Perform Automatic Remediation by Using an AWS Config Rule

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Learn On Demand Pro Series

Gain hands-on experience configuring an AWS Config rule to ensure that public access to Amazon S3 buckets is automatically disabled. Lab activities include: creating an Amazon Identity and Access Management role for automation, creating an S3 bucket that is noncompliant, and creating an AWS Config rule to remediate any noncompliant S3 buckets.

Time
30 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
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Overview

Gain hands-on experience configuring an AWS Config rule to ensure that public access to Amazon S3 buckets is automatically disabled. Lab activities include: creating an Amazon Identity and Access Management role for automation, creating an S3 bucket that is noncompliant, and creating an AWS Config rule to remediate any noncompliant S3 buckets.