Ensure your S3 buckets have access logging enabled

Ensure that your S3 buckets have server access logging enabled to understand who is access your buckets and what changes are being made. This is considered a security best practice and should always enabled on every bucket. Ensuring this is enabled will help with NIST,PCI-DSS, HIPPA and GDPR compliance.

Audit & Remediation



  • Select the Name hyperlink for the S3 bucket you would like to check.
  • Under Properties select Server access logging. If this is set to Disabled, then choose Enable logging and choose a Target bucket and Save.



  • Repeat the outlined steps for each S3 bucket that you have.
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