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Class: AWS.SecurityHub

Inherits:
AWS.Service show all
Identifier:
securityhub
API Version:
2018-10-26
Defined in:
(unknown)

Overview

Constructs a service interface object. Each API operation is exposed as a function on service.

Service Description

Security Hub provides you with a comprehensive view of the security state of your AWS environment and resources. It also provides you with the readiness status of your environment based on controls from supported security standards. Security Hub collects security data from AWS accounts, services, and integrated third-party products and helps you analyze security trends in your environment to identify the highest priority security issues. For more information about Security Hub, see the AWS Security Hub User Guide .

When you use operations in the Security Hub API, the requests are executed only in the AWS Region that is currently active or in the specific AWS Region that you specify in your request. Any configuration or settings change that results from the operation is applied only to that Region. To make the same change in other Regions, execute the same command for each Region to apply the change to.

For example, if your Region is set to us-west-2, when you use CreateMembers to add a member account to Security Hub, the association of the member account with the master account is created only in the us-west-2 Region. Security Hub must be enabled for the member account in the same Region that the invitation was sent from.

The following throttling limits apply to using Security Hub API operations.

  • GetFindings - RateLimit of 3 requests per second. BurstLimit of 6 requests per second.

  • UpdateFindings - RateLimit of 1 request per second. BurstLimit of 5 requests per second.

  • All other operations - RateLimit of 10 requests per second. BurstLimit of 30 requests per second.

Sending a Request Using SecurityHub

var securityhub = new AWS.SecurityHub();
securityhub.createActionTarget(params, function (err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Locking the API Version

In order to ensure that the SecurityHub object uses this specific API, you can construct the object by passing the apiVersion option to the constructor:

var securityhub = new AWS.SecurityHub({apiVersion: '2018-10-26'});

You can also set the API version globally in AWS.config.apiVersions using the securityhub service identifier:

AWS.config.apiVersions = {
  securityhub: '2018-10-26',
  // other service API versions
};

var securityhub = new AWS.SecurityHub();

Version:

  • 2018-10-26

Constructor Summary collapse

Property Summary collapse

Properties inherited from AWS.Service

apiVersions

Method Summary collapse

Methods inherited from AWS.Service

makeRequest, makeUnauthenticatedRequest, waitFor, setupRequestListeners, defineService

Constructor Details

new AWS.SecurityHub(options = {}) ⇒ Object

Constructs a service object. This object has one method for each API operation.

Examples:

Constructing a SecurityHub object

var securityhub = new AWS.SecurityHub({apiVersion: '2018-10-26'});

Options Hash (options):

  • params (map)

    An optional map of parameters to bind to every request sent by this service object. For more information on bound parameters, see "Working with Services" in the Getting Started Guide.

  • endpoint (String)

    The endpoint URI to send requests to. The default endpoint is built from the configured region. The endpoint should be a string like 'https://{service}.{region}.amazonaws.com'.

  • accessKeyId (String)

    your AWS access key ID.

  • secretAccessKey (String)

    your AWS secret access key.

  • sessionToken (AWS.Credentials)

    the optional AWS session token to sign requests with.

  • credentials (AWS.Credentials)

    the AWS credentials to sign requests with. You can either specify this object, or specify the accessKeyId and secretAccessKey options directly.

  • credentialProvider (AWS.CredentialProviderChain)

    the provider chain used to resolve credentials if no static credentials property is set.

  • region (String)

    the region to send service requests to. See AWS.SecurityHub.region for more information.

  • maxRetries (Integer)

    the maximum amount of retries to attempt with a request. See AWS.SecurityHub.maxRetries for more information.

  • maxRedirects (Integer)

    the maximum amount of redirects to follow with a request. See AWS.SecurityHub.maxRedirects for more information.

  • sslEnabled (Boolean)

    whether to enable SSL for requests.

  • paramValidation (Boolean|map)

    whether input parameters should be validated against the operation description before sending the request. Defaults to true. Pass a map to enable any of the following specific validation features:

    • min [Boolean] — Validates that a value meets the min constraint. This is enabled by default when paramValidation is set to true.
    • max [Boolean] — Validates that a value meets the max constraint.
    • pattern [Boolean] — Validates that a string value matches a regular expression.
    • enum [Boolean] — Validates that a string value matches one of the allowable enum values.
  • computeChecksums (Boolean)

    whether to compute checksums for payload bodies when the service accepts it (currently supported in S3 only)

  • convertResponseTypes (Boolean)

    whether types are converted when parsing response data. Currently only supported for JSON based services. Turning this off may improve performance on large response payloads. Defaults to true.

  • correctClockSkew (Boolean)

    whether to apply a clock skew correction and retry requests that fail because of an skewed client clock. Defaults to false.

  • s3ForcePathStyle (Boolean)

    whether to force path style URLs for S3 objects.

  • s3BucketEndpoint (Boolean)

    whether the provided endpoint addresses an individual bucket (false if it addresses the root API endpoint). Note that setting this configuration option requires an endpoint to be provided explicitly to the service constructor.

  • s3DisableBodySigning (Boolean)

    whether S3 body signing should be disabled when using signature version v4. Body signing can only be disabled when using https. Defaults to true.

  • s3UsEast1RegionalEndpoint ('legacy'|'regional')

    when region is set to 'us-east-1', whether to send s3 request to global endpoints or 'us-east-1' regional endpoints. This config is only applicable to S3 client. Defaults to legacy

  • s3UseArnRegion (Boolean)

    whether to override the request region with the region inferred from requested resource's ARN. Only available for S3 buckets Defaults to true

  • retryDelayOptions (map)

    A set of options to configure the retry delay on retryable errors. Currently supported options are:

    • base [Integer] — The base number of milliseconds to use in the exponential backoff for operation retries. Defaults to 100 ms for all services except DynamoDB, where it defaults to 50ms.
    • customBackoff [function] — A custom function that accepts a retry count and error and returns the amount of time to delay in milliseconds. If the result is a non-zero negative value, no further retry attempts will be made. The base option will be ignored if this option is supplied.
  • httpOptions (map)

    A set of options to pass to the low-level HTTP request. Currently supported options are:

    • proxy [String] — the URL to proxy requests through
    • agent [http.Agent, https.Agent] — the Agent object to perform HTTP requests with. Used for connection pooling. Defaults to the global agent (http.globalAgent) for non-SSL connections. Note that for SSL connections, a special Agent object is used in order to enable peer certificate verification. This feature is only available in the Node.js environment.
    • connectTimeout [Integer] — Sets the socket to timeout after failing to establish a connection with the server after connectTimeout milliseconds. This timeout has no effect once a socket connection has been established.
    • timeout [Integer] — Sets the socket to timeout after timeout milliseconds of inactivity on the socket. Defaults to two minutes (120000).
    • xhrAsync [Boolean] — Whether the SDK will send asynchronous HTTP requests. Used in the browser environment only. Set to false to send requests synchronously. Defaults to true (async on).
    • xhrWithCredentials [Boolean] — Sets the "withCredentials" property of an XMLHttpRequest object. Used in the browser environment only. Defaults to false.
  • apiVersion (String, Date)

    a String in YYYY-MM-DD format (or a date) that represents the latest possible API version that can be used in all services (unless overridden by apiVersions). Specify 'latest' to use the latest possible version.

  • apiVersions (map<String, String|Date>)

    a map of service identifiers (the lowercase service class name) with the API version to use when instantiating a service. Specify 'latest' for each individual that can use the latest available version.

  • logger (#write, #log)

    an object that responds to .write() (like a stream) or .log() (like the console object) in order to log information about requests

  • systemClockOffset (Number)

    an offset value in milliseconds to apply to all signing times. Use this to compensate for clock skew when your system may be out of sync with the service time. Note that this configuration option can only be applied to the global AWS.config object and cannot be overridden in service-specific configuration. Defaults to 0 milliseconds.

  • signatureVersion (String)

    the signature version to sign requests with (overriding the API configuration). Possible values are: 'v2', 'v3', 'v4'.

  • signatureCache (Boolean)

    whether the signature to sign requests with (overriding the API configuration) is cached. Only applies to the signature version 'v4'. Defaults to true.

  • dynamoDbCrc32 (Boolean)

    whether to validate the CRC32 checksum of HTTP response bodies returned by DynamoDB. Default: true.

  • useAccelerateEndpoint (Boolean)

    Whether to use the S3 Transfer Acceleration endpoint with the S3 service. Default: false.

  • clientSideMonitoring (Boolean)

    whether to collect and publish this client's performance metrics of all its API requests.

  • endpointDiscoveryEnabled (Boolean|undefined)

    whether to call operations with endpoints given by service dynamically. Setting this

  • endpointCacheSize (Number)

    the size of the global cache storing endpoints from endpoint discovery operations. Once endpoint cache is created, updating this setting cannot change existing cache size. Defaults to 1000

  • hostPrefixEnabled (Boolean)

    whether to marshal request parameters to the prefix of hostname. Defaults to true.

  • stsRegionalEndpoints ('legacy'|'regional')

    whether to send sts request to global endpoints or regional endpoints. Defaults to 'legacy'.

Property Details

endpointAWS.Endpoint (readwrite)

Returns an Endpoint object representing the endpoint URL for service requests.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Endpoint)

    an Endpoint object representing the endpoint URL for service requests.

Method Details

acceptInvitation(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Accepts the invitation to be a member account and be monitored by the Security Hub master account that the invitation was sent from.

When the member account accepts the invitation, permission is granted to the master account to view findings generated in the member account.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the acceptInvitation operation

var params = {
  InvitationId: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
  MasterId: 'STRING_VALUE' /* required */
};
securityhub.acceptInvitation(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • MasterId — (String)

      The account ID of the Security Hub master account that sent the invitation.

    • InvitationId — (String)

      The ID of the invitation sent from the Security Hub master account.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

batchDisableStandards(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Disables the standards specified by the provided StandardsSubscriptionArns.

For more information, see Security Standards section of the AWS Security Hub User Guide.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the batchDisableStandards operation

var params = {
  StandardsSubscriptionArns: [ /* required */
    'STRING_VALUE',
    /* more items */
  ]
};
securityhub.batchDisableStandards(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • StandardsSubscriptionArns — (Array<String>)

      The ARNs of the standards subscriptions to disable.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs. The data object has the following properties:

      • StandardsSubscriptions — (Array<map>)

        The details of the standards subscriptions that were disabled.

        • StandardsSubscriptionArnrequired — (String)

          The ARN of a resource that represents your subscription to a supported standard.

        • StandardsArnrequired — (String)

          The ARN of a standard.

        • StandardsInputrequired — (map<String>)

          A key-value pair of input for the standard.

        • StandardsStatusrequired — (String)

          The status of the standards subscription.

          Possible values include:
          • "PENDING"
          • "READY"
          • "FAILED"
          • "DELETING"
          • "INCOMPLETE"

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

batchEnableStandards(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Enables the standards specified by the provided StandardsArn. To obtain the ARN for a standard, use the DescribeStandards operation.

For more information, see the Security Standards section of the AWS Security Hub User Guide.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the batchEnableStandards operation

var params = {
  StandardsSubscriptionRequests: [ /* required */
    {
      StandardsArn: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
      StandardsInput: {
        '<NonEmptyString>': 'STRING_VALUE',
        /* '<NonEmptyString>': ... */
      }
    },
    /* more items */
  ]
};
securityhub.batchEnableStandards(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • StandardsSubscriptionRequests — (Array<map>)

      The list of standards checks to enable.

      • StandardsArnrequired — (String)

        The ARN of the standard that you want to enable. To view the list of available standards and their ARNs, use the DescribeStandards operation.

      • StandardsInput — (map<String>)

        A key-value pair of input for the standard.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs. The data object has the following properties:

      • StandardsSubscriptions — (Array<map>)

        The details of the standards subscriptions that were enabled.

        • StandardsSubscriptionArnrequired — (String)

          The ARN of a resource that represents your subscription to a supported standard.

        • StandardsArnrequired — (String)

          The ARN of a standard.

        • StandardsInputrequired — (map<String>)

          A key-value pair of input for the standard.

        • StandardsStatusrequired — (String)

          The status of the standards subscription.

          Possible values include:
          • "PENDING"
          • "READY"
          • "FAILED"
          • "DELETING"
          • "INCOMPLETE"

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

batchImportFindings(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Imports security findings generated from an integrated third-party product into Security Hub. This action is requested by the integrated product to import its findings into Security Hub.

The maximum allowed size for a finding is 240 Kb. An error is returned for any finding larger than 240 Kb.

After a finding is created, BatchImportFindings cannot be used to update the following finding fields and objects, which Security Hub customers use to manage their investigation workflow.

  • Confidence

  • Criticality

  • Note

  • RelatedFindings

  • Severity

  • Types

  • UserDefinedFields

  • VerificationState

  • Workflow

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the batchImportFindings operation

