Security Groups - add permission¶
The following example policy will automatically create a CloudWatch Event Rule triggered Lambda function in your account and region which will be triggered anytime a user creates or modifies a security group. This provides near real-time auto-remediation action (typically within a minute) of the security group change. Having such a quick auto-remediation action greatly reduces any attack window! User defined rule is added to the filtered results.
policies: - name: sg-add-permission resource: security-group description: | Add rule to a security group. Filter any security group that allows 0.0.0.0/0 or ::/0 (IPv6) ingress on port 22, remove the rule and add user defined sg rule mode: type: cloudtrail events: - source: ec2.amazonaws.com event: AuthorizeSecurityGroupIngress ids: "responseElements.securityGroupRuleSet.items.groupId" - source: ec2.amazonaws.com event: RevokeSecurityGroupIngress ids: "requestParameters.groupId" filters: - or: - type: ingress IpProtocol: "-1" Ports:  Cidr: "0.0.0.0/0" - type: ingress IpProtocol: "-1" Ports:  CidrV6: "::/0" actions: - type: set-permissions # remove the permission matched by a previous ingress filter. remove-ingress: matched # add a list of permissions to the group. add-ingress: # full syntax/parameters to authorize can be used. - IpPermissions: - IpProtocol: TCP FromPort: 22 ToPort: 22 IpRanges: - Description: Ops SSH Access CidrIp: "22.214.171.124/32" - Description: Security SSH Access CidrIp: "126.96.36.199/32"