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AWS IAM Policy Summaries Now Help You Identify Errors and Correct Permissions in Your IAM Policies

In March, we made it easier to view and understand the permissions in your AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) policies by using IAM policy summaries. Today, we updated policy summaries to help you identify and correct errors in your IAM policies. When you set permissions using IAM policies, for each action you specify, you […]

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New Features for IAM Policy Summaries – An Easier Way to Detect Potential Typos in Your IAM Policies

Last month, we introduced policy summaries to make it easier for you to understand the permissions in your AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) policies. On Thursday, May 25, I announced three new features that have been added to policy summaries and reviewed resource summaries. Yesterday, I reviewed the benefits of being able to view services […]

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New Features for IAM Policy Summaries – Services and Actions Not Granted by a Policy

Last month, we introduced policy summaries to make it easier for you to understand the permissions in your AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) policies. On Thursday, May 25, I announced three new features that have been added to policy summaries and reviewed one of those features: resource summaries. Tomorrow, I will discuss how policy […]

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New Features for IAM Policy Summaries – Resource Summaries

In March, we introduced policy summaries, which make it easier for you to understand the permissions in your AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) policies. Today, we added three new features to policy summaries to improve the experience of understanding and troubleshooting your policies. First, we added resource summaries for you to see the resources […]

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Move Over JSON – Policy Summaries Make Understanding IAM Policies Easier

Today, we added policy summaries to the IAM console, making it easier for you to understand the permissions in your AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) policies. Instead of reading JSON policy documents, you can scan a table that summarizes services, actions, resources, and conditions for each policy. You can find this summary on the […]

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How to Detect and Automatically Revoke Unintended IAM Access with Amazon CloudWatch Events

AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) enables you to create IAM users and roles in your account, each with a specific set of permissions. For example, you can create administrative users who have access to all AWS APIs (also called actions), and you can create other users who have access to only a specific subset […]

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