var params = {
  Findings: [ /* required */
    {
      AwsAccountId: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
      CreatedAt: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
      Description: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
      GeneratorId: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
      Id: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
      ProductArn: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
      Resources: [ /* required */
        {
          Id: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
          Type: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
          Details: {
            AwsAutoScalingAutoScalingGroup: {
              CreatedTime: 'STRING_VALUE',
              HealthCheckGracePeriod: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              HealthCheckType: 'STRING_VALUE',
              LaunchConfigurationName: 'STRING_VALUE',
              LoadBalancerNames: [
                'STRING_VALUE',
                /* more items */
              ]
            },
            AwsCloudFrontDistribution: {
              DomainName: 'STRING_VALUE',
              ETag: 'STRING_VALUE',
              LastModifiedTime: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Logging: {
                Bucket: 'STRING_VALUE',
                Enabled: true || false,
                IncludeCookies: true || false,
                Prefix: 'STRING_VALUE'
              },
              Origins: {
                Items: [
                  {
                    DomainName: 'STRING_VALUE',
                    Id: 'STRING_VALUE',
                    OriginPath: 'STRING_VALUE'
                  },
                  /* more items */
                ]
              },
              Status: 'STRING_VALUE',
              WebAclId: 'STRING_VALUE'
            },
            AwsCodeBuildProject: {
              EncryptionKey: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Environment: {
                Certificate: 'STRING_VALUE',
                ImagePullCredentialsType: 'STRING_VALUE',
                RegistryCredential: {
                  Credential: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  CredentialProvider: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                Type: 'STRING_VALUE'
              },
              Name: 'STRING_VALUE',
              ServiceRole: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Source: {
                GitCloneDepth: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
                InsecureSsl: true || false,
                Location: 'STRING_VALUE',
                Type: 'STRING_VALUE'
              },
              VpcConfig: {
                SecurityGroupIds: [
                  'STRING_VALUE',
                  /* more items */
                ],
                Subnets: [
                  'STRING_VALUE',
                  /* more items */
                ],
                VpcId: 'STRING_VALUE'
              }
            },
            AwsDynamoDbTable: {
              AttributeDefinitions: [
                {
                  AttributeName: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  AttributeType: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              BillingModeSummary: {
                BillingMode: 'STRING_VALUE',
                LastUpdateToPayPerRequestDateTime: 'STRING_VALUE'
              },
              CreationDateTime: 'STRING_VALUE',
              GlobalSecondaryIndexes: [
                {
                  Backfilling: true || false,
                  IndexArn: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  IndexName: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  IndexSizeBytes: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
                  IndexStatus: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  ItemCount: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
                  KeySchema: [
                    {
                      AttributeName: 'STRING_VALUE',
                      KeyType: 'STRING_VALUE'
                    },
                    /* more items */
                  ],
                  Projection: {
                    NonKeyAttributes: [
                      'STRING_VALUE',
                      /* more items */
                    ],
                    ProjectionType: 'STRING_VALUE'
                  },
                  ProvisionedThroughput: {
                    LastDecreaseDateTime: 'STRING_VALUE',
                    LastIncreaseDateTime: 'STRING_VALUE',
                    NumberOfDecreasesToday: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
                    ReadCapacityUnits: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
                    WriteCapacityUnits: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
                  }
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              GlobalTableVersion: 'STRING_VALUE',
              ItemCount: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              KeySchema: [
                {
                  AttributeName: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  KeyType: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              LatestStreamArn: 'STRING_VALUE',
              LatestStreamLabel: 'STRING_VALUE',
              LocalSecondaryIndexes: [
                {
                  IndexArn: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  IndexName: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  KeySchema: [
                    {
                      AttributeName: 'STRING_VALUE',
                      KeyType: 'STRING_VALUE'
                    },
                    /* more items */
                  ],
                  Projection: {
                    NonKeyAttributes: [
                      'STRING_VALUE',
                      /* more items */
                    ],
                    ProjectionType: 'STRING_VALUE'
                  }
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              ProvisionedThroughput: {
                LastDecreaseDateTime: 'STRING_VALUE',
                LastIncreaseDateTime: 'STRING_VALUE',
                NumberOfDecreasesToday: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
                ReadCapacityUnits: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
                WriteCapacityUnits: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
              },
              Replicas: [
                {
                  GlobalSecondaryIndexes: [
                    {
                      IndexName: 'STRING_VALUE',
                      ProvisionedThroughputOverride: {
                        ReadCapacityUnits: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
                      }
                    },
                    /* more items */
                  ],
                  KmsMasterKeyId: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  ProvisionedThroughputOverride: {
                    ReadCapacityUnits: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
                  },
                  RegionName: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  ReplicaStatus: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  ReplicaStatusDescription: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              RestoreSummary: {
                RestoreDateTime: 'STRING_VALUE',
                RestoreInProgress: true || false,
                SourceBackupArn: 'STRING_VALUE',
                SourceTableArn: 'STRING_VALUE'
              },
              SseDescription: {
                InaccessibleEncryptionDateTime: 'STRING_VALUE',
                KmsMasterKeyArn: 'STRING_VALUE',
                SseType: 'STRING_VALUE',
                Status: 'STRING_VALUE'
              },
              StreamSpecification: {
                StreamEnabled: true || false,
                StreamViewType: 'STRING_VALUE'
              },
              TableId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              TableName: 'STRING_VALUE',
              TableSizeBytes: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              TableStatus: 'STRING_VALUE'
            },
            AwsEc2Eip: {
              AllocationId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              AssociationId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Domain: 'STRING_VALUE',
              InstanceId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              NetworkBorderGroup: 'STRING_VALUE',
              NetworkInterfaceId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              NetworkInterfaceOwnerId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              PrivateIpAddress: 'STRING_VALUE',
              PublicIp: 'STRING_VALUE',
              PublicIpv4Pool: 'STRING_VALUE'
            },
            AwsEc2Instance: {
              IamInstanceProfileArn: 'STRING_VALUE',
              ImageId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              IpV4Addresses: [
                'STRING_VALUE',
                /* more items */
              ],
              IpV6Addresses: [
                'STRING_VALUE',
                /* more items */
              ],
              KeyName: 'STRING_VALUE',
              LaunchedAt: 'STRING_VALUE',
              SubnetId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Type: 'STRING_VALUE',
              VpcId: 'STRING_VALUE'
            },
            AwsEc2NetworkInterface: {
              Attachment: {
                AttachTime: 'STRING_VALUE',
                AttachmentId: 'STRING_VALUE',
                DeleteOnTermination: true || false,
                DeviceIndex: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
                InstanceId: 'STRING_VALUE',
                InstanceOwnerId: 'STRING_VALUE',
                Status: 'STRING_VALUE'
              },
              NetworkInterfaceId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              SecurityGroups: [
                {
                  GroupId: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  GroupName: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              SourceDestCheck: true || false
            },
            AwsEc2SecurityGroup: {
              GroupId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              GroupName: 'STRING_VALUE',
              IpPermissions: [
                {
                  FromPort: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
                  IpProtocol: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  IpRanges: [
                    {
                      CidrIp: 'STRING_VALUE'
                    },
                    /* more items */
                  ],
                  Ipv6Ranges: [
                    {
                      CidrIpv6: 'STRING_VALUE'
                    },
                    /* more items */
                  ],
                  PrefixListIds: [
                    {
                      PrefixListId: 'STRING_VALUE'
                    },
                    /* more items */
                  ],
                  ToPort: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
                  UserIdGroupPairs: [
                    {
                      GroupId: 'STRING_VALUE',
                      GroupName: 'STRING_VALUE',
                      PeeringStatus: 'STRING_VALUE',
                      UserId: 'STRING_VALUE',
                      VpcId: 'STRING_VALUE',
                      VpcPeeringConnectionId: 'STRING_VALUE'
                    },
                    /* more items */
                  ]
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              IpPermissionsEgress: [
                {
                  FromPort: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
                  IpProtocol: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  IpRanges: [
                    {
                      CidrIp: 'STRING_VALUE'
                    },
                    /* more items */
                  ],
                  Ipv6Ranges: [
                    {
                      CidrIpv6: 'STRING_VALUE'
                    },
                    /* more items */
                  ],
                  PrefixListIds: [
                    {
                      PrefixListId: 'STRING_VALUE'
                    },
                    /* more items */
                  ],
                  ToPort: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
                  UserIdGroupPairs: [
                    {
                      GroupId: 'STRING_VALUE',
                      GroupName: 'STRING_VALUE',
                      PeeringStatus: 'STRING_VALUE',
                      UserId: 'STRING_VALUE',
                      VpcId: 'STRING_VALUE',
                      VpcPeeringConnectionId: 'STRING_VALUE'
                    },
                    /* more items */
                  ]
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              OwnerId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              VpcId: 'STRING_VALUE'
            },
            AwsEc2Volume: {
              Attachments: [
                {
                  AttachTime: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  DeleteOnTermination: true || false,
                  InstanceId: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  Status: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              CreateTime: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Encrypted: true || false,
              KmsKeyId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Size: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              SnapshotId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Status: 'STRING_VALUE'
            },
            AwsEc2Vpc: {
              CidrBlockAssociationSet: [
                {
                  AssociationId: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  CidrBlock: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  CidrBlockState: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              DhcpOptionsId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Ipv6CidrBlockAssociationSet: [
                {
                  AssociationId: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  CidrBlockState: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  Ipv6CidrBlock: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              State: 'STRING_VALUE'
            },
            AwsElasticsearchDomain: {
              AccessPolicies: 'STRING_VALUE',
              DomainEndpointOptions: {
                EnforceHTTPS: true || false,
                TLSSecurityPolicy: 'STRING_VALUE'
              },
              DomainId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              DomainName: 'STRING_VALUE',
              ElasticsearchVersion: 'STRING_VALUE',
              EncryptionAtRestOptions: {
                Enabled: true || false,
                KmsKeyId: 'STRING_VALUE'
              },
              Endpoint: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Endpoints: {
                '<NonEmptyString>': 'STRING_VALUE',
                /* '<NonEmptyString>': ... */
              },
              NodeToNodeEncryptionOptions: {
                Enabled: true || false
              },
              VPCOptions: {
                AvailabilityZones: [
                  'STRING_VALUE',
                  /* more items */
                ],
                SecurityGroupIds: [
                  'STRING_VALUE',
                  /* more items */
                ],
                SubnetIds: [
                  'STRING_VALUE',
                  /* more items */
                ],
                VPCId: 'STRING_VALUE'
              }
            },
            AwsElbv2LoadBalancer: {
              AvailabilityZones: [
                {
                  SubnetId: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  ZoneName: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              CanonicalHostedZoneId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              CreatedTime: 'STRING_VALUE',
              DNSName: 'STRING_VALUE',
              IpAddressType: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Scheme: 'STRING_VALUE',
              SecurityGroups: [
                'STRING_VALUE',
                /* more items */
              ],
              State: {
                Code: 'STRING_VALUE',
                Reason: 'STRING_VALUE'
              },
              Type: 'STRING_VALUE',
              VpcId: 'STRING_VALUE'
            },
            AwsIamAccessKey: {
              CreatedAt: 'STRING_VALUE',
              PrincipalId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              PrincipalName: 'STRING_VALUE',
              PrincipalType: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Status: Active | Inactive,
              UserName: 'STRING_VALUE'
            },
            AwsIamPolicy: {
              AttachmentCount: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              CreateDate: 'STRING_VALUE',
              DefaultVersionId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Description: 'STRING_VALUE',
              IsAttachable: true || false,
              Path: 'STRING_VALUE',
              PermissionsBoundaryUsageCount: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              PolicyId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              PolicyName: 'STRING_VALUE',
              PolicyVersionList: [
                {
                  CreateDate: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  IsDefaultVersion: true || false,
                  VersionId: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              UpdateDate: 'STRING_VALUE'
            },
            AwsIamRole: {
              AssumeRolePolicyDocument: 'STRING_VALUE',
              CreateDate: 'STRING_VALUE',
              MaxSessionDuration: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              Path: 'STRING_VALUE',
              RoleId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              RoleName: 'STRING_VALUE'
            },
            AwsIamUser: {
              AttachedManagedPolicies: [
                {
                  PolicyArn: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  PolicyName: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              CreateDate: 'STRING_VALUE',
              GroupList: [
                'STRING_VALUE',
                /* more items */
              ],
              Path: 'STRING_VALUE',
              PermissionsBoundary: {
                PermissionsBoundaryArn: 'STRING_VALUE',
                PermissionsBoundaryType: 'STRING_VALUE'
              },
              UserId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              UserName: 'STRING_VALUE',
              UserPolicyList: [
                {
                  PolicyName: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ]
            },
            AwsKmsKey: {
              AWSAccountId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              CreationDate: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              Description: 'STRING_VALUE',
              KeyId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              KeyManager: 'STRING_VALUE',
              KeyState: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Origin: 'STRING_VALUE'
            },
            AwsLambdaFunction: {
              Code: {
                S3Bucket: 'STRING_VALUE',
                S3Key: 'STRING_VALUE',
                S3ObjectVersion: 'STRING_VALUE',
                ZipFile: 'STRING_VALUE'
              },
              CodeSha256: 'STRING_VALUE',
              DeadLetterConfig: {
                TargetArn: 'STRING_VALUE'
              },
              Environment: {
                Error: {
                  ErrorCode: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  Message: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                Variables: {
                  '<NonEmptyString>': 'STRING_VALUE',
                  /* '<NonEmptyString>': ... */
                }
              },
              FunctionName: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Handler: 'STRING_VALUE',
              KmsKeyArn: 'STRING_VALUE',
              LastModified: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Layers: [
                {
                  Arn: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  CodeSize: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              MasterArn: 'STRING_VALUE',
              MemorySize: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              RevisionId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Role: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Runtime: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Timeout: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              TracingConfig: {
                Mode: 'STRING_VALUE'
              },
              Version: 'STRING_VALUE',
              VpcConfig: {
                SecurityGroupIds: [
                  'STRING_VALUE',
                  /* more items */
                ],
                SubnetIds: [
                  'STRING_VALUE',
                  /* more items */
                ],
                VpcId: 'STRING_VALUE'
              }
            },
            AwsLambdaLayerVersion: {
              CompatibleRuntimes: [
                'STRING_VALUE',
                /* more items */
              ],
              CreatedDate: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Version: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
            },
            AwsRdsDbCluster: {
              ActivityStreamStatus: 'STRING_VALUE',
              AllocatedStorage: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              AssociatedRoles: [
                {
                  RoleArn: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  Status: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              AvailabilityZones: [
                'STRING_VALUE',
                /* more items */
              ],
              BackupRetentionPeriod: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              ClusterCreateTime: 'STRING_VALUE',
              CopyTagsToSnapshot: true || false,
              CrossAccountClone: true || false,
              CustomEndpoints: [
                'STRING_VALUE',
                /* more items */
              ],
              DatabaseName: 'STRING_VALUE',
              DbClusterIdentifier: 'STRING_VALUE',
              DbClusterMembers: [
                {
                  DbClusterParameterGroupStatus: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  DbInstanceIdentifier: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  IsClusterWriter: true || false,
                  PromotionTier: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              DbClusterOptionGroupMemberships: [
                {
                  DbClusterOptionGroupName: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  Status: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              DbClusterParameterGroup: 'STRING_VALUE',
              DbClusterResourceId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              DbSubnetGroup: 'STRING_VALUE',
              DeletionProtection: true || false,
              DomainMemberships: [
                {
                  Domain: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  Fqdn: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  IamRoleName: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  Status: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              EnabledCloudWatchLogsExports: [
                'STRING_VALUE',
                /* more items */
              ],
              Endpoint: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Engine: 'STRING_VALUE',
              EngineMode: 'STRING_VALUE',
              EngineVersion: 'STRING_VALUE',
              HostedZoneId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              HttpEndpointEnabled: true || false,
              IamDatabaseAuthenticationEnabled: true || false,
              KmsKeyId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              MasterUsername: 'STRING_VALUE',
              MultiAz: true || false,
              Port: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              PreferredBackupWindow: 'STRING_VALUE',
              PreferredMaintenanceWindow: 'STRING_VALUE',
              ReadReplicaIdentifiers: [
                'STRING_VALUE',
                /* more items */
              ],
              ReaderEndpoint: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Status: 'STRING_VALUE',
              StorageEncrypted: true || false,
              VpcSecurityGroups: [
                {
                  Status: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  VpcSecurityGroupId: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ]
            },
            AwsRdsDbClusterSnapshot: {
              AllocatedStorage: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              AvailabilityZones: [
                'STRING_VALUE',
                /* more items */
              ],
              ClusterCreateTime: 'STRING_VALUE',
              DbClusterIdentifier: 'STRING_VALUE',
              DbClusterSnapshotIdentifier: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Engine: 'STRING_VALUE',
              EngineVersion: 'STRING_VALUE',
              IamDatabaseAuthenticationEnabled: true || false,
              KmsKeyId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              LicenseModel: 'STRING_VALUE',
              MasterUsername: 'STRING_VALUE',
              PercentProgress: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              Port: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              SnapshotCreateTime: 'STRING_VALUE',
              SnapshotType: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Status: 'STRING_VALUE',
              StorageEncrypted: true || false,
              VpcId: 'STRING_VALUE'
            },
            AwsRdsDbInstance: {
              AllocatedStorage: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              AssociatedRoles: [
                {
                  FeatureName: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  RoleArn: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  Status: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              AutoMinorVersionUpgrade: true || false,
              AvailabilityZone: 'STRING_VALUE',
              BackupRetentionPeriod: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              CACertificateIdentifier: 'STRING_VALUE',
              CharacterSetName: 'STRING_VALUE',
              CopyTagsToSnapshot: true || false,
              DBClusterIdentifier: 'STRING_VALUE',
              DBInstanceClass: 'STRING_VALUE',
              DBInstanceIdentifier: 'STRING_VALUE',
              DBName: 'STRING_VALUE',
              DbInstancePort: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              DbInstanceStatus: 'STRING_VALUE',
              DbParameterGroups: [
                {
                  DbParameterGroupName: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  ParameterApplyStatus: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              DbSecurityGroups: [
                'STRING_VALUE',
                /* more items */
              ],
              DbSubnetGroup: {
                DbSubnetGroupArn: 'STRING_VALUE',
                DbSubnetGroupDescription: 'STRING_VALUE',
                DbSubnetGroupName: 'STRING_VALUE',
                SubnetGroupStatus: 'STRING_VALUE',
                Subnets: [
                  {
                    SubnetAvailabilityZone: {
                      Name: 'STRING_VALUE'
                    },
                    SubnetIdentifier: 'STRING_VALUE',
                    SubnetStatus: 'STRING_VALUE'
                  },
                  /* more items */
                ],
                VpcId: 'STRING_VALUE'
              },
              DbiResourceId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              DeletionProtection: true || false,
              DomainMemberships: [
                {
                  Domain: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  Fqdn: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  IamRoleName: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  Status: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              EnabledCloudWatchLogsExports: [
                'STRING_VALUE',
                /* more items */
              ],
              Endpoint: {
                Address: 'STRING_VALUE',
                HostedZoneId: 'STRING_VALUE',
                Port: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
              },
              Engine: 'STRING_VALUE',
              EngineVersion: 'STRING_VALUE',
              EnhancedMonitoringResourceArn: 'STRING_VALUE',
              IAMDatabaseAuthenticationEnabled: true || false,
              InstanceCreateTime: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Iops: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              KmsKeyId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              LatestRestorableTime: 'STRING_VALUE',
              LicenseModel: 'STRING_VALUE',
              ListenerEndpoint: {
                Address: 'STRING_VALUE',
                HostedZoneId: 'STRING_VALUE',
                Port: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
              },
              MasterUsername: 'STRING_VALUE',
              MaxAllocatedStorage: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              MonitoringInterval: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              MonitoringRoleArn: 'STRING_VALUE',
              MultiAz: true || false,
              OptionGroupMemberships: [
                {
                  OptionGroupName: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  Status: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              PendingModifiedValues: {
                AllocatedStorage: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
                BackupRetentionPeriod: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
                CaCertificateIdentifier: 'STRING_VALUE',
                DbInstanceClass: 'STRING_VALUE',
                DbInstanceIdentifier: 'STRING_VALUE',
                DbSubnetGroupName: 'STRING_VALUE',
                EngineVersion: 'STRING_VALUE',
                Iops: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
                LicenseModel: 'STRING_VALUE',
                MasterUserPassword: 'STRING_VALUE',
                MultiAZ: true || false,
                PendingCloudWatchLogsExports: {
                  LogTypesToDisable: [
                    'STRING_VALUE',
                    /* more items */
                  ],
                  LogTypesToEnable: [
                    'STRING_VALUE',
                    /* more items */
                  ]
                },
                Port: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
                ProcessorFeatures: [
                  {
                    Name: 'STRING_VALUE',
                    Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
                  },
                  /* more items */
                ],
                StorageType: 'STRING_VALUE'
              },
              PerformanceInsightsEnabled: true || false,
              PerformanceInsightsKmsKeyId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              PerformanceInsightsRetentionPeriod: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              PreferredBackupWindow: 'STRING_VALUE',
              PreferredMaintenanceWindow: 'STRING_VALUE',
              ProcessorFeatures: [
                {
                  Name: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              PromotionTier: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              PubliclyAccessible: true || false,
              ReadReplicaDBClusterIdentifiers: [
                'STRING_VALUE',
                /* more items */
              ],
              ReadReplicaDBInstanceIdentifiers: [
                'STRING_VALUE',
                /* more items */
              ],
              ReadReplicaSourceDBInstanceIdentifier: 'STRING_VALUE',
              SecondaryAvailabilityZone: 'STRING_VALUE',
              StatusInfos: [
                {
                  Message: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  Normal: true || false,
                  Status: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  StatusType: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              StorageEncrypted: true || false,
              StorageType: 'STRING_VALUE',
              TdeCredentialArn: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Timezone: 'STRING_VALUE',
              VpcSecurityGroups: [
                {
                  Status: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  VpcSecurityGroupId: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ]
            },
            AwsRdsDbSnapshot: {
              AllocatedStorage: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              AvailabilityZone: 'STRING_VALUE',
              DbInstanceIdentifier: 'STRING_VALUE',
              DbSnapshotIdentifier: 'STRING_VALUE',
              DbiResourceId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Encrypted: true || false,
              Engine: 'STRING_VALUE',
              EngineVersion: 'STRING_VALUE',
              IamDatabaseAuthenticationEnabled: true || false,
              InstanceCreateTime: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Iops: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              KmsKeyId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              LicenseModel: 'STRING_VALUE',
              MasterUsername: 'STRING_VALUE',
              OptionGroupName: 'STRING_VALUE',
              PercentProgress: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              Port: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              ProcessorFeatures: [
                {
                  Name: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              SnapshotCreateTime: 'STRING_VALUE',
              SnapshotType: 'STRING_VALUE',
              SourceDbSnapshotIdentifier: 'STRING_VALUE',
              SourceRegion: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Status: 'STRING_VALUE',
              StorageType: 'STRING_VALUE',
              TdeCredentialArn: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Timezone: 'STRING_VALUE',
              VpcId: 'STRING_VALUE'
            },
            AwsS3Bucket: {
              CreatedAt: 'STRING_VALUE',
              OwnerId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              OwnerName: 'STRING_VALUE',
              ServerSideEncryptionConfiguration: {
                Rules: [
                  {
                    ApplyServerSideEncryptionByDefault: {
                      KMSMasterKeyID: 'STRING_VALUE',
                      SSEAlgorithm: 'STRING_VALUE'
                    }
                  },
                  /* more items */
                ]
              }
            },
            AwsS3Object: {
              ContentType: 'STRING_VALUE',
              ETag: 'STRING_VALUE',
              LastModified: 'STRING_VALUE',
              SSEKMSKeyId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              ServerSideEncryption: 'STRING_VALUE',
              VersionId: 'STRING_VALUE'
            },
            AwsSecretsManagerSecret: {
              Deleted: true || false,
              Description: 'STRING_VALUE',
              KmsKeyId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Name: 'STRING_VALUE',
              RotationEnabled: true || false,
              RotationLambdaArn: 'STRING_VALUE',
              RotationOccurredWithinFrequency: true || false,
              RotationRules: {
                AutomaticallyAfterDays: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
              }
            },
            AwsSnsTopic: {
              KmsMasterKeyId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Owner: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Subscription: [
                {
                  Endpoint: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  Protocol: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              TopicName: 'STRING_VALUE'
            },
            AwsSqsQueue: {
              DeadLetterTargetArn: 'STRING_VALUE',
              KmsDataKeyReusePeriodSeconds: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              KmsMasterKeyId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              QueueName: 'STRING_VALUE'
            },
            AwsWafWebAcl: {
              DefaultAction: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Name: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Rules: [
                {
                  Action: {
                    Type: 'STRING_VALUE'
                  },
                  ExcludedRules: [
                    {
                      RuleId: 'STRING_VALUE'
                    },
                    /* more items */
                  ],
                  OverrideAction: {
                    Type: 'STRING_VALUE'
                  },
                  Priority: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
                  RuleId: 'STRING_VALUE',
                  Type: 'STRING_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ],
              WebAclId: 'STRING_VALUE'
            },
            Container: {
              ImageId: 'STRING_VALUE',
              ImageName: 'STRING_VALUE',
              LaunchedAt: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Name: 'STRING_VALUE'
            },
            Other: {
              '<NonEmptyString>': 'STRING_VALUE',
              /* '<NonEmptyString>': ... */
            }
          },
          Partition: aws | aws-cn | aws-us-gov,
          Region: 'STRING_VALUE',
          Tags: {
            '<NonEmptyString>': 'STRING_VALUE',
            /* '<NonEmptyString>': ... */
          }
        },
        /* more items */
      ],
      SchemaVersion: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
      Severity: { /* required */
        Label: INFORMATIONAL | LOW | MEDIUM | HIGH | CRITICAL,
        Normalized: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Original: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Product: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
      },
      Title: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
      Types: [ /* required */
        'STRING_VALUE',
        /* more items */
      ],
      UpdatedAt: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
      Compliance: {
        RelatedRequirements: [
          'STRING_VALUE',
          /* more items */
        ],
        Status: PASSED | WARNING | FAILED | NOT_AVAILABLE,
        StatusReasons: [
          {
            ReasonCode: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
            Description: 'STRING_VALUE'
          },
          /* more items */
        ]
      },
      Confidence: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
      Criticality: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
      FirstObservedAt: 'STRING_VALUE',
      LastObservedAt: 'STRING_VALUE',
      Malware: [
        {
          Name: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
          Path: 'STRING_VALUE',
          State: OBSERVED | REMOVAL_FAILED | REMOVED,
          Type: ADWARE | BLENDED_THREAT | BOTNET_AGENT | COIN_MINER | EXPLOIT_KIT | KEYLOGGER | MACRO | POTENTIALLY_UNWANTED | SPYWARE | RANSOMWARE | REMOTE_ACCESS | ROOTKIT | TROJAN | VIRUS | WORM
        },
        /* more items */
      ],
      Network: {
        DestinationDomain: 'STRING_VALUE',
        DestinationIpV4: 'STRING_VALUE',
        DestinationIpV6: 'STRING_VALUE',
        DestinationPort: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Direction: IN | OUT,
        OpenPortRange: {
          Begin: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
          End: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
        },
        Protocol: 'STRING_VALUE',
        SourceDomain: 'STRING_VALUE',
        SourceIpV4: 'STRING_VALUE',
        SourceIpV6: 'STRING_VALUE',
        SourceMac: 'STRING_VALUE',
        SourcePort: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
      },
      NetworkPath: [
        {
          ComponentId: 'STRING_VALUE',
          ComponentType: 'STRING_VALUE',
          Egress: {
            Destination: {
              Address: [
                'STRING_VALUE',
                /* more items */
              ],
              PortRanges: [
                {
                  Begin: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
                  End: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ]
            },
            Protocol: 'STRING_VALUE',
            Source: {
              Address: [
                'STRING_VALUE',
                /* more items */
              ],
              PortRanges: [
                {
                  Begin: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
                  End: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ]
            }
          },
          Ingress: {
            Destination: {
              Address: [
                'STRING_VALUE',
                /* more items */
              ],
              PortRanges: [
                {
                  Begin: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
                  End: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ]
            },
            Protocol: 'STRING_VALUE',
            Source: {
              Address: [
                'STRING_VALUE',
                /* more items */
              ],
              PortRanges: [
                {
                  Begin: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
                  End: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
                },
                /* more items */
              ]
            }
          }
        },
        /* more items */
      ],
      Note: {
        Text: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
        UpdatedAt: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
        UpdatedBy: 'STRING_VALUE' /* required */
      },
      PatchSummary: {
        Id: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
        FailedCount: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        InstalledCount: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        InstalledOtherCount: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        InstalledPendingReboot: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        InstalledRejectedCount: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        MissingCount: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Operation: 'STRING_VALUE',
        OperationEndTime: 'STRING_VALUE',
        OperationStartTime: 'STRING_VALUE',
        RebootOption: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      Process: {
        LaunchedAt: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Name: 'STRING_VALUE',
        ParentPid: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Path: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Pid: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        TerminatedAt: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      ProductFields: {
        '<NonEmptyString>': 'STRING_VALUE',
        /* '<NonEmptyString>': ... */
      },
      RecordState: ACTIVE | ARCHIVED,
      RelatedFindings: [
        {
          Id: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
          ProductArn: 'STRING_VALUE' /* required */
        },
        /* more items */
      ],
      Remediation: {
        Recommendation: {
          Text: 'STRING_VALUE',
          Url: 'STRING_VALUE'
        }
      },
      SourceUrl: 'STRING_VALUE',
      ThreatIntelIndicators: [
        {
          Category: BACKDOOR | CARD_STEALER | COMMAND_AND_CONTROL | DROP_SITE | EXPLOIT_SITE | KEYLOGGER,
          LastObservedAt: 'STRING_VALUE',
          Source: 'STRING_VALUE',
          SourceUrl: 'STRING_VALUE',
          Type: DOMAIN | EMAIL_ADDRESS | HASH_MD5 | HASH_SHA1 | HASH_SHA256 | HASH_SHA512 | IPV4_ADDRESS | IPV6_ADDRESS | MUTEX | PROCESS | URL,
          Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
        },
        /* more items */
      ],
      UserDefinedFields: {
        '<NonEmptyString>': 'STRING_VALUE',
        /* '<NonEmptyString>': ... */
      },
      VerificationState: UNKNOWN | TRUE_POSITIVE | FALSE_POSITIVE | BENIGN_POSITIVE,
      Vulnerabilities: [
        {
          Id: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
          Cvss: [
            {
              BaseScore: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
              BaseVector: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Version: 'STRING_VALUE'
            },
            /* more items */
          ],
          ReferenceUrls: [
            'STRING_VALUE',
            /* more items */
          ],
          RelatedVulnerabilities: [
            'STRING_VALUE',
            /* more items */
          ],
          Vendor: {
            Name: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
            Url: 'STRING_VALUE',
            VendorCreatedAt: 'STRING_VALUE',
            VendorSeverity: 'STRING_VALUE',
            VendorUpdatedAt: 'STRING_VALUE'
          },
          VulnerablePackages: [
            {
              Architecture: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Epoch: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Name: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Release: 'STRING_VALUE',
              Version: 'STRING_VALUE'
            },
            /* more items */
          ]
        },
        /* more items */
      ],
      Workflow: {
        Status: NEW | NOTIFIED | RESOLVED | SUPPRESSED
      },
      WorkflowState: NEW | ASSIGNED | IN_PROGRESS | DEFERRED | RESOLVED
    },
    /* more items */
  ]
};
securityhub.batchImportFindings(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • Findings — (Array<map>)

