AWS S3 storage

View your Amazon Web Services S3 storage buckets.

Tip We recommend using Sophos Cloud Optix for comprehensive visibility of AWS resources. Sophos Cloud Optix for EDR features are included with the Intercept X Advanced for Server with EDR license.

On the S3 storage tab on the Servers on AWS page, you can view the Amazon Web Services S3 storage buckets associated with your Sophos Central account.

If you can't see your S3 storage buckets here, click AWS account connections (on the right of the screen). For details, see Amazon Web Services Accounts.

We assign a health status to your S3 storage buckets based on our security recommendations.

You can filter your S3 storage buckets by health status, including those with acknowledged health, and by AWS region.

Note The buckets with a bad health status are listed first on the page. Health status is indicated in the first column.

You can acknowledge settings with bad health status to prevent them influencing the health status for the bucket. Buckets with acknowledged settings are given an acknowledged health status.

The S3 storage buckets are listed with their settings and an indicator of whether the setting complies with our security recommendations:

  • Name
  • AWS region
  • AWS account
  • Default encryption
  • Versioning
  • Access control list (public access)
  • Bucket policy
  • CloudTrail logging

You can review the settings for a S3 storage bucket and stop the settings influencing its health status. To do this:

  1. Click on a S3 storage bucket Name.
  2. Optional: Click the Connect to AWS for more storage information link, if required.
  3. Review the health info. For each option:
    1. Click Acknowledge to stop it influencing the health status for the S3 storage bucket.

      The health status updates as you review the options.

  4. Click Save.

    The health status updates on the S3 storage tab.