Glossary

AWS Security Hub

AWS Security Hub is a security management service offered by Amazon Web Services (AWS). It is designed to help customers automate and centralize the collection, aggregation, and prioritization of security alerts and findings from multiple sources.

Security Hub provides customers with a single place to view and manage their security alerts and findings from a variety of sources, including AWS services, such as Amazon GuardDuty and Amazon Inspector, as well as third-party security tools, such as Splunk and Symantec. It allows customers to see all of their security alerts and findings in one place, and provides tools for prioritizing, triaging, and responding to these alerts.

To use Security Hub, customers simply enable the service and connect it to their security sources. Security Hub then collects and aggregates the security alerts and findings from these sources, and displays them in the Security Hub console. Customers can then use the console to view and manage their security alerts and findings, and take appropriate action to address identified issues.

One of the key benefits of Security Hub is its ability to help customers reduce the time it takes to identify and respond to security issues. By automating the collection and aggregation of security alerts and findings, Security Hub enables customers to quickly identify and prioritize issues, and take appropriate action to address them.