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Amazon Web Services Navigating GDPR Compliance on AWS 14 With AWS Config, you can do the following: • Evaluate your AWS resource configurations for to verify the settings are correct. • Get a snapshot of the current configurations of the supported resources that are associated with your AWS account. • Get configurations of one or more resources that exist in your account. • Get historical configurations of one or more resources. • Get a notification when a resource is created, modified, or deleted. • See relationships between resources. For example, you might want to find all resources that use a particular security group. Compliance Auditing & Security Analytics with AWS CloudTrail With AWS CloudTrail, you can continuously monitor AWS Account activity. A history of the AWS API calls for your account is captured, including API calls made through the AWS Management Console, the AWS SDKs, the command line tools, and higher-level AWS services. You can identify which users and accounts called AWS APIs for services that support CloudTrail, the source IP address the calls were made from, and when the calls occurred. You can integrate CloudTrail into applications using the API, automate trail creation for your organization, check the status of your trails, and control how administrators enable and disable CloudTrail logging. You can organize and store CloudTrail logs in an Amazon S3 bucket for auditing purposes or for troubleshooting activities.

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