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[ aws . fms ]

get-policy

Description

Returns information about the specified AWS Firewall Manager policy.

See also: AWS API Documentation

See 'aws help' for descriptions of global parameters.

Synopsis

  get-policy
--policy-id <value>
[--cli-input-json <value>]
[--generate-cli-skeleton <value>]

Options

--policy-id (string)

The ID of the AWS Firewall Manager policy that you want the details for.

--cli-input-json (string) Performs service operation based on the JSON string provided. The JSON string follows the format provided by --generate-cli-skeleton. If other arguments are provided on the command line, the CLI values will override the JSON-provided values. It is not possible to pass arbitrary binary values using a JSON-provided value as the string will be taken literally.

--generate-cli-skeleton (string) Prints a JSON skeleton to standard output without sending an API request. If provided with no value or the value input, prints a sample input JSON that can be used as an argument for --cli-input-json. If provided with the value output, it validates the command inputs and returns a sample output JSON for that command.

See 'aws help' for descriptions of global parameters.

Examples

To retrieve a Firewall Manager policy

The following get-policy example retrieves the policy with the specified ID.

aws fms get-policy \
    --policy-id a1b2c3d4-5678-90ab-cdef-EXAMPLE11111

Output:

{
    "Policy": {
        "PolicyId": "a1b2c3d4-5678-90ab-cdef-EXAMPLE11111",
        "PolicyName": "test",
        "PolicyUpdateToken": "1:p+2RpKR4wPFx7mcrL1UOQQ==",
        "SecurityServicePolicyData": {
            "Type": "SECURITY_GROUPS_COMMON",
            "ManagedServiceData": "{\"type\":\"SECURITY_GROUPS_COMMON\",\"revertManualSecurityGroupChanges\":true,\"exclusiveResourceSecurityGroupManagement\":false,\"securityGroups\":[{\"id\":\"sg-045c43ccc9724e63e\"}]}"
        },
        "ResourceType": "AWS::EC2::Instance",
        "ResourceTags": [],
        "ExcludeResourceTags": false,
        "RemediationEnabled": false
    },
    "PolicyArn": "arn:aws:fms:us-west-2:123456789012:policy/d1ac59b8-938e-42b3-b2e0-7c620422ddc2"
}

For more information, see Working with AWS Firewall Manager Policies in the AWS WAF, AWS Firewall Manager, and AWS Shield Advanced Developer Guide.

Output

Policy -> (structure)

Information about the specified AWS Firewall Manager policy.

PolicyId -> (string)

The ID of the AWS Firewall Manager policy.

PolicyName -> (string)

The name of the AWS Firewall Manager policy.

PolicyUpdateToken -> (string)

A unique identifier for each update to the policy. When issuing a PutPolicy request, the PolicyUpdateToken in the request must match the PolicyUpdateToken of the current policy version. To get the PolicyUpdateToken of the current policy version, use a GetPolicy request.

SecurityServicePolicyData -> (structure)

Details about the security service that is being used to protect the resources.

Type -> (string)

The service that the policy is using to protect the resources. This specifies the type of policy that is created, either an AWS WAF policy, a Shield Advanced policy, or a security group policy. For security group policies, Firewall Manager supports one security group for each common policy and for each content audit policy. This is an adjustable limit that you can increase by contacting AWS Support.

ManagedServiceData -> (string)

Details about the service that are specific to the service type, in JSON format. For service type SHIELD_ADVANCED , this is an empty string.

  • Example: WAFV2 "ManagedServiceData": "{\"type\":\"WAFV2\",\"defaultAction\":{\"type\":\"ALLOW\"},\"preProcessRuleGroups\":[{\"managedRuleGroupIdentifier\":null,\"ruleGroupArn\":\"rulegrouparn\",\"overrideAction\":{\"type\":\"COUNT\"},\"excludeRules\":[{\"name\":\"EntityName\"}],\"ruleGroupType\":\"RuleGroup\"}],\"postProcessRuleGroups\":[{\"managedRuleGroupIdentifier\":{\"managedRuleGroupName\":\"AWSManagedRulesAdminProtectionRuleSet\",\"vendorName\":\"AWS\"},\"ruleGroupArn\":\"rulegrouparn\",\"overrideAction\":{\"type\":\"NONE\"},\"excludeRules\":[],\"ruleGroupType\":\"ManagedRuleGroup\"}],\"overrideCustomerWebACLAssociation\":false}"
  • Example: WAF Classic "ManagedServiceData": "{\"type\": \"WAF\", \"ruleGroups\": [{\"id\": \"12345678-1bcd-9012-efga-0987654321ab\", \"overrideAction\" : {\"type\": \"COUNT\"}}], \"defaultAction\": {\"type\": \"BLOCK\"}}
  • Example: SECURITY_GROUPS_COMMON "SecurityServicePolicyData":{"Type":"SECURITY_GROUPS_COMMON","ManagedServiceData":"{\"type\":\"SECURITY_GROUPS_COMMON\",\"revertManualSecurityGroupChanges\":false,\"exclusiveResourceSecurityGroupManagement\":false, \"applyToAllEC2InstanceENIs\":false,\"securityGroups\":[{\"id\":\" sg-000e55995d61a06bd\"}]}"},"RemediationEnabled":false,"ResourceType":"AWS::EC2::NetworkInterface"}
  • Example: SECURITY_GROUPS_CONTENT_AUDIT "SecurityServicePolicyData":{"Type":"SECURITY_GROUPS_CONTENT_AUDIT","ManagedServiceData":"{\"type\":\"SECURITY_GROUPS_CONTENT_AUDIT\",\"securityGroups\":[{\"id\":\" sg-000e55995d61a06bd \"}],\"securityGroupAction\":{\"type\":\"ALLOW\"}}"},"RemediationEnabled":false,"ResourceType":"AWS::EC2::NetworkInterface"} The security group action for content audit can be ALLOW or DENY . For ALLOW , all in-scope security group rules must be within the allowed range of the policy's security group rules. For DENY , all in-scope security group rules must not contain a value or a range that matches a rule value or range in the policy security group.
  • Example: SECURITY_GROUPS_USAGE_AUDIT "SecurityServicePolicyData":{"Type":"SECURITY_GROUPS_USAGE_AUDIT","ManagedServiceData":"{\"type\":\"SECURITY_GROUPS_USAGE_AUDIT\",\"deleteUnusedSecurityGroups\":true,\"coalesceRedundantSecurityGroups\":true}"},"RemediationEnabled":false,"Resou rceType":"AWS::EC2::SecurityGroup"}

