To Secure Your AWS Account by Enable This Settings | Must Enable This 5 Settings After The Creating AWS Account

To Secure Your AWS Account by Enable This Settings | Must Enable This 5 Settings After The Creating AWS Account


In this tutorial we will secure our AWS account by enable and configure Security Settings in IAM Service.

Configure Following Setting:

1 - Delete your root access keys - Learn More

2 - Activate MFA on your root account - . Learn More

3 - Create individual IAM users - Learn More

4 - Use groups to assign permissions - Learn More

Apply an IAM password policy
Login to your AWS Account -  https://console.aws.amazon.com

Go to IAM  Service 

IAM - Identity and Access Management

We can give access to our AWS resources by creating AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) users under your AWS account.





Delete your root Access Key - Avoid unrestricted access to your AWS resources. Instead, use IAM user access keys or temporary security credentials

Watch Full video tutorial and enable all security level 



AWS Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) - Click Here 

After Configure, Security Status is



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