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AWS Security Hub Features

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Course Introduction
1
Introduction
PREVIEW2m 40s
How IAM is used to securely manage access
3
IAM Features
PREVIEW10m 39s
Managing user identities with long term credentials in IAM
5
Creating IAM Users
PREVIEW5m 3s
Using IAM policies to define and manage permissions
12
Cross-account access
Key Management Service (KMS)
17
What is KMS?
PREVIEW8m 25s
18
Components of KMS
PREVIEW11m 6s
AWS Web Application Firewall
22
AWS Firewall Manager
26
Policies
12m 16s
AWS Shield
AWS Secrets Manager

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AWS Security Hub Features
Overview
Difficulty
Intermediate
Duration
5h 31m
Students
22
Description

This section of the AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Professional learning path introduces the key identity management, security, and encryption services within AWS relevant to the AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Professional exam. Core to security is AWS Identity & Access Management commonly referred to as IAM. This service manages identities and their permissions that can access your AWS resources, so understanding how this service works and what you can do with it will help you to maintain a secure AWS environment. IAM is an important service in ensuring your resources are secure.

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Learning Objectives

  • Learn about identity and access management on AWS, including users, groups & roles, IAM policies, MFA, identity federation, and cross-account access
  • Learn the fundamentals of AWS Web Application Firewall (WAF), including what it is, when to use it, how it works, and why use it
  • Understand how to configure and monitor AWS WAF
  • Learn about AWS Firewall Manager and its components
  • Learn how to configure AWS Shield
  • Learn the fundamentals of AWS Cognito
Transcript

AWS Security Hub allows you to start consolidating security findings and alerts across accounts and provider products and display results into a single dashboard. It gives you a way to centrally view and manage security alerts and automate security checks to quickly understand the situation and respond to security issues as they take place. AWS Security Hub integrates with multiple AWS services like Amazon GuardDuty, Amazon Inspector and Amazon Macie.

There are more services that integrate with Security Hub including third party products. The following services are able to send findings to Security Hub, and they are: AWS Firewall Manager, Amazon GuardDuty, Identity and Access Management Access Analyzer, Amazon Inspector, Amazon Macie, AWS Systems Manager Patch Manager, AWS Systems Manager Explorer and OpsCenter, and Amazon Detective.

The Amazon Detective integration allows you to switch back and forth from Security Hub to Detective and investigate a security finding. Security Hub is also able to integrate with security solutions by members of the AWS Partner Network. You will want to visit the integrations section in the Security Hub service documentation. As of this recording, there are over 60 integrations available for the Security Hub service from vendors like Symantec, Sumo Logic, Splunk, Atlassian, Slack, ServiceNow, RackSpace, Palo Alto Networks, PagerDuty, CloudStrike and many more. Security Hub runs continuous, account-level configuration and security checks based on AWS best practices and industry standards. It provides the result of these checks as a readiness score, and identifies specific accounts and resources that require attention. The result is reduced effort to collect, prioritize and remediate security findings.

About the Author
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Danny has over 20 years of IT experience as a software developer, cloud engineer, and technical trainer. After attending a conference on cloud computing in 2009, he knew he wanted to build his career around what was still a very new, emerging technology at the time — and share this transformational knowledge with others. He has spoken to IT professional audiences at local, regional, and national user groups and conferences. He has delivered in-person classroom and virtual training, interactive webinars, and authored video training courses covering many different technologies, including Amazon Web Services. He currently has six active AWS certifications, including certifications at the Professional and Specialty level.