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An AWS security group functions like a firewall, providing security at the protocol and port access levels. Rules added to a security group allow traffic to or from the security group's associated instances. These rules can be modified at any time and are automatically applied to all instances that are associated with the security group.
Accidentally adding a malicious IP address to a security group can result in a security fiasco. With so much at stake, keeping track of every security group change is of utmost importance. Cloud Security Plus offers reports on security group changes, enabling security administrators to quickly detect anomalies and mitigate threats.
These reports provide information on security group changes, including details about the event, the user who made the change, and the source IP from which the change was made. These reports track a number of security group changes, including: