon Web Services (AWS) can use a range of native and third-party tools to build […]

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How to visualize Amazon Security Lake findings with Amazon QuickSight

Part 2 of a 3-part series Part 1 – Aggregating, searching, and visualizing log data from distributed sources with Amazon Athena and Amazon QuickSight Part 3 – How to share security telemetry per Organizational Unit using Amazon Security Lake and AWS Lake Formation In this post, we expand on the earlier blog post Ingest, transform, […]

How to visualize IAM Access Analyzer policy validation findings with QuickSight

In this blog post, we show you how to create an Amazon QuickSight dashboard to visualize the policy validation findings from AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) Access Analyzer. You can use this dashboard to better understand your policies and how to achieve least privilege by periodically validating your IAM roles against IAM best practices. […]

How to query and visualize Macie sensitive data discovery results with Athena and QuickSight

February 21, 2023: We’ve updated the CREATE TABLE DDL to add the new originType field introduced as part of the Automated Sensitive Data Discovery feature of Macie. Amazon Macie is a fully managed data security service that uses machine learning and pattern matching to help you discover and protect sensitive data in Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3). With […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Amazon QuickSight Now Supports Audit Logging with AWS CloudTrail

Amazon QuickSight democratizes business intelligence, making it easier and cheaper for you to provide advanced business analytics capabilities to everyone in your organization. Amazon QuickSight also enables you to understand your business better and helps you make data-driven decisions more quickly. However, determining who has access to which data in your organization can still be […]

How to Easily Log On to AWS Services by Using Your On-Premises Active Directory

AWS Directory Service for Microsoft Active Directory (Enterprise Edition), also known as Microsoft AD, now enables your users to log on with just their on-premises Active Directory (AD) user name—no domain name is required. This new domainless logon feature makes it easier to set up connections to your on-premises AD for use with applications such […]