AWS Security Audit
If you are running your IT infrastructure on Amazon Web Services (AWS) or any other cloud platform, you need security audits on a periodic basis. While AWS comes with a range of in-built security features, there are a number of cloud security best practices (that are constantly evolving) that its users routinely overlook.
It is virtually impossible for companies focused on day-to-day business activities to also keep an eye on all minute moving parts of their cloud-hosted systems and databases. To make this easier for you, EthicalHat offers an AWS Security Audit that mainly covers:
- AWS Security Groups
- Identity and Access Management (IAM)
- S3 Bucket permissions
- Root account Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
- Password Policy
- Amazon RDS Security Group Configurations
- CloudTrail logging
- CloudFront SSL Certificates
- IAM Access Keys
- Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) Security etc..
We use a combination of manual testing and automation tools to check all aspects of your AWS-hosted application for security loopholes.
At the end of the audit, you will receive a comprehensive and actionable audit report detailing all the vulnerabilities detected during the process and the remediation steps that will help you strengthen your AWS application architecture against threats. You can make immediate deployment and configuration changes based on the report to make your application more secure. Your AWS-hosted application’s security can then be checked against the AWS Well-Architected Framework as a final step towards ensuring that you are adhering to all industry best practices.