Amazon GuardDuty RDS Protection | Amazon Web Services

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RDS Protection in Amazon GuardDuty analyzes and profiles RDS login activity for potential access threats to your Amazon Aurora databases (Amazon Aurora MySQL-Compatible Edition and Aurora PostgreSQL-Compatible Edition). This feature allows you to identify potentially suspicious login behavior. RDS Protection doesn't require additional infrastructure; it is designed so as not to affect the performance of your database instances.

When RDS Protection detects a potentially suspicious or anomalous login attempt that indicates a threat to your database, GuardDuty generates a new finding with details about the potentially compromised database.

You can enable or disable the RDS Protection feature for any account in any AWS Region where this feature is available within Amazon GuardDuty, at any time. An existing GuardDuty account can enable RDS Protection with a 30-day trial period. For a new GuardDuty account, RDS Protection is already enabled and included in the 30-day free trial period.

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