Summary

Intermediate
6m 10s
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In this lesson, we shall be looking at how to manage your trails when working with AWS CloudTrail.

Learning objectives

  • The different managed policies available to control CloudTrail permissions.
  • How Events are structured within CloudTrail event logs.
  • The different parameters that are stored within a single event.
  • The naming convention of CloudTrail log files.
  • The Amazon S3 bucket structure of where CloudTrail logs are stored.
  • How Amazon CloudWatch can be used to monitor CloudTrail logs.

Intended audience

  • Security architects.
  • Auditors.
  • Anyone looking to become certified in AWS.

Prerequisites

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