Ensure your Redshift clusters have audit logs enabled

Ensure that your redshift clusters have audit logging enabled in order to understand who is access your cluster. This is considered a security best practice and should always be done. Ensuring this is enabled will help with NIST, HIPPA, GDPR and PCI-DSS compliance.

Audit & Remediation



  • Select the Cluster hyperlink for the database cluster you would like to check.
  • Under Maintenance and monitoring scroll down to Audit logging and look under Audit logging to see if this is set to Disabled.
  • If Audit logging is currently set to Disabled then select the Edit button.



  • Under Enable audit logging select yes, then select or create the S3 bucket and then confirm.



  • Repeat the outlined steps for each redshift cluster that you have.
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