Guided Walkthroughs

By Implementation

Service Control PoliciesConfig RulesAuto Remediation RulesConformance PacksAmazon GuardDutyAmazon InspectorAWS Security HubAWS Network FirewallRoute53 Resolver SecurityAmazon MacieS3 Bucket PoliciesCloudWatch Alarms and Event RulesAWS WAFAWS Secrets ManagerAWS Systems ManagerSecurity Groups & NACLsAWS KMSIAM PoliciesVPC Endpoint PoliciesAmazon ECRRDS Event SubscriptionsAWS Resource Access Manager (RAM)

By Service Protected

Configuration Packages

Strategy Guides

Other

Config Rules

Root Account Hardware MFA Check

A config rule that checks whether your AWS account is enabled to use multi-factor authentication (MFA) hardware device to sign in with root credentials. The rule is NON_COMPLIANT if any virtual MFA devices are permitted for signing in with root credentials.

Items
1
Size
0.7 KB
AWSTemplateFormatVersion: "2010-09-09"
Description: ""
Resources:
  ConfigRule:
    Type: "AWS::Config::ConfigRule"
    Properties:
      ConfigRuleName: "root-account-hardware-mfa-enabled"
      Scope:
        ComplianceResourceTypes: []
      Description: "A config rule that checks whether your AWS account is enabled to use multi-factor authentication (MFA) hardware device to sign in with root credentials. The rule is NON_COMPLIANT if any virtual MFA devices are permitted for signing in with root credent..."
      Source:
        Owner: "AWS"
        SourceIdentifier: "ROOT_ACCOUNT_HARDWARE_MFA_ENABLED"
      MaximumExecutionFrequency: "TwentyFour_Hours"
Parameters: {}
Metadata: {}
Conditions: {}

Actions



Customize Template

Rule Settings


Rule Parameters

No rule paramters

Trigger Settings

* Required field