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Correlate IAM Access Analyzer findings with Amazon Macie

In this blog post, you’ll learn how to detect when unintended access has been granted to sensitive data in Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) buckets in your Amazon Web Services (AWS) accounts. It’s critical for your enterprise to understand where sensitive data is stored in your organization and how and why it is shared. […]

A simpler way to assess the network exposure of EC2 instances: AWS releases new network reachability assessments in Amazon Inspector

Performing network security assessments allows you to understand your cloud infrastructure and identify risks, but this process traditionally takes a lot of time and effort. You might need to run network port-scanning tools to test routing and firewall configurations, then validate what processes are listening on your instance network ports, before finally mapping the IPs […]

Federated Users Can Now Access the AWS Support Center

Recently, the AWS Support Center moved to the AWS Management Console. In addition to providing a better user experience, it enabled another important feature – federated access. Users in your company can now use their existing credentials to access the AWS Support Center for actions like creating a case, looking at the case history, or […]