Config Rules Module on Terraform

Streamline AWS compliance with StratusGrid's Config Rules Terraform module, offering security policy enforcement for your AWS accounts.

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Managing compliance in AWS environments is crucial. StratusGrid's Config Rules Terraform module, available on the Terraform Registry and GitHub, offers a streamlined approach to enforce compliance and governance policies.

Simplifying Compliance Management

This module automates the implementation of AWS Config rules, ensuring consistent baseline configuration across your AWS accounts.

Key Features

  • Automated Compliance Checks: Enforces AWS best practices automatically.
  • Multi-Factor Authentication: Enforces authentication best practices for AWS IAM users.
  • Block AWS root account access keys: Avoid security risks from broad programmatic access to AWS accounts.

Practical Use Cases

  1. Regulatory Compliance: Ensures adherence to industry-specific regulations.
  2. Security Posture Enhancement: Strengthens baseline security for new AWS accounts.

Getting Started

Integrating the AWS Config Rules module into your Terraform setup is straightforward. Simply incorporate the code from our repository into your Terraform configuration to enhance your compliance management.

Explore the StratusGrid Config Rules Module on Terraform

Dive deeper into the capabilities of our Terraform module by visiting the StratusGrid repository. Here, you'll find comprehensive documentation, examples, and the latest updates to ensure your AWS configurations are managed efficiently and securely.

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