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How to generate security findings to help your security team with incident response simulations

April 8, 2024: We have updated the post to revise the CloudFormation launch stack link to provision the CloudFormation template. Continually reviewing your organization’s incident response capabilities can be challenging without a mechanism to create security findings with actual Amazon Web Services (AWS) resources within your AWS estate. As prescribed within the AWS Security Incident […]

Introducing new central configuration capabilities in AWS Security Hub

Introducing new central configuration capabilities in AWS Security Hub

As cloud environments—and security risks associated with them—become more complex, it becomes increasingly critical to understand your cloud security posture so that you can quickly and efficiently mitigate security gaps. AWS Security Hub offers close to 300 automated controls that continuously check whether the configuration of your cloud resources aligns with the best practices identified […]

Download AWS Security Hub CSV report

Download AWS Security Hub CSV report

AWS Security Hub provides a comprehensive view of your security posture in Amazon Web Services (AWS) and helps you check your environment against security standards and best practices. In this post, I show you a solution to export Security Hub findings to a .csv file weekly and send an email notification to download the file from Amazon Simple […]

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 […]

Enable Security Hub partner integrations across your organization

AWS Security Hub offers over 75 third-party partner product integrations, such as Palo Alto Networks Prisma, Prowler, Qualys, Wiz, and more, that you can use to send, receive, or update findings in Security Hub. We recommend that you enable your corresponding Security Hub third-party partner product integrations when you use these partner solutions. By centralizing […]

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Manage AWS Security Hub using CloudFormation

In this blog post, we show you how to enable and configure AWS Security Hub using the new Security Hub CloudFormation resources. Security Hub has expanded support for AWS CloudFormation by launching the updated Security Hub Hub resource and a new Standards resource for CloudFormation. The Hub resource can be used to enable Security Hub […]

Improve your security investigations with Detective finding groups visualizations

At AWS, we often hear from customers that they want expanded security coverage for the multiple services that they use on AWS. However, alert fatigue is a common challenge that customers face as we introduce new security protections. The challenge becomes how to operationalize, identify, and prioritize alerts that represent real risk. In this post, […]

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Optimize AWS Config for AWS Security Hub to effectively manage your cloud security posture

AWS Security Hub is a cloud security posture management service that performs security best practice checks, aggregates security findings from Amazon Web Services (AWS) and third-party security services, and enables automated remediation. Most of the checks Security Hub performs on AWS resources happen as soon as there is a configuration change, giving you nearly immediate […]

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Consolidating controls in Security Hub: The new controls view and consolidated findings

In this blog post, we focus on two recently released features of AWS Security Hub: the consolidated controls view and consolidated control findings. You can use these features to manage controls across standards and to consolidate findings, which can help you significantly reduce finding noise and administrative overhead. Security Hub is a cloud security posture […]

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Three ways to accelerate incident response in the cloud: insights from re:Inforce 2023

AWS re:Inforce took place in Anaheim, California, on June 13–14, 2023. AWS customers, partners, and industry peers participated in hundreds of technical and non-technical security-focused sessions across six tracks, an Expo featuring AWS experts and AWS Security Competency Partners, and keynote and leadership sessions. The threat detection and incident response track showcased how AWS customers […]