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A company has a guideline that mandates the encryption of all Amazon S3 bucket data in transit. A security engineer must implement an S3 bucket policy that denies any S3 operations if data is not encrypted.
Which S3 bucket policy will meet this requirement?

 

 

 

 







A company uses a third-party identity provider and SAML-based SSO for its AWS accounts. After the third-party identity provider renewed an expired signing certificate, users saw the following message when trying to log in: 
Error: Response Signature Invalid (Service: AWSSecurityTokenService; 
Status Code: 400; 
Error Code: InvalidldentityToken)
A security engineer needs to provide a solution that corrects the error and min-imizes operational overhead. Which solution meets these requirements?

 

Upload the third-party signing certificate's new private key to the AWS identity provider entity defined in AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) by using the AWS Management Console.

 

Sign the identity provider's metadata file with the new public key. Upload the signature to the AWS identity provider entity defined in AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) by using the AWS CU.

 

Download the updated SAML metadata file from the identity service provid-er. Update the file in the AWS identity provider entity defined in AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) by using the AWS CLI.

 

Configure the AWS identity provider entity defined in AWS Identity and Ac-cess Management (IAM) to synchronously fetch the new public key by using the AWS Management Console.


Download the updated SAML metadata file from the identity service provid-er. Update the file in the AWS identity provider entity defined in AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) by using the AWS CLI.






A development team is attempting to encrypt and decode a secure string parameter from the IAM Systems Manager Parameter Store using an IAM Key Management Service (IAM KMS) CMK. However, each attempt results in an error message being sent to the development team.
Which CMK-related problems possibly account for the error? (Select two.)

 

The CMK is used in the attempt does not exist.

 

The CMK is used in the attempt needs to be rotated.

 

The CMK is used in the attempt is using the CMK€™s key ID instead of the CMK ARN.

 

The CMK is used in the attempt is not enabled.

 

The CMK is used in the attempt is using an alias.


The CMK is used in the attempt does not exist.


The CMK is used in the attempt is not enabled.






A company’s security team needs to receive a notification whenever an AWS access key has not been rotated in 90 or more days. A security engineer must develop a solution that provides these notifications automatically. Which solution will meet these requirements with the LEAST amount of effort?

 

Deploy an AWS Config managed rule to run on a periodic basis of 24 hours. Select the access-keys-rotated managed rule, and set the maxAccessKeyAge parameter to 90 days. Create an Amazon EventBridge (Amazon CloudWatch Events) rule with an event pattern hat matches the compliance type of NON_COMPLIANT from AWS Config for the managed rule. Configure EventBridge (CloudWatch Events) to send an Amazon Simple
Notification Service (Amazon SNS) notification to the security team.

 

Create a script to export a .csv file from the AWS Trusted Advisor check for IAM access key rotation. Load the script into an AWS Lambda function that will upload the .csv file to an Amazon S3 bucket. Create an Amazon Athena table query that runs when the .csv file is uploaded to the S3 bucket. Publish the results for any keys older than 90 days by using an invocation of an Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS) notification to the security team.

 

Create a script to download the IAM credentials report on a periodic basis. Load the script into an AWS Lambda function that will run on a schedule through Amazon EventBridge (Amazon CloudWatch Events). Configure the Lambda script to load the report into memory and to filter the report for records in which the key was last rotated at least 90 days ago. If any records are detected, send an Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS) notification to the security team.

 

Create an AWS Lambda function that queries the IAM API to list all the users. Iterate through the users by using the ListAccessKeys operation. Verify that the value in the CreateDate field is not at least 90 days old. Send an Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS) notification to the security team if the value is at least 90 days old. Create an Amazon EventBridge (Amazon CloudWatch Events) rule to schedule the Lambda function to run each day.


Deploy an AWS Config managed rule to run on a periodic basis of 24 hours. Select the access-keys-rotated managed rule, and set the maxAccessKeyAge parameter to 90 days. Create an Amazon EventBridge (Amazon CloudWatch Events) rule with an event pattern hat matches the compliance type of NON_COMPLIANT from AWS Config for the managed rule. Configure EventBridge (CloudWatch Events) to send an Amazon Simple
Notification Service (Amazon SNS) notification to the security team.






A security team is working on a solution that will use Amazon EventBridge (Amazon CloudWatch Events) to monitor new Amazon S3 objects. The solution will monitor for public access and for changes to any S3 bucket policy or setting that result in public access. The security team configures EventBridge to watch for specific API calls that are logged from AWS CloudTrail. EventBridge has an action to send an email notification through Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS) to the security team immediately with details of the API call. Specifically, the security team wants EventBridge to watch for the s3:PutObjectAcl, s3:DeleteBucketPolicy, and s3:PutBucketPolicy API invocation logs from CloudTrail. While developing the solution in a single account, the security team discovers that the s3:PutObjectAcl API call does not invoke an EventBridge event. However, the s3:DeleteBucketPolicy API call and the s3:PutBucketPolicy API call do invoke an event. The security team has enabled CloudTrail for AWS management events with a basic configuration in the AWS Region in which EventBridge is being tested. Verification of the EventBridge event pattern indicates that the pattern is set up correctly. The security team must implement a solution so that the s3:PutObjectAcl API call will invoke an EventBridge event. The solution must not generate false notifications. Which solution will meet these requirements?

 

Modify the EventBridge event pattern by selecting Amazon S3. Select All Events as the event type.

 

Modify the EventBridge event pattern by selecting Amazon S3. Select Bucket Level Operations as the event type.

 

Enable CloudTrail Insights to identify unusual API activity.

 

Enable CloudTrail to monitor data events for read and write operations to S3 buckets.


Enable CloudTrail to monitor data events for read and write operations to S3 buckets.




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