      A list of findings to import. To successfully import a finding, it must follow the AWS Security Finding Format. Maximum of 100 findings per request.

      • SchemaVersionrequired — (String)

        The schema version that a finding is formatted for.

      • Idrequired — (String)

        The security findings provider-specific identifier for a finding.

      • ProductArnrequired — (String)

        The ARN generated by Security Hub that uniquely identifies a product that generates findings. This can be the ARN for a third-party product that is integrated with Security Hub, or the ARN for a custom integration.

      • GeneratorIdrequired — (String)

        The identifier for the solution-specific component (a discrete unit of logic) that generated a finding. In various security-findings providers' solutions, this generator can be called a rule, a check, a detector, a plugin, etc.

      • AwsAccountIdrequired — (String)

        The AWS account ID that a finding is generated in.

      • Typesrequired — (Array<String>)

        One or more finding types in the format of namespace/category/classifier that classify a finding.

        Valid namespace values are: Software and Configuration Checks | TTPs | Effects | Unusual Behaviors | Sensitive Data Identifications

      • FirstObservedAt — (String)

        Indicates when the security-findings provider first observed the potential security issue that a finding captured.

        Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

      • LastObservedAt — (String)

        Indicates when the security-findings provider most recently observed the potential security issue that a finding captured.

        Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

      • CreatedAtrequired — (String)

        Indicates when the security-findings provider created the potential security issue that a finding captured.

        Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

      • UpdatedAtrequired — (String)

        Indicates when the security-findings provider last updated the finding record.

        Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

      • Severityrequired — (map)

        A finding's severity.

        • Product — (Float)

          Deprecated. This attribute is being deprecated. Instead of providing Product, provide Original.

          The native severity as defined by the AWS service or integrated partner product that generated the finding.

        • Label — (String)

          The severity value of the finding. The allowed values are the following.

          • INFORMATIONAL - No issue was found.

          • LOW - The issue does not require action on its own.

          • MEDIUM - The issue must be addressed but not urgently.

          • HIGH - The issue must be addressed as a priority.

          • CRITICAL - The issue must be remediated immediately to avoid it escalating.

          If you provide Normalized and do not provide Label, then Label is set automatically as follows.

          • 0 - INFORMATIONAL

          • 1–39 - LOW

          • 40–69 - MEDIUM

          • 70–89 - HIGH

          • 90–100 - CRITICAL

          Possible values include:
          • "INFORMATIONAL"
          • "LOW"
          • "MEDIUM"
          • "HIGH"
          • "CRITICAL"
        • Normalized — (Integer)

          Deprecated. The normalized severity of a finding. This attribute is being deprecated. Instead of providing Normalized, provide Label.

          If you provide Label and do not provide Normalized, then Normalized is set automatically as follows.

          • INFORMATIONAL - 0

          • LOW - 1

          • MEDIUM - 40

          • HIGH - 70

          • CRITICAL - 90

        • Original — (String)

          The native severity from the finding product that generated the finding.

      • Confidence — (Integer)

        A finding's confidence. Confidence is defined as the likelihood that a finding accurately identifies the behavior or issue that it was intended to identify.

        Confidence is scored on a 0-100 basis using a ratio scale, where 0 means zero percent confidence and 100 means 100 percent confidence.

      • Criticality — (Integer)

        The level of importance assigned to the resources associated with the finding.

        A score of 0 means that the underlying resources have no criticality, and a score of 100 is reserved for the most critical resources.

      • Titlerequired — (String)

        A finding's title.

        Note: In this release, Title is a required property.
      • Descriptionrequired — (String)

        A finding's description.

        Note: In this release, Description is a required property.
      • Remediation — (map)

        A data type that describes the remediation options for a finding.

        • Recommendation — (map)

          A recommendation on the steps to take to remediate the issue identified by a finding.

          • Text — (String)

            Describes the recommended steps to take to remediate an issue identified in a finding.

          • Url — (String)

            A URL to a page or site that contains information about how to remediate a finding.

