Control: 1.21 Ensure that IAM Access analyzer is enabled
Access Analyzer generates a finding when a policy on a resource within your zone of trust allows access from outside your zone of trust. Enable IAM Access analyzer for IAM policies about all resources. After the Analyzer is enabled in IAM, scan results are displayed on the console.
AWS IAM Access Analyzer helps you identify the resources in your organization and accounts, such as Amazon S3 buckets or IAM roles, that are shared with an external entity. This lets you identify unintended access to your resources and data. IAM Access Analyzer continuously monitors all policies for S3 bucket, IAM roles, KMS(Key Management Service) keys, AWS Lambda functions, and Amazon SQS(Simple Queue Service) queues.
Perform the following to enable IAM Access analyzer for IAM policies:
- Sign into the AWS console and open the IAM Dashboard.
- In the left navigation pane, choose Access analyzer.
- Click Create analyzer.
- On the
Create analyzerpage, confirm that the region displayed is the region where you want to enable Access Analyzer.
- Enter a name for the analyzer or can keep the system generated.
- Optional. add any tags that you want to apply to the analyzer.
- Choose Create analyzer.
From Command Line
Run the following command:
aws accessanalyzer create-analyzer --analyzer-name --type
Note: The type of analyzer to create. Only ACCOUNT and ORGANIZATION analyzers are supported. You can create only one analyzer per account per Region. You can create up to 5 analyzers per organization per Region.
Run the control in your terminal:
steampipe check aws_compliance.control.cis_v130_1_21
Snapshot and share results via Steampipe Cloud:
steampipe loginsteampipe check --share aws_compliance.control.cis_v130_1_21
This control uses a named query:iam_access_analyzer_enabled