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AWS GuardDuty Integration
AWS GuardDuty is a threat detection service that continuously monitors your AWS accounts and workloads for malicious activity and delivers detailed security findings for visibility and remediation.

In iLert

  • Go to the "Alert sources" tab and click "Create new alert source"
  • Enter a name and select your desired escalation policy.
  • Select "AWS GuardDuty" as the Integration Type and click Save.
  • On the next page, an AWS GuardDuty URL is generated. You will need the URL for the webhook configuration

In AWS Dashboard

  • Use the search bar and select Simple Notification Service (SNS). Select Topics and click Create Topic in the SNS Dashboard.
  • Input a Topic name and Display name and Create topic. After the topic has been created, Select Subscriptions in the left hand menu and click Create Subscription.
  • Select HTTPS Protocol and put the URL that was received from iLert side into the Endpoint field, keep the Enable raw message delivery checkbox unchecked and Create Subscription.
  • The subscription would be confirmed automatically on iLert side, but make sure the Subscription ID is not in PendingConfirmation state.
  • Search and select the Amazon GuardDuty console in the Service Search. Search for GuardDuty click Enable GuardDuty if this is the first time enabling Amazon GuardDuty.
  • If the GuardDuty is enabled, CloudWatch Event Rules can be configured to send alerts to iLert and please navigate to the CloudWatch console.
  • To create a rule, select Rules under Events and then click Create Rules. Select GuardDuty as the Service Name and then choose GuardDuty Finding as the Event Type.
  • Click Add a target and select SNS topic, select Your Topic Name that has been created earlier and then click Configure Details.
  • Assign a Name like ilert-incidents and click Create Rule.
  • In order to test this, go back to the Amazon GuardDuty console and generate sample findings, to create event in iLert.
  • Select Settings, then select Generate Sample Findings and then click Findings in the left navigation bar.
  • The sample findings should have been generated, and it will create the event in the iLert automatically.
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