AWS Security Blog

Tag: AWS GuardDuty

Correlate security findings with AWS Security Hub and Amazon EventBridge

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 security incident has happened. AWS Security Hub ingests findings from multiple AWS services, including Amazon GuardDuty, Amazon Inspector, […]

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How to use Amazon GuardDuty and AWS Web Application Firewall to automatically block suspicious hosts

When you’re implementing security measures across your AWS resources, you should use a holistic approach that incorporates controls across multiple areas. In the Cloud Adoption Framework (CAF) Security perspective whitepaper, we define these controls across four categories. Directive controls. Establish the governance, risk, and compliance models the environment will operate within. Preventive controls. Protect your […]

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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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