AWS Security Hub adds 16 new controls to its Foundational Security Best Practices standard for enhanced cloud security posture monitoring

AWS Security Hub has released 16 new controls for its Foundational Security Best Practice standard to enhance customers’ cloud security posture monitoring. These controls conduct fully automatic checks against security best practices for Amazon API Gateway (APIGateway.2, APIGateway.3), AWS Elastic Beanstalk (ElasticBeanstalk.1, ElasticBeanstalk.2), Amazon RDS (RDS.12, RDS.13, RDS.14), Amazon EC2 (EC2.15, EC2.16), AWS CloudTrail (CloudTrail.4, CloudTrail.5), Amazon Redshift (Redshift.7), AWS Lambda (Lambda.4), AWS Secrets Manager (SecretsManager.3, SecretsManager.4), and AWS Web Application Firewall (WAF.1). If you have Security Hub set to automatically enable new controls and are already using AWS Foundational Security Best Practices, these controls are enabled by default. Security Hub now supports 131 security controls to automatically check your security posture in AWS.

Source:: Amazon AWS