Video: Monitor Federated Access to AWS Accounts

January 14, 2021 | IN AWS, Blog, Query, Video | BY Akash Ganapathi
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This is one in a series of short, simple J1 queries that will help you interrogate your AWS environments. The JupiterOne platform used to run these queries is free.

There are times when understanding the access of AWS through users, IAM users, roles, and groups is insufficient because we’re using perhaps an SSO provider to federate access into AWS. It’s a relatively common scenario, but it can be challenging to understand how those SSO providers provide access into AWS. This query shows how that access is provided.

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FIND User as U 
   THAT ASSIGNED Application as App 
   THAT CONNECTS aws_account with tag.Production=true as AWS 
RETURN 
   U.displayName as User, 
   App.tag.AccountName as IdP, 
   App.displayName as ssoApplication, 
   App.signOnMode as signOnMode, 
   AWS.displayName as awsAccount

 

 

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