Wednesday, 19 February 2020

AWS Security Hub introduced security checks lined up to the PCI DSS

AWS Security Hub allows you an extensive prospect of your high priority security warnings and compliance status across your AWS accounts. Now AWS Security Hub offers assistance to automated security checks aligned to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) version 3.2.1 demands. Security Hub’s PCI DSS standard adds 32 automated rules planned to support you with your existing PCI DSS security workings by organising endless examines against 32 PCI DSS needs over 14 AWS services. These 32 security checks are additionally Security Hub’s ongoing 43 automated security checks for the Center for Internet Security’s (CIS) AWS Foundations Benchmark. You can read the Security Hub’s documentation here on how Security Hub’s PCI DSS confirms map to particular PCI DSS needs. Besides, you can repeatedly observe your environment with automated compliance checks based on standards, like the CIS AWS Foundations Benchmark and the PCI DSS. The 32 checks were verified by AWS Security Assurance Services, LLC (AWS SAS), which is a team of Qualified Security Assessors, authorized by the PCI Security Standards Council to perform PCI DSS assessment services. Also you can read AWS Security blog that will help you understand how to use the PCI standard for Security Hub.

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