How do you implement AWS GuardDuty?

How do you implement AWS GuardDuty?

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You can only implement new ideas, processes and services if you prioritize innovation. Unfortunately, ever-evolving security challenges and an ongoing shortage of cybersecurity talent present a very real challenge when leveraging cloud technology to implement new service models, improve customer engagement or increase operational efficiency.

Your pod can provide security guidance when it comes to your cloud migration, your applications or your data in the cloud. After all, cloud security expertise is critical to taking advantage of modern cloud capabilities and transitioning to cloud native. It’s a cloud-first world in which organizations are looking to leverage the potential of the cloud to reduce operational costs, develop new revenue streams or achieve agile working practices.

Your Elastic Engineering for Security pod can help you improve your defenses against cyber threats by incorporating security automation into cloud-native tools like AWS GuardDuty and Azure Security Center, or by resolving bugs in cloud configurations before they impact your business. And, of course, we also cover security event monitoring to ensure your environment is protected.

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Yes, there is a 30-day free trial. Every account, from every region, gets a 30-day free trial of GuardDuty for S3 protection. Accounts that have already enabled GuardDuty will also get a 30-day free trial of GuardDuty protection for S3.

Yes, there is a 30-day free trial. Every account, from every region, gets a 30-day free trial of GuardDuty for S3 protection. Accounts that have already enabled GuardDuty will also get a 30-day free trial of GuardDuty for S3.

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Yes, all new accounts that enable GuardDuty from the console or API will also have GuardDuty for S3 protection enabled by default. New GuardDuty accounts that are created using the AWS Organizations “auto-enable” feature will not have GuardDuty for S3 protection enabled by default unless “auto-enable for S3” is enabled.

No. GuardDuty has direct access to your AWS CloudTrail S3 data event logs and you do not need to enable S3 data event logging in CloudTrail and incur the associated costs. Note that GuardDuty does not store the logs and only uses them for analysis.

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Amazon Web Services (AWS), the cloud arm of Amazon, has indicated that cloud security is its top priority and the driver for companies in a variety of industries, including highly regulated customers running critical applications and workloads in the cloud.

Precisely one such document is the CIS Amazon Web Services Foundations, published by the Center for Internet Security (CIS), a well-known technical benchmark for implementing security best practices in technology environments.

“CIS Amazon Web Services Foundations is a technical document that details best practices for configuring and implementing controls and auditing so that you can have a secure environment in the AWS cloud.”

These fundamental security controls that can be implemented in the AWS cloud, which are documented in CIS Amazon Web Services Foundations, represent a reference for establishing the initial security configuration for AWS cloud environments.

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Reconnaissance: activity that suggests reconnaissance by an attacker, such as unusual API activity, port scanning inside a VPC, unusual patterns of incorrect login requests, or probing for unblocked ports from a known incorrect IP.

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GuardDuty delivers these advanced detections using machine learning and anomaly detection to identify previously hard-to-find threats, such as unusual API call patterns or malicious behavior from AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) users. In addition, GuardDuty has built-in threat intelligence, including lists of malicious domains or IP addresses from AWS Security and industry-leading third-party security partners, including Proofpoint and CrowdStrike.

GuardDuty offers you an alternative to creating in-house solutions, maintaining complex custom rules or developing your own threat intelligence from known malicious IP addresses. GuardDuty takes the tedious, undifferentiated tasks and unnecessary complexity out of monitoring and protecting AWS workloads and accounts.