      • SourceUrl — (String)

        A URL that links to a page about the current finding in the security-findings provider's solution.

      • ProductFields — (map<String>)

        A data type where security-findings providers can include additional solution-specific details that aren't part of the defined AwsSecurityFinding format.

      • UserDefinedFields — (map<String>)

        A list of name/value string pairs associated with the finding. These are custom, user-defined fields added to a finding.

      • Malware — (Array<map>)

        A list of malware related to a finding.

        • Namerequired — (String)

          The name of the malware that was observed.

        • Type — (String)

          The type of the malware that was observed.

          Possible values include:
          • "ADWARE"
          • "BLENDED_THREAT"
          • "BOTNET_AGENT"
          • "COIN_MINER"
          • "EXPLOIT_KIT"
          • "KEYLOGGER"
          • "MACRO"
          • "POTENTIALLY_UNWANTED"
          • "SPYWARE"
          • "RANSOMWARE"
          • "REMOTE_ACCESS"
          • "ROOTKIT"
          • "TROJAN"
          • "VIRUS"
          • "WORM"
        • Path — (String)

          The file system path of the malware that was observed.

        • State — (String)

          The state of the malware that was observed.

          Possible values include:
          • "OBSERVED"
          • "REMOVAL_FAILED"
          • "REMOVED"
      • Network — (map)

        The details of network-related information about a finding.

        • Direction — (String)

          The direction of network traffic associated with a finding.

          Possible values include:
          • "IN"
          • "OUT"
        • Protocol — (String)

          The protocol of network-related information about a finding.

        • OpenPortRange — (map)

          The range of open ports that is present on the network.

          • Begin — (Integer)

            The first port in the port range.

          • End — (Integer)

            The last port in the port range.

        • SourceIpV4 — (String)

          The source IPv4 address of network-related information about a finding.

        • SourceIpV6 — (String)

          The source IPv6 address of network-related information about a finding.

        • SourcePort — (Integer)

          The source port of network-related information about a finding.

        • SourceDomain — (String)

          The source domain of network-related information about a finding.

        • SourceMac — (String)

          The source media access control (MAC) address of network-related information about a finding.

        • DestinationIpV4 — (String)

          The destination IPv4 address of network-related information about a finding.

        • DestinationIpV6 — (String)

          The destination IPv6 address of network-related information about a finding.

        • DestinationPort — (Integer)

          The destination port of network-related information about a finding.

        • DestinationDomain — (String)

          The destination domain of network-related information about a finding.

      • NetworkPath — (Array<map>)

        Provides information about a network path that is relevant to a finding. Each entry under NetworkPath represents a component of that path.

        • ComponentId — (String)

          The identifier of a component in the network path.

        • ComponentType — (String)

          The type of component.

        • Egress — (map)

          Information about the component that comes after the current component in the network path.

          • Protocol — (String)

            The protocol used for the component.

          • Destination — (map)

            Information about the destination of the component.

            • Address — (Array<String>)

              The IP addresses of the destination.

            • PortRanges — (Array<map>)

              A list of port ranges for the destination.

              • Begin — (Integer)

                The first port in the port range.

              • End — (Integer)

                The last port in the port range.

          • Source — (map)

            Information about the origin of the component.

            • Address — (Array<String>)

              The IP addresses of the destination.

            • PortRanges — (Array<map>)

              A list of port ranges for the destination.

              • Begin — (Integer)

                The first port in the port range.

              • End — (Integer)

                The last port in the port range.

        • Ingress — (map)

          Information about the component that comes before the current node in the network path.

          • Protocol — (String)

            The protocol used for the component.

          • Destination — (map)

            Information about the destination of the component.

            • Address — (Array<String>)

              The IP addresses of the destination.

            • PortRanges — (Array<map>)

              A list of port ranges for the destination.

              • Begin — (Integer)

                The first port in the port range.

              • End — (Integer)

                The last port in the port range.

          • Source — (map)

            Information about the origin of the component.

            • Address — (Array<String>)

              The IP addresses of the destination.

            • PortRanges — (Array<map>)

              A list of port ranges for the destination.

              • Begin — (Integer)

                The first port in the port range.

              • End — (Integer)

                The last port in the port range.

      • Process — (map)

        The details of process-related information about a finding.

        • Name — (String)

          The name of the process.

        • Path — (String)

          The path to the process executable.

        • Pid — (Integer)

          The process ID.

        • ParentPid — (Integer)

          The parent process ID.

        • LaunchedAt — (String)

          Indicates when the process was launched.

          Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

        • TerminatedAt — (String)

          Indicates when the process was terminated.

          Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

      • ThreatIntelIndicators — (Array<map>)

        Threat intelligence details related to a finding.

        • Type — (String)

          The type of threat intelligence indicator.

          Possible values include:
          • "DOMAIN"
          • "EMAIL_ADDRESS"
          • "HASH_MD5"
          • "HASH_SHA1"
          • "HASH_SHA256"
          • "HASH_SHA512"
          • "IPV4_ADDRESS"
          • "IPV6_ADDRESS"
          • "MUTEX"
          • "PROCESS"
          • "URL"
        • Value — (String)

          The value of a threat intelligence indicator.

        • Category — (String)

          The category of a threat intelligence indicator.

          Possible values include:
          • "BACKDOOR"
          • "CARD_STEALER"
          • "COMMAND_AND_CONTROL"
          • "DROP_SITE"
          • "EXPLOIT_SITE"
          • "KEYLOGGER"
        • LastObservedAt — (String)

          Indicates when the most recent instance of a threat intelligence indicator was observed.

          Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

        • Source — (String)

          The source of the threat intelligence indicator.

        • SourceUrl — (String)

          The URL to the page or site where you can get more information about the threat intelligence indicator.

      • Resourcesrequired — (Array<map>)

        A set of resource data types that describe the resources that the finding refers to.

        • Typerequired — (String)

          The type of the resource that details are provided for. If possible, set Type to one of the supported resource types. For example, if the resource is an EC2 instance, then set Type to AwsEc2Instance.

          If the resource does not match any of the provided types, then set Type to Other.

        • Idrequired — (String)

          The canonical identifier for the given resource type.

        • Partition — (String)

          The canonical AWS partition name that the Region is assigned to.

          Possible values include:
          • "aws"
          • "aws-cn"
          • "aws-us-gov"
        • Region — (String)

          The canonical AWS external Region name where this resource is located.

        • Tags — (map<String>)

          A list of AWS tags associated with a resource at the time the finding was processed.

        • Details — (map)

          Additional details about the resource related to a finding.

          • AwsAutoScalingAutoScalingGroup — (map)

            Details for an autoscaling group.

            • LaunchConfigurationName — (String)

              The name of the launch configuration.

            • LoadBalancerNames — (Array<String>)

              The list of load balancers associated with the group.

            • HealthCheckType — (String)

              The service to use for the health checks.

            • HealthCheckGracePeriod — (Integer)

              The amount of time, in seconds, that Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling waits before it checks the health status of an EC2 instance that has come into service.

            • CreatedTime — (String)

              Indicates when the auto scaling group was created.

              Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

          • AwsCodeBuildProject — (map)

            Details for an AWS CodeBuild project.

            • EncryptionKey — (String)

              The AWS Key Management Service (AWS KMS) customer master key (CMK) used to encrypt the build output artifacts.

              You can specify either the Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the CMK or, if available, the CMK alias (using the format alias/alias-name).

            • Environment — (map)

              Information about the build environment for this build project.

              • Certificate — (String)

                The certificate to use with this build project.

              • ImagePullCredentialsType — (String)

                The type of credentials AWS CodeBuild uses to pull images in your build.

                Valid values:

                • CODEBUILD specifies that AWS CodeBuild uses its own credentials. This requires that you modify your ECR repository policy to trust the AWS CodeBuild service principal.

                • SERVICE_ROLE specifies that AWS CodeBuild uses your build project's service role.

                When you use a cross-account or private registry image, you must use SERVICE_ROLE credentials. When you use an AWS CodeBuild curated image, you must use CODEBUILD credentials.

              • RegistryCredential — (map)

                The credentials for access to a private registry.

                • Credential — (String)

                  The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) or name of credentials created using AWS Secrets Manager.

                  Note: The credential can use the name of the credentials only if they exist in your current AWS Region.
                • CredentialProvider — (String)

                  The service that created the credentials to access a private Docker registry.

                  The valid value, SECRETS_MANAGER, is for AWS Secrets Manager.

              • Type — (String)

                The type of build environment to use for related builds.

                The environment type ARM_CONTAINER is available only in Regions US East (N. Virginia), US East (Ohio), US West (Oregon), Europe (Ireland), Asia Pacific (Mumbai), Asia Pacific (Tokyo), Asia Pacific (Sydney), and Europe (Frankfurt).

                The environment type LINUX_CONTAINER with compute type build.general1.2xlarge is available only in Regions US East (N. Virginia), US East (N. Virginia), US West (Oregon), Canada (Central), Europe (Ireland), Europe (London), Europe (Frankfurt), Asia Pacific (Tokyo), Asia Pacific (Seoul), Asia Pacific (Singapore), Asia Pacific (Sydney), China (Beijing), and China (Ningxia).

                The environment type LINUX_GPU_CONTAINER is available only in Regions US East (N. Virginia), US East (N. Virginia), US West (Oregon), Canada (Central), Europe (Ireland), Europe (London), Europe (Frankfurt), Asia Pacific (Tokyo), Asia Pacific (Seoul), Asia Pacific (Singapore), Asia Pacific (Sydney), China (Beijing), and China (Ningxia).

                Valid values: WINDOWS_CONTAINER | LINUX_CONTAINER | LINUX_GPU_CONTAINER | ARM_CONTAINER

            • Name — (String)

              The name of the build project.

            • Source — (map)

              Information about the build input source code for this build project.

              • Type — (String)

                The type of repository that contains the source code to be built. Valid values are:

                • BITBUCKET - The source code is in a Bitbucket repository.

                • CODECOMMIT - The source code is in an AWS CodeCommit repository.

                • CODEPIPELINE - The source code settings are specified in the source action of a pipeline in AWS CodePipeline.

                • GITHUB - The source code is in a GitHub repository.

                • GITHUB_ENTERPRISE - The source code is in a GitHub Enterprise repository.

                • NO_SOURCE - The project does not have input source code.

                • S3 - The source code is in an S3 input bucket.

              • Location — (String)

                Information about the location of the source code to be built.

                Valid values include:

                • For source code settings that are specified in the source action of a pipeline in AWS CodePipeline, location should not be specified. If it is specified, AWS CodePipeline ignores it. This is because AWS CodePipeline uses the settings in a pipeline's source action instead of this value.

                • For source code in an AWS CodeCommit repository, the HTTPS clone URL to the repository that contains the source code and the build spec file (for example, https://git-codecommit.region-ID.amazonaws.com/v1/repos/repo-name ).

                • For source code in an S3 input bucket, one of the following.

                  • The path to the ZIP file that contains the source code (for example, bucket-name/path/to/object-name.zip).

                  • The path to the folder that contains the source code (for example, bucket-name/path/to/source-code/folder/).

                • For source code in a GitHub repository, the HTTPS clone URL to the repository that contains the source and the build spec file.

                • For source code in a Bitbucket repository, the HTTPS clone URL to the repository that contains the source and the build spec file.

              • GitCloneDepth — (Integer)

                Information about the Git clone depth for the build project.

              • InsecureSsl — (Boolean)

                Whether to ignore SSL warnings while connecting to the project source code.

            • ServiceRole — (String)

              The ARN of the IAM role that enables AWS CodeBuild to interact with dependent AWS services on behalf of the AWS account.

            • VpcConfig — (map)

              Information about the VPC configuration that AWS CodeBuild accesses.

              • VpcId — (String)

                The ID of the VPC.

              • Subnets — (Array<String>)

                A list of one or more subnet IDs in your Amazon VPC.

              • SecurityGroupIds — (Array<String>)

                A list of one or more security group IDs in your Amazon VPC.

          • AwsCloudFrontDistribution — (map)

            Details about a CloudFront distribution.

            • DomainName — (String)

              The domain name corresponding to the distribution.

            • ETag — (String)

              The entity tag is a hash of the object.

            • LastModifiedTime — (String)

              Indicates when that the distribution was last modified.

              Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • Logging — (map)

              A complex type that controls whether access logs are written for the distribution.

              • Bucket — (String)

                The Amazon S3 bucket to store the access logs in.

              • Enabled — (Boolean)

                With this field, you can enable or disable the selected distribution.

              • IncludeCookies — (Boolean)

                Specifies whether you want CloudFront to include cookies in access logs.

              • Prefix — (String)

                An optional string that you want CloudFront to use as a prefix to the access log filenames for this distribution.

            • Origins — (map)

              A complex type that contains information about origins for this distribution.

              • Items — (Array<map>)

                A complex type that contains origins or origin groups for this distribution.

                • DomainName — (String)

                  Amazon S3 origins: The DNS name of the Amazon S3 bucket from which you want CloudFront to get objects for this origin.

                • Id — (String)

                  A unique identifier for the origin or origin group.

                • OriginPath — (String)

                  An optional element that causes CloudFront to request your content from a directory in your Amazon S3 bucket or your custom origin.

            • Status — (String)

              Indicates the current status of the distribution.

            • WebAclId — (String)

              A unique identifier that specifies the AWS WAF web ACL, if any, to associate with this distribution.

          • AwsEc2Instance — (map)

            Details about an Amazon EC2 instance related to a finding.

            • Type — (String)

              The instance type of the instance.

            • ImageId — (String)

              The Amazon Machine Image (AMI) ID of the instance.

            • IpV4Addresses — (Array<String>)

              The IPv4 addresses associated with the instance.

            • IpV6Addresses — (Array<String>)

              The IPv6 addresses associated with the instance.

            • KeyName — (String)

              The key name associated with the instance.

            • IamInstanceProfileArn — (String)

              The IAM profile ARN of the instance.

            • VpcId — (String)

              The identifier of the VPC that the instance was launched in.

            • SubnetId — (String)

              The identifier of the subnet that the instance was launched in.

            • LaunchedAt — (String)

              Indicates when the instance was launched.

              Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

          • AwsEc2NetworkInterface — (map)

            Details for an Amazon EC2 network interface.

            • Attachment — (map)

              The network interface attachment.

              • AttachTime — (String)

                Indicates when the attachment initiated.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

              • AttachmentId — (String)

                The identifier of the network interface attachment

              • DeleteOnTermination — (Boolean)

                Indicates whether the network interface is deleted when the instance is terminated.

              • DeviceIndex — (Integer)

                The device index of the network interface attachment on the instance.

              • InstanceId — (String)

                The ID of the instance.

              • InstanceOwnerId — (String)

                The AWS account ID of the owner of the instance.

              • Status — (String)

                The attachment state.

                Valid values: attaching | attached | detaching | detached

            • NetworkInterfaceId — (String)

              The ID of the network interface.

            • SecurityGroups — (Array<map>)

              Security groups for the network interface.

              • GroupName — (String)

                The name of the security group.

              • GroupId — (String)

                The ID of the security group.

            • SourceDestCheck — (Boolean)

              Indicates whether traffic to or from the instance is validated.

          • AwsEc2SecurityGroup — (map)

            Details for an EC2 security group.

            • GroupName — (String)

              The name of the security group.

            • GroupId — (String)

              The ID of the security group.

            • OwnerId — (String)

              The AWS account ID of the owner of the security group.

            • VpcId — (String)

              [VPC only] The ID of the VPC for the security group.

            • IpPermissions — (Array<map>)

              The inbound rules associated with the security group.

              • IpProtocol — (String)

                The IP protocol name (tcp, udp, icmp, icmpv6) or number.

                [VPC only] Use -1 to specify all protocols.

                When authorizing security group rules, specifying -1 or a protocol number other than tcp, udp, icmp, or icmpv6 allows traffic on all ports, regardless of any port range you specify.

                For tcp, udp, and icmp, you must specify a port range.

                For icmpv6, the port range is optional. If you omit the port range, traffic for all types and codes is allowed.

              • FromPort — (Integer)

                The start of the port range for the TCP and UDP protocols, or an ICMP/ICMPv6 type number.

