Glossary

AWS Audit Manager

AWS Audit Manager is a service offered by Amazon Web Services (AWS) that helps you automate the process of conducting audits and assessments of your AWS resources. It provides a central place to manage and track your audits, and it integrates with a variety of AWS services to help you collect and analyze the data needed for your audits.

Audit Manager llows you to define custom audit workflows and schedule audits on a regular basis, so you don't have to manually conduct audits on an ad-hoc basis. It also provides a range of tools and features to help you collect and analyze the data needed for your audits, such as automated data collection, data visualization, and reporting.

Another key feature of AWS Audit Manager is its integration with other AWS services. It integrates with services such as AWS CloudTrail, Amazon CloudWatch, and AWS Config to help you collect and analyze the data needed for your audits. It also integrates with AWS Organizations to allow you to conduct audits across multiple AWS accounts and regions.

In addition to these features, AWS Audit Manager also provides a number of other benefits. It is easy to use, with a simple and intuitive interface, and it has a number of built-in security controls, such as encryption and access controls, to help you maintain the security and compliance of your audits.