Walking around cyber security trade shows, you can’t help but notice how standard pen tester booths are. Pen testers, or penetration testers, simulate an unauthorized attack where they purposely try to infiltrate your network or cloud to uncover security gaps. It’s just like an actual attack made by an ethical hacker you paid for.
Why are such services so in demand? Because the cyber threat landscape exploded in the past few years. Cloud exploitation grew by 95% in 2022 compared to the previous year, and the situation will likely worsen.
Luckily for AWS users, AWS offers GuardDuty to continuously monitor your AWS accounts, detect threats and automate threat response. This article delves deep into the GuardDuty world, exploring its capabilities, use cases, advantages, and potential gaps.
What is AWS GuardDuty?
GuardDuty is a real-time threat ...