                A value of -1 indicates all ICMP/ICMPv6 types. If you specify all ICMP/ICMPv6 types, you must specify all codes.

              • ToPort — (Integer)

                The end of the port range for the TCP and UDP protocols, or an ICMP/ICMPv6 code.

                A value of -1 indicates all ICMP/ICMPv6 codes. If you specify all ICMP/ICMPv6 types, you must specify all codes.

              • UserIdGroupPairs — (Array<map>)

                The security group and AWS account ID pairs.

                • GroupId — (String)

                  The ID of the security group.

                • GroupName — (String)

                  The name of the security group.

                • PeeringStatus — (String)

                  The status of a VPC peering connection, if applicable.

                • UserId — (String)

                  The ID of an AWS account.

                  For a referenced security group in another VPC, the account ID of the referenced security group is returned in the response. If the referenced security group is deleted, this value is not returned.

                  [EC2-Classic] Required when adding or removing rules that reference a security group in another AWS.

                • VpcId — (String)

                  The ID of the VPC for the referenced security group, if applicable.

                • VpcPeeringConnectionId — (String)

                  The ID of the VPC peering connection, if applicable.

              • IpRanges — (Array<map>)

                The IPv4 ranges.

                • CidrIp — (String)

                  The IPv4 CIDR range. You can specify either a CIDR range or a source security group, but not both. To specify a single IPv4 address, use the /32 prefix length.

              • Ipv6Ranges — (Array<map>)

                The IPv6 ranges.

                • CidrIpv6 — (String)

                  The IPv6 CIDR range. You can specify either a CIDR range or a source security group, but not both. To specify a single IPv6 address, use the /128 prefix length.

              • PrefixListIds — (Array<map>)

                [VPC only] The prefix list IDs for an AWS service. With outbound rules, this is the AWS service to access through a VPC endpoint from instances associated with the security group.

                • PrefixListId — (String)

                  The ID of the prefix.

            • IpPermissionsEgress — (Array<map>)

              [VPC only] The outbound rules associated with the security group.

              • IpProtocol — (String)

                The IP protocol name (tcp, udp, icmp, icmpv6) or number.

                [VPC only] Use -1 to specify all protocols.

                When authorizing security group rules, specifying -1 or a protocol number other than tcp, udp, icmp, or icmpv6 allows traffic on all ports, regardless of any port range you specify.

                For tcp, udp, and icmp, you must specify a port range.

                For icmpv6, the port range is optional. If you omit the port range, traffic for all types and codes is allowed.

              • FromPort — (Integer)

                The start of the port range for the TCP and UDP protocols, or an ICMP/ICMPv6 type number.

                A value of -1 indicates all ICMP/ICMPv6 types. If you specify all ICMP/ICMPv6 types, you must specify all codes.

              • ToPort — (Integer)

                The end of the port range for the TCP and UDP protocols, or an ICMP/ICMPv6 code.

                A value of -1 indicates all ICMP/ICMPv6 codes. If you specify all ICMP/ICMPv6 types, you must specify all codes.

              • UserIdGroupPairs — (Array<map>)

                The security group and AWS account ID pairs.

                • GroupId — (String)

                  The ID of the security group.

                • GroupName — (String)

                  The name of the security group.

                • PeeringStatus — (String)

                  The status of a VPC peering connection, if applicable.

                • UserId — (String)

                  The ID of an AWS account.

                  For a referenced security group in another VPC, the account ID of the referenced security group is returned in the response. If the referenced security group is deleted, this value is not returned.

                  [EC2-Classic] Required when adding or removing rules that reference a security group in another AWS.

                • VpcId — (String)

                  The ID of the VPC for the referenced security group, if applicable.

                • VpcPeeringConnectionId — (String)

                  The ID of the VPC peering connection, if applicable.

              • IpRanges — (Array<map>)

                The IPv4 ranges.

                • CidrIp — (String)

                  The IPv4 CIDR range. You can specify either a CIDR range or a source security group, but not both. To specify a single IPv4 address, use the /32 prefix length.

              • Ipv6Ranges — (Array<map>)

                The IPv6 ranges.

                • CidrIpv6 — (String)

                  The IPv6 CIDR range. You can specify either a CIDR range or a source security group, but not both. To specify a single IPv6 address, use the /128 prefix length.

              • PrefixListIds — (Array<map>)

                [VPC only] The prefix list IDs for an AWS service. With outbound rules, this is the AWS service to access through a VPC endpoint from instances associated with the security group.

                • PrefixListId — (String)

                  The ID of the prefix.

          • AwsEc2Volume — (map)

            Details for an EC2 volume.

            • CreateTime — (String)

              Indicates when the volume was created.

              Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • Encrypted — (Boolean)

              Whether the volume is encrypted.

            • Size — (Integer)

              The size of the volume, in GiBs.

            • SnapshotId — (String)

              The snapshot from which the volume was created.

            • Status — (String)

              The volume state.

            • KmsKeyId — (String)

              The ARN of the AWS Key Management Service (AWS KMS) customer master key (CMK) that was used to protect the volume encryption key for the volume.

            • Attachments — (Array<map>)

              The volume attachments.

              • AttachTime — (String)

                The datetime when the attachment initiated.

              • DeleteOnTermination — (Boolean)

                Whether the EBS volume is deleted when the EC2 instance is terminated.

              • InstanceId — (String)

                The identifier of the EC2 instance.

              • Status — (String)

                The attachment state of the volume.

          • AwsEc2Vpc — (map)

            Details for an EC2 VPC.

            • CidrBlockAssociationSet — (Array<map>)

              Information about the IPv4 CIDR blocks associated with the VPC.

              • AssociationId — (String)

                The association ID for the IPv4 CIDR block.

              • CidrBlock — (String)

                The IPv4 CIDR block.

              • CidrBlockState — (String)

                Information about the state of the IPv4 CIDR block.

            • Ipv6CidrBlockAssociationSet — (Array<map>)

              Information about the IPv6 CIDR blocks associated with the VPC.

              • AssociationId — (String)

                The association ID for the IPv6 CIDR block.

              • Ipv6CidrBlock — (String)

                The IPv6 CIDR block.

              • CidrBlockState — (String)

                Information about the state of the CIDR block.

            • DhcpOptionsId — (String)

              The identifier of the set of Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) options that are associated with the VPC. If the default options are associated with the VPC, then this is default.

            • State — (String)

              The current state of the VPC.

          • AwsEc2Eip — (map)

            Details about an Elastic IP address.

            • InstanceId — (String)

              The identifier of the EC2 instance.

            • PublicIp — (String)

              A public IP address that is associated with the EC2 instance.

            • AllocationId — (String)

              The identifier that AWS assigns to represent the allocation of the Elastic IP address for use with Amazon VPC.

            • AssociationId — (String)

              The identifier that represents the association of the Elastic IP address with an EC2 instance.

            • Domain — (String)

              The domain in which to allocate the address.

              If the address is for use with EC2 instances in a VPC, then Domain is vpc. Otherwise, Domain is standard.

            • PublicIpv4Pool — (String)

              The identifier of an IP address pool. This parameter allows Amazon EC2 to select an IP address from the address pool.

            • NetworkBorderGroup — (String)

              The name of the location from which the Elastic IP address is advertised.

            • NetworkInterfaceId — (String)

              The identifier of the network interface.

            • NetworkInterfaceOwnerId — (String)

              The AWS account ID of the owner of the network interface.

            • PrivateIpAddress — (String)

              The private IP address that is associated with the Elastic IP address.

          • AwsElbv2LoadBalancer — (map)

            Details about a load balancer.

            • AvailabilityZones — (Array<map>)

              The Availability Zones for the load balancer.

              • ZoneName — (String)

                The name of the Availability Zone.

              • SubnetId — (String)

                The ID of the subnet. You can specify one subnet per Availability Zone.

            • CanonicalHostedZoneId — (String)

              The ID of the Amazon Route 53 hosted zone associated with the load balancer.

            • CreatedTime — (String)

              Indicates when the load balancer was created.

              Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • DNSName — (String)

              The public DNS name of the load balancer.

            • IpAddressType — (String)

              The type of IP addresses used by the subnets for your load balancer. The possible values are ipv4 (for IPv4 addresses) and dualstack (for IPv4 and IPv6 addresses).

            • Scheme — (String)

              The nodes of an Internet-facing load balancer have public IP addresses.

            • SecurityGroups — (Array<String>)

              The IDs of the security groups for the load balancer.

            • State — (map)

              The state of the load balancer.

              • Code — (String)

                The state code. The initial state of the load balancer is provisioning.

                After the load balancer is fully set up and ready to route traffic, its state is active.

                If the load balancer could not be set up, its state is failed.

              • Reason — (String)

                A description of the state.

            • Type — (String)

              The type of load balancer.

            • VpcId — (String)

              The ID of the VPC for the load balancer.

          • AwsElasticsearchDomain — (map)

            Details for an Elasticsearch domain.

            • AccessPolicies — (String)

              IAM policy document specifying the access policies for the new Amazon ES domain.

            • DomainEndpointOptions — (map)

              Additional options for the domain endpoint.

              • EnforceHTTPS — (Boolean)

                Whether to require that all traffic to the domain arrive over HTTPS.

              • TLSSecurityPolicy — (String)

                The TLS security policy to apply to the HTTPS endpoint of the Elasticsearch domain.

                Valid values:

                • Policy-Min-TLS-1-0-2019-07, which supports TLSv1.0 and higher

                • Policy-Min-TLS-1-2-2019-07, which only supports TLSv1.2

            • DomainId — (String)

              Unique identifier for an Amazon ES domain.

            • DomainName — (String)

              Name of an Amazon ES domain.

              Domain names are unique across all domains owned by the same account within an AWS Region.

              Domain names must start with a lowercase letter and must be between 3 and 28 characters.

              Valid characters are a-z (lowercase only), 0-9, and – (hyphen).

            • Endpoint — (String)

              Domain-specific endpoint used to submit index, search, and data upload requests to an Amazon ES domain.

              The endpoint is a service URL.

            • Endpoints — (map<String>)

              The key-value pair that exists if the Amazon ES domain uses VPC endpoints.

            • ElasticsearchVersion — (String)

              Elasticsearch version.

            • EncryptionAtRestOptions — (map)

              Details about the configuration for encryption at rest.

              • Enabled — (Boolean)

                Whether encryption at rest is enabled.

              • KmsKeyId — (String)

                The KMS key ID. Takes the form 1a2a3a4-1a2a-3a4a-5a6a-1a2a3a4a5a6a.

            • NodeToNodeEncryptionOptions — (map)

              Details about the configuration for node-to-node encryption.

              • Enabled — (Boolean)

                Whether node-to-node encryption is enabled.

            • VPCOptions — (map)

              Information that Amazon ES derives based on VPCOptions for the domain.

              • AvailabilityZones — (Array<String>)

                The list of Availability Zones associated with the VPC subnets.

              • SecurityGroupIds — (Array<String>)

                The list of security group IDs associated with the VPC endpoints for the domain.

              • SubnetIds — (Array<String>)

                A list of subnet IDs associated with the VPC endpoints for the domain.

              • VPCId — (String)

                ID for the VPC.

          • AwsS3Bucket — (map)

            Details about an Amazon S3 bucket related to a finding.

            • OwnerId — (String)

              The canonical user ID of the owner of the S3 bucket.

            • OwnerName — (String)

              The display name of the owner of the S3 bucket.

            • CreatedAt — (String)

              Indicates when the S3 bucket was created.

              Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • ServerSideEncryptionConfiguration — (map)

              The encryption rules that are applied to the S3 bucket.

              • Rules — (Array<map>)

                The encryption rules that are applied to the S3 bucket.

                • ApplyServerSideEncryptionByDefault — (map)

                  Specifies the default server-side encryption to apply to new objects in the bucket. If a PUT object request doesn't specify any server-side encryption, this default encryption is applied.

                  • SSEAlgorithm — (String)

                    Server-side encryption algorithm to use for the default encryption.

                  • KMSMasterKeyID — (String)

                    AWS KMS customer master key (CMK) ID to use for the default encryption.

          • AwsS3Object — (map)

            Details about an Amazon S3 object related to a finding.

            • LastModified — (String)

              Indicates when the object was last modified.

              Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • ETag — (String)

              The opaque identifier assigned by a web server to a specific version of a resource found at a URL.

            • VersionId — (String)

              The version of the object.

            • ContentType — (String)

              A standard MIME type describing the format of the object data.

            • ServerSideEncryption — (String)

              If the object is stored using server-side encryption, the value of the server-side encryption algorithm used when storing this object in Amazon S3.

            • SSEKMSKeyId — (String)

              The identifier of the AWS Key Management Service (AWS KMS) symmetric customer managed customer master key (CMK) that was used for the object.

          • AwsSecretsManagerSecret — (map)

            Details about a Secrets Manager secret.

            • RotationRules — (map)

              Defines the rotation schedule for the secret.

              • AutomaticallyAfterDays — (Integer)

                The number of days after the previous rotation to rotate the secret.

            • RotationOccurredWithinFrequency — (Boolean)

              Whether the rotation occurred within the specified rotation frequency.

            • KmsKeyId — (String)

              The ARN, Key ID, or alias of the AWS KMS customer master key (CMK) used to encrypt the SecretString or SecretBinary values for versions of this secret.

            • RotationEnabled — (Boolean)

              Whether rotation is enabled.

            • RotationLambdaArn — (String)

              The ARN of the Lambda function that rotates the secret.

            • Deleted — (Boolean)

              Whether the secret is deleted.

            • Name — (String)

              The name of the secret.

            • Description — (String)

              The user-provided description of the secret.

          • AwsIamAccessKey — (map)

            Details about an IAM access key related to a finding.

            • UserName — (String)

              The user associated with the IAM access key related to a finding.

              The UserName parameter has been replaced with the PrincipalName parameter because access keys can also be assigned to principals that are not IAM users.

            • Status — (String)

              The status of the IAM access key related to a finding.

              Possible values include:
              • "Active"
              • "Inactive"
            • CreatedAt — (String)

              Indicates when the IAM access key was created.

              Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • PrincipalId — (String)

              The ID of the principal associated with an access key.

            • PrincipalType — (String)

              The type of principal associated with an access key.

            • PrincipalName — (String)

              The name of the principal.

          • AwsIamUser — (map)

            Details about an IAM user.

            • AttachedManagedPolicies — (Array<map>)

              A list of the managed policies that are attached to the user.

              • PolicyName — (String)

                The name of the policy.

              • PolicyArn — (String)

                The ARN of the policy.

            • CreateDate — (String)

              Indicates when the user was created.

              Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • GroupList — (Array<String>)

              A list of IAM groups that the user belongs to.

            • Path — (String)

              The path to the user.

            • PermissionsBoundary — (map)

              The permissions boundary for the user.

              • PermissionsBoundaryArn — (String)

                The ARN of the policy used to set the permissions boundary for the user.

              • PermissionsBoundaryType — (String)

                The usage type for the permissions boundary.

            • UserId — (String)

              The unique identifier for the user.

            • UserName — (String)

              The name of the user.

            • UserPolicyList — (Array<map>)

              The list of inline policies that are embedded in the user.

              • PolicyName — (String)

                The name of the policy.

          • AwsIamPolicy — (map)

            Details about an IAM permissions policy.

            • AttachmentCount — (Integer)

              The number of users, groups, and roles that the policy is attached to.

            • CreateDate — (String)

              When the policy was created.

              Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • DefaultVersionId — (String)

              The identifier of the default version of the policy.

            • Description — (String)

              A description of the policy.

            • IsAttachable — (Boolean)

              Whether the policy can be attached to a user, group, or role.

            • Path — (String)

              The path to the policy.

            • PermissionsBoundaryUsageCount — (Integer)

              The number of users and roles that use the policy to set the permissions boundary.

            • PolicyId — (String)

              The unique identifier of the policy.

            • PolicyName — (String)

              The name of the policy.

            • PolicyVersionList — (Array<map>)

              List of versions of the policy.

              • VersionId — (String)

                The identifier of the policy version.

              • IsDefaultVersion — (Boolean)

                Whether the version is the default version.

              • CreateDate — (String)

                Indicates when the version was created.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • UpdateDate — (String)

              When the policy was most recently updated.

              Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

          • AwsDynamoDbTable — (map)

            Details about a DynamoDB table.

            • AttributeDefinitions — (Array<map>)

              A list of attribute definitions for the table.

              • AttributeName — (String)

                The name of the attribute.

              • AttributeType — (String)

                The type of the attribute.

            • BillingModeSummary — (map)

              Information about the billing for read/write capacity on the table.

              • BillingMode — (String)

                The method used to charge for read and write throughput and to manage capacity.

              • LastUpdateToPayPerRequestDateTime — (String)

                If the billing mode is PAY_PER_REQUEST, indicates when the billing mode was set to that value.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • CreationDateTime — (String)

              Indicates when the table was created.

              Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • GlobalSecondaryIndexes — (Array<map>)

              List of global secondary indexes for the table.

              • Backfilling — (Boolean)

                Whether the index is currently backfilling.

              • IndexArn — (String)

                The ARN of the index.

              • IndexName — (String)

                The name of the index.

              • IndexSizeBytes — (Integer)

                The total size in bytes of the index.

              • IndexStatus — (String)

                The current status of the index.

              • ItemCount — (Integer)

                The number of items in the index.

              • KeySchema — (Array<map>)

                The key schema for the index.

                • AttributeName — (String)

                  The name of the key schema attribute.

                • KeyType — (String)

                  The type of key used for the key schema attribute.

              • Projection — (map)

                Attributes that are copied from the table into an index.

                • NonKeyAttributes — (Array<String>)

                  The nonkey attributes that are projected into the index. For each attribute, provide the attribute name.

                • ProjectionType — (String)

                  The types of attributes that are projected into the index.

              • ProvisionedThroughput — (map)

                Information about the provisioned throughput settings for the indexes.

                • LastDecreaseDateTime — (String)

                  Indicates when the provisioned throughput was last decreased.

                  Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

                • LastIncreaseDateTime — (String)

                  Indicates when the provisioned throughput was last increased.

                  Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

                • NumberOfDecreasesToday — (Integer)

                  The number of times during the current UTC calendar day that the provisioned throughput was decreased.

                • ReadCapacityUnits — (Integer)

                  The maximum number of strongly consistent reads consumed per second before DynamoDB returns a ThrottlingException.

                • WriteCapacityUnits — (Integer)

                  The maximum number of writes consumed per second before DynamoDB returns a ThrottlingException.

            • GlobalTableVersion — (String)

              The version of global tables being used.

            • ItemCount — (Integer)

              The number of items in the table.

            • KeySchema — (Array<map>)

              The primary key structure for the table.

              • AttributeName — (String)

                The name of the key schema attribute.

              • KeyType — (String)

                The type of key used for the key schema attribute.

            • LatestStreamArn — (String)

              The ARN of the latest stream for the table.

            • LatestStreamLabel — (String)

              The label of the latest stream. The label is not a unique identifier.

            • LocalSecondaryIndexes — (Array<map>)

              The list of local secondary indexes for the table.

              • IndexArn — (String)

                The ARN of the index.

              • IndexName — (String)

                The name of the index.

              • KeySchema — (Array<map>)

                The complete key schema for the index.

                • AttributeName — (String)

                  The name of the key schema attribute.

                • KeyType — (String)

                  The type of key used for the key schema attribute.

              • Projection — (map)

                Attributes that are copied from the table into the index. These are in addition to the primary key attributes and index key attributes, which are automatically projected.

                • NonKeyAttributes — (Array<String>)

                  The nonkey attributes that are projected into the index. For each attribute, provide the attribute name.

                • ProjectionType — (String)

                  The types of attributes that are projected into the index.

            • ProvisionedThroughput — (map)

              Information about the provisioned throughput for the table.

              • LastDecreaseDateTime — (String)

                Indicates when the provisioned throughput was last decreased.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

              • LastIncreaseDateTime — (String)

                Indicates when the provisioned throughput was last increased.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

              • NumberOfDecreasesToday — (Integer)

                The number of times during the current UTC calendar day that the provisioned throughput was decreased.

              • ReadCapacityUnits — (Integer)

                The maximum number of strongly consistent reads consumed per second before DynamoDB returns a ThrottlingException.

              • WriteCapacityUnits — (Integer)

                The maximum number of writes consumed per second before DynamoDB returns a ThrottlingException.

            • Replicas — (Array<map>)

              The list of replicas of this table.

              • GlobalSecondaryIndexes — (Array<map>)

                List of global secondary indexes for the replica.

                • IndexName — (String)

                  The name of the index.

                • ProvisionedThroughputOverride — (map)

                  Replica-specific configuration for the provisioned throughput for the index.

                  • ReadCapacityUnits — (Integer)

                    The read capacity units for the replica.

              • KmsMasterKeyId — (String)

                The identifier of the AWS KMS customer master key (CMK) that will be used for AWS KMS encryption for the replica.

              • ProvisionedThroughputOverride — (map)

                Replica-specific configuration for the provisioned throughput.

                • ReadCapacityUnits — (Integer)

                  The read capacity units for the replica.

              • RegionName — (String)

                The name of the Region where the replica is located.

              • ReplicaStatus — (String)

                The current status of the replica.

              • ReplicaStatusDescription — (String)

                Detailed information about the replica status.

            • RestoreSummary — (map)

              Information about the restore for the table.

              • SourceBackupArn — (String)

                The ARN of the source backup from which the table was restored.

              • SourceTableArn — (String)

                The ARN of the source table for the backup.

              • RestoreDateTime — (String)

                Indicates the point in time that the table was restored to.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

              • RestoreInProgress — (Boolean)

                Whether a restore is currently in progress.

            • SseDescription — (map)

              Information about the server-side encryption for the table.

              • InaccessibleEncryptionDateTime — (String)

                If the key is inaccessible, the date and time when DynamoDB detected that the key was inaccessible.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

              • Status — (String)

                The status of the server-side encryption.

              • SseType — (String)

                The type of server-side encryption.

              • KmsMasterKeyArn — (String)

                The ARN of the AWS KMS customer master key (CMK) that is used for the AWS KMS encryption.

            • StreamSpecification — (map)

              The current DynamoDB Streams configuration for the table.

              • StreamEnabled — (Boolean)

                Indicates whether DynamoDB Streams is enabled on the table.

              • StreamViewType — (String)

                Determines the information that is written to the table.

            • TableId — (String)

              The identifier of the table.

            • TableName — (String)

              The name of the table.

            • TableSizeBytes — (Integer)

              The total size of the table in bytes.

            • TableStatus — (String)

              The current status of the table.

          • AwsIamRole — (map)

            Details about an IAM role.

            • AssumeRolePolicyDocument — (String)

              The trust policy that grants permission to assume the role.

            • CreateDate — (String)

              Indicates when the role was created.

              Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • RoleId — (String)

              The stable and unique string identifying the role.

            • RoleName — (String)

              The friendly name that identifies the role.

            • MaxSessionDuration — (Integer)

              The maximum session duration (in seconds) that you want to set for the specified role.

            • Path — (String)

              The path to the role.

          • AwsKmsKey — (map)

            Details about a KMS key.

            • AWSAccountId — (String)

              The twelve-digit account ID of the AWS account that owns the CMK.

            • CreationDate — (Float)

              Indicates when the CMK was created.

              Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • KeyId — (String)

              The globally unique identifier for the CMK.

            • KeyManager — (String)

              The manager of the CMK. CMKs in your AWS account are either customer managed or AWS managed.

            • KeyState — (String)

              The state of the CMK.

            • Origin — (String)

              The source of the CMK's key material.

              When this value is AWS_KMS, AWS KMS created the key material.

              When this value is EXTERNAL, the key material was imported from your existing key management infrastructure or the CMK lacks key material.

              When this value is AWS_CLOUDHSM, the key material was created in the AWS CloudHSM cluster associated with a custom key store.

            • Description — (String)

              A description of the key.

          • AwsLambdaFunction — (map)

            Details about a Lambda function.

            • Code — (map)

              An AwsLambdaFunctionCode object.

              • S3Bucket — (String)

                An Amazon S3 bucket in the same AWS Region as your function. The bucket can be in a different AWS account.

              • S3Key — (String)

                The Amazon S3 key of the deployment package.

              • S3ObjectVersion — (String)

                For versioned objects, the version of the deployment package object to use.

              • ZipFile — (String)

                The base64-encoded contents of the deployment package. AWS SDK and AWS CLI clients handle the encoding for you.

            • CodeSha256 — (String)

              The SHA256 hash of the function's deployment package.

            • DeadLetterConfig — (map)

              The function's dead letter queue.

              • TargetArn — (String)

                The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of an Amazon SQS queue or Amazon SNS topic.

            • Environment — (map)

              The function's environment variables.

              • Variables — (map<String>)

                Environment variable key-value pairs.

              • Error — (map)

                An AwsLambdaFunctionEnvironmentError object.

                • ErrorCode — (String)

                  The error code.

                • Message — (String)

                  The error message.

            • FunctionName — (String)

              The name of the function.

            • Handler — (String)

              The function that Lambda calls to begin executing your function.

            • KmsKeyArn — (String)

              The KMS key that's used to encrypt the function's environment variables. This key is only returned if you've configured a customer managed CMK.

            • LastModified — (String)

              Indicates when the function was last updated.

              Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • Layers — (Array<map>)

              The function's layers.

              • Arn — (String)

                The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the function layer.

              • CodeSize — (Integer)

                The size of the layer archive in bytes.

            • MasterArn — (String)

              For Lambda@Edge functions, the ARN of the master function.

            • MemorySize — (Integer)

              The memory that's allocated to the function.

            • RevisionId — (String)

              The latest updated revision of the function or alias.

            • Role — (String)

              The function's execution role.

            • Runtime — (String)

              The runtime environment for the Lambda function.

            • Timeout — (Integer)

              The amount of time that Lambda allows a function to run before stopping it.

            • TracingConfig — (map)

              The function's AWS X-Ray tracing configuration.

              • Mode — (String)

                The tracing mode.

            • VpcConfig — (map)

              The function's networking configuration.

              • SecurityGroupIds — (Array<String>)

                A list of VPC security groups IDs.

              • SubnetIds — (Array<String>)

                A list of VPC subnet IDs.

              • VpcId — (String)

                The ID of the VPC.

            • Version — (String)

              The version of the Lambda function.

          • AwsLambdaLayerVersion — (map)

            Details for a Lambda layer version.

            • Version — (Integer)

              The version number.

            • CompatibleRuntimes — (Array<String>)

              The layer's compatible runtimes. Maximum number of five items.

              Valid values: nodejs10.x | nodejs12.x | java8 | java11 | python2.7 | python3.6 | python3.7 | python3.8 | dotnetcore1.0 | dotnetcore2.1 | go1.x | ruby2.5 | provided

            • CreatedDate — (String)

              Indicates when the version was created.

              Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

          • AwsRdsDbInstance — (map)

            Details about an Amazon RDS database instance.

            • AssociatedRoles — (Array<map>)

              The AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) roles associated with the DB instance.

              • RoleArn — (String)

                The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the IAM role that is associated with the DB instance.

              • FeatureName — (String)

                The name of the feature associated with the IAM)role.

              • Status — (String)

                Describes the state of the association between the IAM role and the DB instance. The Status property returns one of the following values:

                • ACTIVE - The IAM role ARN is associated with the DB instance and can be used to access other AWS services on your behalf.

                • PENDING - The IAM role ARN is being associated with the DB instance.

                • INVALID - The IAM role ARN is associated with the DB instance. But the DB instance is unable to assume the IAM role in order to access other AWS services on your behalf.

            • CACertificateIdentifier — (String)

              The identifier of the CA certificate for this DB instance.

            • DBClusterIdentifier — (String)

              If the DB instance is a member of a DB cluster, contains the name of the DB cluster that the DB instance is a member of.

            • DBInstanceIdentifier — (String)

              Contains a user-supplied database identifier. This identifier is the unique key that identifies a DB instance.

            • DBInstanceClass — (String)

              Contains the name of the compute and memory capacity class of the DB instance.

            • DbInstancePort — (Integer)

              Specifies the port that the DB instance listens on. If the DB instance is part of a DB cluster, this can be a different port than the DB cluster port.

            • DbiResourceId — (String)

              The AWS Region-unique, immutable identifier for the DB instance. This identifier is found in AWS CloudTrail log entries whenever the AWS KMS key for the DB instance is accessed.

            • DBName — (String)

              The meaning of this parameter differs according to the database engine you use.

              MySQL, MariaDB, SQL Server, PostgreSQL

              Contains the name of the initial database of this instance that was provided at create time, if one was specified when the DB instance was created. This same name is returned for the life of the DB instance.

              Oracle

              Contains the Oracle System ID (SID) of the created DB instance. Not shown when the returned parameters do not apply to an Oracle DB instance.

            • DeletionProtection — (Boolean)

              Indicates whether the DB instance has deletion protection enabled.

              When deletion protection is enabled, the database cannot be deleted.

            • Endpoint — (map)

              Specifies the connection endpoint.

              • Address — (String)

                Specifies the DNS address of the DB instance.

              • Port — (Integer)

                Specifies the port that the database engine is listening on.

              • HostedZoneId — (String)

                Specifies the ID that Amazon Route 53 assigns when you create a hosted zone.

            • Engine — (String)

              Provides the name of the database engine to use for this DB instance.

            • EngineVersion — (String)

              Indicates the database engine version.

            • IAMDatabaseAuthenticationEnabled — (Boolean)

              True if mapping of AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) accounts to database accounts is enabled, and otherwise false.

              IAM database authentication can be enabled for the following database engines.

              • For MySQL 5.6, minor version 5.6.34 or higher

              • For MySQL 5.7, minor version 5.7.16 or higher

              • Aurora 5.6 or higher

            • InstanceCreateTime — (String)

              Indicates when the DB instance was created.

              Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • KmsKeyId — (String)

              If StorageEncrypted is true, the AWS KMS key identifier for the encrypted DB instance.

            • PubliclyAccessible — (Boolean)

              Specifies the accessibility options for the DB instance.

              A value of true specifies an Internet-facing instance with a publicly resolvable DNS name, which resolves to a public IP address.

              A value of false specifies an internal instance with a DNS name that resolves to a private IP address.

            • StorageEncrypted — (Boolean)

              Specifies whether the DB instance is encrypted.

            • TdeCredentialArn — (String)

              The ARN from the key store with which the instance is associated for TDE encryption.

            • VpcSecurityGroups — (Array<map>)

              A list of VPC security groups that the DB instance belongs to.

              • VpcSecurityGroupId — (String)

                The name of the VPC security group.

              • Status — (String)

                The status of the VPC security group.

            • MultiAz — (Boolean)

              Whether the DB instance is a multiple Availability Zone deployment.

            • EnhancedMonitoringResourceArn — (String)

              The ARN of the CloudWatch Logs log stream that receives the enhanced monitoring metrics data for the DB instance.

            • DbInstanceStatus — (String)

              The current status of the DB instance.

            • MasterUsername — (String)

              The master user name of the DB instance.

            • AllocatedStorage — (Integer)

              The amount of storage (in gigabytes) to initially allocate for the DB instance.

            • PreferredBackupWindow — (String)

              The range of time each day when automated backups are created, if automated backups are enabled.

              Uses the format HH:MM-HH:MM. For example, 04:52-05:22.

            • BackupRetentionPeriod — (Integer)

              The number of days for which to retain automated backups.

            • DbSecurityGroups — (Array<String>)

              A list of the DB security groups to assign to the DB instance.

            • DbParameterGroups — (Array<map>)

              A list of the DB parameter groups to assign to the DB instance.

              • DbParameterGroupName — (String)

              • ParameterApplyStatus — (String)

            • AvailabilityZone — (String)

              The Availability Zone where the DB instance will be created.

            • DbSubnetGroup — (map)

              Information about the subnet group that is associated with the DB instance.

              • DbSubnetGroupName — (String)

                The name of the subnet group.

              • DbSubnetGroupDescription — (String)

                The description of the subnet group.

              • VpcId — (String)

                The VPC ID of the subnet group.

              • SubnetGroupStatus — (String)

                The status of the subnet group.

              • Subnets — (Array<map>)

                A list of subnets in the subnet group.

