CloudTrail consolidation affects the installation for Alert Logic® Cloud Insight™ and Cloud Defender™ in that you must provide two Identity and Access Management (IAM) roles: one for the account being protected and one for the account that owns the S3 bucket where the logs are being stored. The Alert Logic console supports a very intuitive process to set up accounts with CloudTrail consolidation.
Articles in this section
- Can Threat Manager scan in Amazon Web Services environments?
- Can vulnerability scanning credentials be defined based on an SSH key versus username and password?
- Does Alert Logic offer penetration testing?
- Does Alert Logic provide a Web Application Security scan?
- How do credentialed scans work?
- How do I ignore a vulnerability that does not apply to my host?
- How do I set up a scan?
- How does CloudTrail consolidation affect install, especially if performing a self-service install via alertlogic.com?
- How many CPUs are required on a Threat Manager appliance to enable internal vulnerability scanning?
- How many vulnerabilities does Alert Logic scan for?