ResourceType -> (string)

The type of resource protected by or in scope of the policy. This is in the format shown in the AWS Resource Types Reference . For AWS WAF and Shield Advanced, examples include AWS::ElasticLoadBalancingV2::LoadBalancer and AWS::CloudFront::Distribution . For a security group common policy, valid values are AWS::EC2::NetworkInterface and AWS::EC2::Instance . For a security group content audit policy, valid values are AWS::EC2::SecurityGroup , AWS::EC2::NetworkInterface , and AWS::EC2::Instance . For a security group usage audit policy, the value is AWS::EC2::SecurityGroup .

ResourceTypeList -> (list)

An array of ResourceType .

(string)

ResourceTags -> (list)

An array of ResourceTag objects.

(structure)

The resource tags that AWS Firewall Manager uses to determine if a particular resource should be included or excluded from the AWS Firewall Manager policy. Tags enable you to categorize your AWS resources in different ways, for example, by purpose, owner, or environment. Each tag consists of a key and an optional value. Firewall Manager combines the tags with "AND" so that, if you add more than one tag to a policy scope, a resource must have all the specified tags to be included or excluded. For more information, see Working with Tag Editor .

Key -> (string)

The resource tag key.

Value -> (string)

The resource tag value.

ExcludeResourceTags -> (boolean)

If set to True , resources with the tags that are specified in the ResourceTag array are not in scope of the policy. If set to False , and the ResourceTag array is not null, only resources with the specified tags are in scope of the policy.

RemediationEnabled -> (boolean)

Indicates if the policy should be automatically applied to new resources.

IncludeMap -> (map)

Specifies the AWS account IDs and AWS Organizations organizational units (OUs) to include in the policy. Specifying an OU is the equivalent of specifying all accounts in the OU and in any of its child OUs, including any child OUs and accounts that are added at a later time.

You can specify inclusions or exclusions, but not both. If you specify an IncludeMap , AWS Firewall Manager applies the policy to all accounts specified by the IncludeMap , and does not evaluate any ExcludeMap specifications. If you do not specify an IncludeMap , then Firewall Manager applies the policy to all accounts except for those specified by the ExcludeMap .

You can specify account IDs, OUs, or a combination:

  • Specify account IDs by setting the key to ACCOUNT . For example, the following is a valid map: {“ACCOUNT” : [“accountID1”, “accountID2”]} .
  • Specify OUs by setting the key to ORG_UNIT . For example, the following is a valid map: {“ORG_UNIT” : [“ouid111”, “ouid112”]} .
  • Specify accounts and OUs together in a single map, separated with a comma. For example, the following is a valid map: {“ACCOUNT” : [“accountID1”, “accountID2”], “ORG_UNIT” : [“ouid111”, “ouid112”]} .

key -> (string)

value -> (list)

(string)

ExcludeMap -> (map)

Specifies the AWS account IDs and AWS Organizations organizational units (OUs) to exclude from the policy. Specifying an OU is the equivalent of specifying all accounts in the OU and in any of its child OUs, including any child OUs and accounts that are added at a later time.

You can specify inclusions or exclusions, but not both. If you specify an IncludeMap , AWS Firewall Manager applies the policy to all accounts specified by the IncludeMap , and does not evaluate any ExcludeMap specifications. If you do not specify an IncludeMap , then Firewall Manager applies the policy to all accounts except for those specified by the ExcludeMap .

You can specify account IDs, OUs, or a combination:

  • Specify account IDs by setting the key to ACCOUNT . For example, the following is a valid map: {“ACCOUNT” : [“accountID1”, “accountID2”]} .
  • Specify OUs by setting the key to ORG_UNIT . For example, the following is a valid map: {“ORG_UNIT” : [“ouid111”, “ouid112”]} .
  • Specify accounts and OUs together in a single map, separated with a comma. For example, the following is a valid map: {“ACCOUNT” : [“accountID1”, “accountID2”], “ORG_UNIT” : [“ouid111”, “ouid112”]} .

key -> (string)

value -> (list)

(string)

PolicyArn -> (string)

The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the specified policy.