                • SubnetIdentifier — (String)

                  The identifier of a subnet in the subnet group.

                • SubnetAvailabilityZone — (map)

                  Information about the Availability Zone for a subnet in the subnet group.

                  • Name — (String)

                    The name of the Availability Zone for a subnet in the subnet group.

                • SubnetStatus — (String)

                  The status of a subnet in the subnet group.

              • DbSubnetGroupArn — (String)

                The ARN of the subnet group.

            • PreferredMaintenanceWindow — (String)

              The weekly time range during which system maintenance can occur, in Universal Coordinated Time (UTC).

              Uses the format <day>:HH:MM-<day>:HH:MM.

              For the day values, use mon|tue|wed|thu|fri|sat|sun.

              For example, sun:09:32-sun:10:02.

            • PendingModifiedValues — (map)

              Changes to the DB instance that are currently pending.

              • DbInstanceClass — (String)

              • AllocatedStorage — (Integer)

              • MasterUserPassword — (String)

              • Port — (Integer)

              • BackupRetentionPeriod — (Integer)

              • MultiAZ — (Boolean)

              • EngineVersion — (String)

              • LicenseModel — (String)

              • Iops — (Integer)

              • DbInstanceIdentifier — (String)

              • StorageType — (String)

              • CaCertificateIdentifier — (String)

              • DbSubnetGroupName — (String)

              • PendingCloudWatchLogsExports — (map)

                • LogTypesToEnable — (Array<String>)

                  A list of log types that are being enabled.

                • LogTypesToDisable — (Array<String>)

                  A list of log types that are being disabled.

              • ProcessorFeatures — (Array<map>)

                • Name — (String)

                • Value — (String)

            • LatestRestorableTime — (String)

              Specifies the latest time to which a database can be restored with point-in-time restore.

              Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • AutoMinorVersionUpgrade — (Boolean)

              Indicates whether minor version patches are applied automatically.

            • ReadReplicaSourceDBInstanceIdentifier — (String)

              If this DB instance is a read replica, contains the identifier of the source DB instance.

            • ReadReplicaDBInstanceIdentifiers — (Array<String>)

              List of identifiers of the read replicas associated with this DB instance.

            • ReadReplicaDBClusterIdentifiers — (Array<String>)

              List of identifiers of Aurora DB clusters to which the RDS DB instance is replicated as a read replica.

            • LicenseModel — (String)

              License model information for this DB instance.

            • Iops — (Integer)

              Specifies the provisioned IOPS (I/O operations per second) for this DB instance.

            • OptionGroupMemberships — (Array<map>)

              The list of option group memberships for this DB instance.

              • OptionGroupName — (String)

              • Status — (String)

            • CharacterSetName — (String)

              The name of the character set that this DB instance is associated with.

            • SecondaryAvailabilityZone — (String)

              For a DB instance with multi-Availability Zone support, the name of the secondary Availability Zone.

            • StatusInfos — (Array<map>)

              The status of a read replica. If the instance isn't a read replica, this is empty.

              • StatusType — (String)

                The type of status. For a read replica, the status type is read replication.

              • Normal — (Boolean)

                Whether the read replica instance is operating normally.

              • Status — (String)

                The status of the read replica instance.

              • Message — (String)

                If the read replica is currently in an error state, provides the error details.

            • StorageType — (String)

              The storage type for the DB instance.

            • DomainMemberships — (Array<map>)

              The Active Directory domain membership records associated with the DB instance.

              • Domain — (String)

                The identifier of the Active Directory domain.

              • Status — (String)

                The status of the Active Directory Domain membership for the DB instance.

              • Fqdn — (String)

                The fully qualified domain name of the Active Directory domain.

              • IamRoleName — (String)

                The name of the IAM role to use when making API calls to the Directory Service.

            • CopyTagsToSnapshot — (Boolean)

              Whether to copy resource tags to snapshots of the DB instance.

            • MonitoringInterval — (Integer)

              The interval, in seconds, between points when enhanced monitoring metrics are collected for the DB instance.

            • MonitoringRoleArn — (String)

              The ARN for the IAM role that permits Amazon RDS to send enhanced monitoring metrics to CloudWatch Logs.

            • PromotionTier — (Integer)

              The order in which to promote an Aurora replica to the primary instance after a failure of the existing primary instance.

            • Timezone — (String)

              The time zone of the DB instance.

            • PerformanceInsightsEnabled — (Boolean)

              Indicates whether Performance Insights is enabled for the DB instance.

            • PerformanceInsightsKmsKeyId — (String)

              The identifier of the AWS KMS key used to encrypt the Performance Insights data.

            • PerformanceInsightsRetentionPeriod — (Integer)

              The number of days to retain Performance Insights data.

            • EnabledCloudWatchLogsExports — (Array<String>)

              A list of log types that this DB instance is configured to export to CloudWatch Logs.

            • ProcessorFeatures — (Array<map>)

              The number of CPU cores and the number of threads per core for the DB instance class of the DB instance.

              • Name — (String)

              • Value — (String)

            • ListenerEndpoint — (map)

              Specifies the connection endpoint.

              • Address — (String)

                Specifies the DNS address of the DB instance.

              • Port — (Integer)

                Specifies the port that the database engine is listening on.

              • HostedZoneId — (String)

                Specifies the ID that Amazon Route 53 assigns when you create a hosted zone.

            • MaxAllocatedStorage — (Integer)

              The upper limit to which Amazon RDS can automatically scale the storage of the DB instance.

          • AwsSnsTopic — (map)

            Details about an SNS topic.

            • KmsMasterKeyId — (String)

              The ID of an AWS managed customer master key (CMK) for Amazon SNS or a custom CMK.

            • Subscription — (Array<map>)

              Subscription is an embedded property that describes the subscription endpoints of an Amazon SNS topic.

              • Endpoint — (String)

                The subscription's endpoint (format depends on the protocol).

              • Protocol — (String)

                The subscription's protocol.

            • TopicName — (String)

              The name of the topic.

            • Owner — (String)

              The subscription's owner.

          • AwsSqsQueue — (map)

            Details about an SQS queue.

            • KmsDataKeyReusePeriodSeconds — (Integer)

              The length of time, in seconds, for which Amazon SQS can reuse a data key to encrypt or decrypt messages before calling AWS KMS again.

            • KmsMasterKeyId — (String)

              The ID of an AWS managed customer master key (CMK) for Amazon SQS or a custom CMK.

            • QueueName — (String)

              The name of the new queue.

            • DeadLetterTargetArn — (String)

              The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the dead-letter queue to which Amazon SQS moves messages after the value of maxReceiveCount is exceeded.

          • AwsWafWebAcl — (map)

            Details for a WAF WebACL.

            • Name — (String)

              A friendly name or description of the WebACL. You can't change the name of a WebACL after you create it.

            • DefaultAction — (String)

              The action to perform if none of the rules contained in the WebACL match.

            • Rules — (Array<map>)

              An array that contains the action for each rule in a WebACL, the priority of the rule, and the ID of the rule.

              • Action — (map)

                Specifies the action that CloudFront or AWS WAF takes when a web request matches the conditions in the rule.

                • Type — (String)

                  Specifies how you want AWS WAF to respond to requests that match the settings in a rule.

                  Valid settings include the following:

                  • ALLOW - AWS WAF allows requests

                  • BLOCK - AWS WAF blocks requests

                  • COUNT - AWS WAF increments a counter of the requests that match all of the conditions in the rule. AWS WAF then continues to inspect the web request based on the remaining rules in the web ACL. You can't specify COUNT for the default action for a WebACL.

              • ExcludedRules — (Array<map>)

                Rules to exclude from a rule group.

                • RuleId — (String)

                  The unique identifier for the rule to exclude from the rule group.

              • OverrideAction — (map)

                Use the OverrideAction to test your RuleGroup.

                Any rule in a RuleGroup can potentially block a request. If you set the OverrideAction to None, the RuleGroup blocks a request if any individual rule in the RuleGroup matches the request and is configured to block that request.

                However, if you first want to test the RuleGroup, set the OverrideAction to Count. The RuleGroup then overrides any block action specified by individual rules contained within the group. Instead of blocking matching requests, those requests are counted.

                ActivatedRule|OverrideAction applies only when updating or adding a RuleGroup to a WebACL. In this case you do not use ActivatedRule|Action. For all other update requests, ActivatedRule|Action is used instead of ActivatedRule|OverrideAction.

                • Type — (String)

                  COUNT overrides the action specified by the individual rule within a RuleGroup .

                  If set to NONE, the rule's action takes place.

              • Priority — (Integer)

                Specifies the order in which the rules in a WebACL are evaluated. Rules with a lower value for Priority are evaluated before rules with a higher value. The value must be a unique integer. If you add multiple rules to a WebACL, the values do not need to be consecutive.

              • RuleId — (String)

                The identifier for a rule.

              • Type — (String)

                The rule type.

                Valid values: REGULAR | RATE_BASED | GROUP

                The default is REGULAR.

            • WebAclId — (String)

              A unique identifier for a WebACL.

          • AwsRdsDbSnapshot — (map)

            Details about an Amazon RDS database snapshot.

            • DbSnapshotIdentifier — (String)

            • DbInstanceIdentifier — (String)

            • SnapshotCreateTime — (String)

            • Engine — (String)

            • AllocatedStorage — (Integer)

            • Status — (String)

            • Port — (Integer)

            • AvailabilityZone — (String)

            • VpcId — (String)

            • InstanceCreateTime — (String)

            • MasterUsername — (String)

            • EngineVersion — (String)

            • LicenseModel — (String)

            • SnapshotType — (String)

            • Iops — (Integer)

            • OptionGroupName — (String)

            • PercentProgress — (Integer)

            • SourceRegion — (String)

            • SourceDbSnapshotIdentifier — (String)

            • StorageType — (String)

            • TdeCredentialArn — (String)

            • Encrypted — (Boolean)

            • KmsKeyId — (String)

            • Timezone — (String)

            • IamDatabaseAuthenticationEnabled — (Boolean)

            • ProcessorFeatures — (Array<map>)

              • Name — (String)

              • Value — (String)

            • DbiResourceId — (String)

          • AwsRdsDbClusterSnapshot — (map)

            Details about an Amazon RDS database cluster snapshot.

            • AvailabilityZones — (Array<String>)

              A list of Availability Zones where instances in the DB cluster can be created.

            • SnapshotCreateTime — (String)

              Indicates when the snapshot was taken.

              Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • Engine — (String)

            • AllocatedStorage — (Integer)

              Specifies the allocated storage size in gibibytes (GiB).

            • Status — (String)

              The status of this DB cluster snapshot.

            • Port — (Integer)

              The port number on which the DB instances in the DB cluster accept connections.

            • VpcId — (String)

              The VPC ID that is associated with the DB cluster snapshot.

            • ClusterCreateTime — (String)

              Indicates when the DB cluster was created, in Universal Coordinated Time (UTC).

              Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • MasterUsername — (String)

              The name of the master user for the DB cluster.

            • EngineVersion — (String)

              The version of the database engine to use.

            • LicenseModel — (String)

              The license model information for this DB cluster snapshot.

            • SnapshotType — (String)

              The type of DB cluster snapshot.

            • PercentProgress — (Integer)

              Specifies the percentage of the estimated data that has been transferred.

            • StorageEncrypted — (Boolean)

              Whether the DB cluster is encrypted.

            • KmsKeyId — (String)

              The ARN of the AWS KMS master key that is used to encrypt the database instances in the DB cluster.

            • DbClusterIdentifier — (String)

              The DB cluster identifier.

            • DbClusterSnapshotIdentifier — (String)

              The identifier of the DB cluster snapshot.

            • IamDatabaseAuthenticationEnabled — (Boolean)

              Whether mapping of IAM accounts to database accounts is enabled.

          • AwsRdsDbCluster — (map)

            Details about an Amazon RDS database cluster.

            • AllocatedStorage — (Integer)

              For all database engines except Aurora, specifies the allocated storage size in gibibytes (GiB).

            • AvailabilityZones — (Array<String>)

              A list of Availability Zones (AZs) where instances in the DB cluster can be created.

            • BackupRetentionPeriod — (Integer)

              The number of days for which automated backups are retained.

            • DatabaseName — (String)

              The name of the database.

            • Status — (String)

              The current status of this DB cluster.

            • Endpoint — (String)

              The connection endpoint for the primary instance of the DB cluster.

            • ReaderEndpoint — (String)

              The reader endpoint for the DB cluster.

            • CustomEndpoints — (Array<String>)

              A list of custom endpoints for the DB cluster.

            • MultiAz — (Boolean)

              Whether the DB cluster has instances in multiple Availability Zones.

            • Engine — (String)

              The name of the database engine to use for this DB cluster.

            • EngineVersion — (String)

              The version number of the database engine to use.

            • Port — (Integer)

              The port number on which the DB instances in the DB cluster accept connections.

            • MasterUsername — (String)

              The name of the master user for the DB cluster.

            • PreferredBackupWindow — (String)

              The range of time each day when automated backups are created, if automated backups are enabled.

              Uses the format HH:MM-HH:MM. For example, 04:52-05:22.

            • PreferredMaintenanceWindow — (String)

              The weekly time range during which system maintenance can occur, in Universal Coordinated Time (UTC).

              Uses the format <day>:HH:MM-<day>:HH:MM.

              For the day values, use mon|tue|wed|thu|fri|sat|sun.

              For example, sun:09:32-sun:10:02.

            • ReadReplicaIdentifiers — (Array<String>)

              The identifiers of the read replicas that are associated with this DB cluster.

            • VpcSecurityGroups — (Array<map>)

              A list of VPC security groups that the DB cluster belongs to.

              • VpcSecurityGroupId — (String)

                The name of the VPC security group.

              • Status — (String)

                The status of the VPC security group.

            • HostedZoneId — (String)

              Specifies the identifier that Amazon Route 53 assigns when you create a hosted zone.

            • StorageEncrypted — (Boolean)

              Whether the DB cluster is encrypted.

            • KmsKeyId — (String)

              The ARN of the AWS KMS master key that is used to encrypt the database instances in the DB cluster.

            • DbClusterResourceId — (String)

              The identifier of the DB cluster. The identifier must be unique within each AWS Region and is immutable.

            • AssociatedRoles — (Array<map>)

              A list of the IAM roles that are associated with the DB cluster.

              • RoleArn — (String)

                The ARN of the IAM role.

              • Status — (String)

                The status of the association between the IAM role and the DB cluster.

            • ClusterCreateTime — (String)

              Indicates when the DB cluster was created, in Universal Coordinated Time (UTC).

              Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • EnabledCloudWatchLogsExports — (Array<String>)

              A list of log types that this DB cluster is configured to export to CloudWatch Logs.

            • EngineMode — (String)

              The database engine mode of the DB cluster.

            • DeletionProtection — (Boolean)

              Whether the DB cluster has deletion protection enabled.

            • HttpEndpointEnabled — (Boolean)

              Whether the HTTP endpoint for an Aurora Serverless DB cluster is enabled.

            • ActivityStreamStatus — (String)

              The status of the database activity stream.

            • CopyTagsToSnapshot — (Boolean)

              Whether tags are copied from the DB cluster to snapshots of the DB cluster.

            • CrossAccountClone — (Boolean)

              Whether the DB cluster is a clone of a DB cluster owned by a different AWS account.

            • DomainMemberships — (Array<map>)

              The Active Directory domain membership records that are associated with the DB cluster.

              • Domain — (String)

                The identifier of the Active Directory domain.

              • Status — (String)

                The status of the Active Directory Domain membership for the DB instance.

              • Fqdn — (String)

                The fully qualified domain name of the Active Directory domain.

              • IamRoleName — (String)

                The name of the IAM role to use when making API calls to the Directory Service.

            • DbClusterParameterGroup — (String)

              The name of the DB cluster parameter group for the DB cluster.

            • DbSubnetGroup — (String)

              The subnet group that is associated with the DB cluster, including the name, description, and subnets in the subnet group.

            • DbClusterOptionGroupMemberships — (Array<map>)

              The list of option group memberships for this DB cluster.

              • DbClusterOptionGroupName — (String)

                The name of the DB cluster option group.

              • Status — (String)

                The status of the DB cluster option group.

