SourceKeyword - AWS Audit Manager

SourceKeyword

The keyword to search for in AWS CloudTrail logs, AWS Config rules, AWS Security Hub checks, and AWS API names.

To learn more about the supported keywords that you can use when mapping a control data source, see the following pages in the AWS Audit Manager User Guide:

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keywordInputType

The input method for the keyword.

Type: String

Valid Values: SELECT_FROM_LIST

Required: No

keywordValue

The value of the keyword that's used when mapping a control data source. For example, this can be a CloudTrail event name, a rule name for AWS Config, a Security Hub control, or the name of an AWS API call.

If you’re mapping a data source to a rule in AWS Config, the keywordValue that you specify depends on the type of rule:

  • For managed rules, you can use the rule identifier as the keywordValue. You can find the rule identifier from the list of AWS Config managed rules.

  • For custom rules, you form the keywordValue by adding the Custom_ prefix to the rule name. This prefix distinguishes the rule from a managed rule.

    • Custom rule name: my-custom-config-rule

      keywordValue: Custom_my-custom-config-rule

  • For service-linked rules, you form the keywordValue by adding the Custom_ prefix to the rule name. In addition, you remove the suffix ID that appears at the end of the rule name.

    • Service-linked rule name: CustomRuleForAccount-conformance-pack-szsm1uv0w

      keywordValue: Custom_CustomRuleForAccount-conformance-pack

    • Service-linked rule name: OrgConfigRule-s3-bucket-versioning-enabled-dbgzf8ba

      keywordValue: Custom_OrgConfigRule-s3-bucket-versioning-enabled

Type: String

Length Constraints: Minimum length of 1. Maximum length of 100.

Pattern: ^[a-zA-Z_0-9-\s().]+$

Required: No

See Also

For more information about using this API in one of the language-specific AWS SDKs, see the following: