Monday, 10 September 2018

AWS Config has now added seven more new managed rules

AWS Config announced that they have added 7 new managed rules that will help you easily analyze whether the AWS Resource configuration is compiled according to the common best practices. AWS Config allows you to assess, audit and analyze the configurations of the AWS resources so that it enables users to review their configurations and overall compliance against the configuration. The new managed rules added by the AWS Config will allow you to easily audit and simplify the security analysis, operational troubleshooting and change management. You report non-compliant patches in the managed instances, report non-compliant AWS Systems Manager association installed on the instance, Verify EC2 instances and Amazon GuardDuty and much more. To read all seven rules please click here.

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