Streamline Amazon GuardDuty multi-account management | Amazon Web Services

In the demo, we will explore the Amazon GuardDuty capability to help customers streamline and simplify how they set up and administer protection plan coverage across all member accounts in an organization. Delegated Administrators (DAs) can now enable one or more GuardDuty features, for all existing and newly-added members of an organization within the same region and helps ensure consistent security coverage across their organization.
Customers across many industries and geographies use Amazon GuardDuty to protect their workloads, applications, and data on AWS, including more than 90% of AWS’s 2,000 largest customers. GuardDuty can identify unusual or unauthorized activity like cryptocurrency mining, access to data stored in Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) from unusual locations, or unauthorized access to Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) clusters. GuardDuty Malware Protection adds file scanning for workloads utilizing Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS) volumes to detect the presence of malware. GuardDuty EKS Runtime Monitoring extends the ability to do runtime threat detection for Amazon EKS nodes and containers by monitoring system data telemetry, such as file access, process execution, and network connections.

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