            • DbClusterIdentifier — (String)

              The DB cluster identifier that the user assigned to the cluster. This identifier is the unique key that identifies a DB cluster.

            • DbClusterMembers — (Array<map>)

              The list of instances that make up the DB cluster.

              • IsClusterWriter — (Boolean)

                Whether the cluster member is the primary instance for the DB cluster.

              • PromotionTier — (Integer)

                Specifies the order in which an Aurora replica is promoted to the primary instance when the existing primary instance fails.

              • DbInstanceIdentifier — (String)

                The instance identifier for this member of the DB cluster.

              • DbClusterParameterGroupStatus — (String)

                The status of the DB cluster parameter group for this member of the DB cluster.

            • IamDatabaseAuthenticationEnabled — (Boolean)

              Whether the mapping of IAM accounts to database accounts is enabled.

          • Container — (map)

            Details about a container resource related to a finding.

            • Name — (String)

              The name of the container related to a finding.

            • ImageId — (String)

              The identifier of the image related to a finding.

            • ImageName — (String)

              The name of the image related to a finding.

            • LaunchedAt — (String)

              Indicates when the container started.

              Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

          • Other — (map<String>)

            Details about a resource that are not available in a type-specific details object. Use the Other object in the following cases.

            • The type-specific object does not contain all of the fields that you want to populate. In this case, first use the type-specific object to populate those fields. Use the Other object to populate the fields that are missing from the type-specific object.

            • The resource type does not have a corresponding object. This includes resources for which the type is Other.

      • Compliance — (map)

        This data type is exclusive to findings that are generated as the result of a check run against a specific rule in a supported security standard, such as CIS AWS Foundations. Contains security standard-related finding details.

        • Status — (String)

          The result of a standards check.

          The valid values for Status are as follows.

            • PASSED - Standards check passed for all evaluated resources.

            • WARNING - Some information is missing or this check is not supported for your configuration.

            • FAILED - Standards check failed for at least one evaluated resource.

            • NOT_AVAILABLE - Check could not be performed due to a service outage, API error, or because the result of the AWS Config evaluation was NOT_APPLICABLE. If the AWS Config evaluation result was NOT_APPLICABLE, then after 3 days, Security Hub automatically archives the finding.

          Possible values include:
          • "PASSED"
          • "WARNING"
          • "FAILED"
          • "NOT_AVAILABLE"
        • RelatedRequirements — (Array<String>)

          For a control, the industry or regulatory framework requirements that are related to the control. The check for that control is aligned with these requirements.

        • StatusReasons — (Array<map>)

          For findings generated from controls, a list of reasons behind the value of Status. For the list of status reason codes and their meanings, see Standards-related information in the ASFF in the AWS Security Hub User Guide.

          • ReasonCoderequired — (String)

            A code that represents a reason for the control status. For the list of status reason codes and their meanings, see Standards-related information in the ASFF in the AWS Security Hub User Guide.

          • Description — (String)

            The corresponding description for the status reason code.

      • VerificationState — (String)

        Indicates the veracity of a finding.

        Possible values include:
        • "UNKNOWN"
        • "TRUE_POSITIVE"
        • "FALSE_POSITIVE"
        • "BENIGN_POSITIVE"
      • WorkflowState — (String)

        The workflow state of a finding.

        Possible values include:
        • "NEW"
        • "ASSIGNED"
        • "IN_PROGRESS"
        • "DEFERRED"
        • "RESOLVED"
      • Workflow — (map)

        Provides information about the status of the investigation into a finding.

        • Status — (String)

          The status of the investigation into the finding. The allowed values are the following.

          • NEW - The initial state of a finding, before it is reviewed.

          • NOTIFIED - Indicates that you notified the resource owner about the security issue. Used when the initial reviewer is not the resource owner, and needs intervention from the resource owner.

          • SUPPRESSED - The finding will not be reviewed again and will not be acted upon.

          • RESOLVED - The finding was reviewed and remediated and is now considered resolved.

          Possible values include:
          • "NEW"
          • "NOTIFIED"
          • "RESOLVED"
          • "SUPPRESSED"
      • RecordState — (String)

        The record state of a finding.

        Possible values include:
        • "ACTIVE"
        • "ARCHIVED"
      • RelatedFindings — (Array<map>)

        A list of related findings.

        • ProductArnrequired — (String)

          The ARN of the product that generated a related finding.

        • Idrequired — (String)

          The product-generated identifier for a related finding.

      • Note — (map)

        A user-defined note added to a finding.

        • Textrequired — (String)

          The text of a note.

        • UpdatedByrequired — (String)

          The principal that created a note.

        • UpdatedAtrequired — (String)

          The timestamp of when the note was updated.

          Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

      • Vulnerabilities — (Array<map>)

        Provides a list of vulnerabilities associated with the findings.

        • Idrequired — (String)

          The identifier of the vulnerability.

        • VulnerablePackages — (Array<map>)

          List of software packages that have the vulnerability.

          • Name — (String)

            The name of the software package.

          • Version — (String)

            The version of the software package.

          • Epoch — (String)

            The epoch of the software package.

          • Release — (String)

            The release of the software package.

          • Architecture — (String)

            The architecture used for the software package.

        • Cvss — (Array<map>)

          CVSS scores from the advisory related to the vulnerability.

          • Version — (String)

            The version of CVSS for the CVSS score.

          • BaseScore — (Float)

            The base CVSS score.

          • BaseVector — (String)

            The base scoring vector for the CVSS score.

        • RelatedVulnerabilities — (Array<String>)

          List of vulnerabilities that are related to this vulnerability.

        • Vendor — (map)

          Information about the vendor that generates the vulnerability report.

          • Namerequired — (String)

            The name of the vendor.

          • Url — (String)

            The URL of the vulnerability advisory.

          • VendorSeverity — (String)

            The severity that the vendor assigned to the vulnerability.

          • VendorCreatedAt — (String)

            Indicates when the vulnerability advisory was created.

            Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

          • VendorUpdatedAt — (String)

            Indicates when the vulnerability advisory was last updated.

            Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

        • ReferenceUrls — (Array<String>)

          A list of URLs that provide additional information about the vulnerability.

      • PatchSummary — (map)

        Provides an overview of the patch compliance status for an instance against a selected compliance standard.

        • Idrequired — (String)

          The identifier of the compliance standard that was used to determine the patch compliance status.

        • InstalledCount — (Integer)

          The number of patches from the compliance standard that were installed successfully.

        • MissingCount — (Integer)

          The number of patches that are part of the compliance standard but are not installed. The count includes patches that failed to install.

        • FailedCount — (Integer)

          The number of patches from the compliance standard that failed to install.

        • InstalledOtherCount — (Integer)

          The number of installed patches that are not part of the compliance standard.

        • InstalledRejectedCount — (Integer)

          The number of patches that are installed but are also on a list of patches that the customer rejected.

        • InstalledPendingReboot — (Integer)

          The number of patches that were installed since the last time the instance was rebooted.

        • OperationStartTime — (String)

          Indicates when the operation started.

          Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

        • OperationEndTime — (String)

          Indicates when the operation completed.

          Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

        • RebootOption — (String)

          The reboot option specified for the instance.

        • Operation — (String)

          The type of patch operation performed. For Patch Manager, the values are SCAN and INSTALL.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs. The data object has the following properties:

      • FailedCount — (Integer)

        The number of findings that failed to import.

      • SuccessCount — (Integer)

        The number of findings that were successfully imported.

      • FailedFindings — (Array<map>)

        The list of findings that failed to import.

        • Idrequired — (String)

          The identifier of the finding that could not be updated.

        • ErrorCoderequired — (String)

          The code of the error returned by the BatchImportFindings operation.

        • ErrorMessagerequired — (String)

          The message of the error returned by the BatchImportFindings operation.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

batchUpdateFindings(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Used by Security Hub customers to update information about their investigation into a finding. Requested by master accounts or member accounts. Master accounts can update findings for their account and their member accounts. Member accounts can update findings for their account.

Updates from BatchUpdateFindings do not affect the value of UpdatedAt for a finding.

Master accounts can use BatchUpdateFindings to update the following finding fields and objects.

  • Confidence

  • Criticality

  • Note

  • RelatedFindings

  • Severity

  • Types

  • UserDefinedFields

  • VerificationState

  • Workflow

Member accounts can only use BatchUpdateFindings to update the Note object.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the batchUpdateFindings operation

var params = {
  FindingIdentifiers: [ /* required */
    {
      Id: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
      ProductArn: 'STRING_VALUE' /* required */
    },
    /* more items */
  ],
  Confidence: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
  Criticality: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
  Note: {
    Text: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
    UpdatedBy: 'STRING_VALUE' /* required */
  },
  RelatedFindings: [
    {
      Id: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
      ProductArn: 'STRING_VALUE' /* required */
    },
    /* more items */
  ],
  Severity: {
    Label: INFORMATIONAL | LOW | MEDIUM | HIGH | CRITICAL,
    Normalized: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
    Product: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
  },
  Types: [
    'STRING_VALUE',
    /* more items */
  ],
  UserDefinedFields: {
    '<NonEmptyString>': 'STRING_VALUE',
    /* '<NonEmptyString>': ... */
  },
  VerificationState: UNKNOWN | TRUE_POSITIVE | FALSE_POSITIVE | BENIGN_POSITIVE,
  Workflow: {
    Status: NEW | NOTIFIED | RESOLVED | SUPPRESSED
  }
};
securityhub.batchUpdateFindings(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • FindingIdentifiers — (Array<map>)

      The list of findings to update. BatchUpdateFindings can be used to update up to 100 findings at a time.

      For each finding, the list provides the finding identifier and the ARN of the finding provider.

      • Idrequired — (String)

        The identifier of the finding that was specified by the finding provider.

      • ProductArnrequired — (String)

        The ARN generated by Security Hub that uniquely identifies a product that generates findings. This can be the ARN for a third-party product that is integrated with Security Hub, or the ARN for a custom integration.

    • Note — (map)

      The updated note.

      • Textrequired — (String)

        The updated note text.

      • UpdatedByrequired — (String)

        The principal that updated the note.

    • Severity — (map)

      Used to update the finding severity.

      • Normalized — (Integer)

        The normalized severity for the finding. This attribute is to be deprecated in favor of Label.

        If you provide Normalized and do not provide Label, Label is set automatically as follows.

        • 0 - INFORMATIONAL

        • 1–39 - LOW

        • 40–69 - MEDIUM

        • 70–89 - HIGH

        • 90–100 - CRITICAL

      • Product — (Float)

        The native severity as defined by the AWS service or integrated partner product that generated the finding.

      • Label — (String)

        The severity value of the finding. The allowed values are the following.

        • INFORMATIONAL - No issue was found.

        • LOW - The issue does not require action on its own.

        • MEDIUM - The issue must be addressed but not urgently.

        • HIGH - The issue must be addressed as a priority.

        • CRITICAL - The issue must be remediated immediately to avoid it escalating.

        Possible values include:
        • "INFORMATIONAL"
        • "LOW"
        • "MEDIUM"
        • "HIGH"
        • "CRITICAL"
    • VerificationState — (String)

      Indicates the veracity of a finding.

      The available values for VerificationState are as follows.

      • UNKNOWN – The default disposition of a security finding

      • TRUE_POSITIVE – The security finding is confirmed

      • FALSE_POSITIVE – The security finding was determined to be a false alarm

      • BENIGN_POSITIVE – A special case of TRUE_POSITIVE where the finding doesn't pose any threat, is expected, or both

      Possible values include:
      • "UNKNOWN"
      • "TRUE_POSITIVE"
      • "FALSE_POSITIVE"
      • "BENIGN_POSITIVE"
    • Confidence — (Integer)

      The updated value for the finding confidence. Confidence is defined as the likelihood that a finding accurately identifies the behavior or issue that it was intended to identify.

      Confidence is scored on a 0-100 basis using a ratio scale, where 0 means zero percent confidence and 100 means 100 percent confidence.

    • Criticality — (Integer)

      The updated value for the level of importance assigned to the resources associated with the findings.

      A score of 0 means that the underlying resources have no criticality, and a score of 100 is reserved for the most critical resources.

    • Types — (Array<String>)

      One or more finding types in the format of namespace/category/classifier that classify a finding.

      Valid namespace values are as follows.

      • Software and Configuration Checks

      • TTPs

      • Effects

      • Unusual Behaviors

      • Sensitive Data Identifications

    • UserDefinedFields — (map<String>)

      A list of name/value string pairs associated with the finding. These are custom, user-defined fields added to a finding.

    • Workflow — (map)

      Used to update the workflow status of a finding.

      The workflow status indicates the progress of the investigation into the finding.

      • Status — (String)

        The status of the investigation into the finding. The allowed values are the following.

        • NEW - The initial state of a finding, before it is reviewed.

        • NOTIFIED - Indicates that you notified the resource owner about the security issue. Used when the initial reviewer is not the resource owner, and needs intervention from the resource owner.

        • RESOLVED - The finding was reviewed and remediated and is now considered resolved.

        • SUPPRESSED - The finding will not be reviewed again and will not be acted upon.

        Possible values include:
        • "NEW"
        • "NOTIFIED"
        • "RESOLVED"
        • "SUPPRESSED"
    • RelatedFindings — (Array<map>)

      A list of findings that are related to the updated findings.

      • ProductArnrequired — (String)

        The ARN of the product that generated a related finding.

      • Idrequired — (String)

        The product-generated identifier for a related finding.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs. The data object has the following properties:

      • ProcessedFindings — (Array<map>)

        The list of findings that were updated successfully.

        • Idrequired — (String)

          The identifier of the finding that was specified by the finding provider.

        • ProductArnrequired — (String)

          The ARN generated by Security Hub that uniquely identifies a product that generates findings. This can be the ARN for a third-party product that is integrated with Security Hub, or the ARN for a custom integration.

      • UnprocessedFindings — (Array<map>)

        The list of findings that were not updated.

        • FindingIdentifierrequired — (map)

          The identifier of the finding that was not updated.

          • Idrequired — (String)

            The identifier of the finding that was specified by the finding provider.

          • ProductArnrequired — (String)

            The ARN generated by Security Hub that uniquely identifies a product that generates findings. This can be the ARN for a third-party product that is integrated with Security Hub, or the ARN for a custom integration.

        • ErrorCoderequired — (String)

          The code associated with the error.

        • ErrorMessagerequired — (String)

          The message associated with the error.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

createActionTarget(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Creates a custom action target in Security Hub.

You can use custom actions on findings and insights in Security Hub to trigger target actions in Amazon CloudWatch Events.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the createActionTarget operation

var params = {
  Description: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
  Id: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
  Name: 'STRING_VALUE' /* required */
};
securityhub.createActionTarget(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • Name — (String)

      The name of the custom action target.

    • Description — (String)

      The description for the custom action target.

    • Id — (String)

      The ID for the custom action target.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs. The data object has the following properties:

      • ActionTargetArn — (String)

        The ARN for the custom action target.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

createInsight(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Creates a custom insight in Security Hub. An insight is a consolidation of findings that relate to a security issue that requires attention or remediation.

To group the related findings in the insight, use the GroupByAttribute.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the createInsight operation

var params = {
  Filters: { /* required */
    AwsAccountId: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    CompanyName: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ComplianceStatus: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    Confidence: [
      {
        Eq: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Gte: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Lte: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    CreatedAt: [
      {
        DateRange: {
          Unit: DAYS,
          Value: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
        },
        End: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Start: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    Criticality: [
      {
        Eq: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Gte: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Lte: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    Description: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    FirstObservedAt: [
      {
        DateRange: {
          Unit: DAYS,
          Value: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
        },
        End: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Start: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    GeneratorId: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    Id: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    Keyword: [
      {
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    LastObservedAt: [
      {
        DateRange: {
          Unit: DAYS,
          Value: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
        },
        End: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Start: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    MalwareName: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    MalwarePath: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    MalwareState: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    MalwareType: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NetworkDestinationDomain: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NetworkDestinationIpV4: [
      {
        Cidr: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NetworkDestinationIpV6: [
      {
        Cidr: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NetworkDestinationPort: [
      {
        Eq: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Gte: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Lte: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NetworkDirection: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NetworkProtocol: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NetworkSourceDomain: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NetworkSourceIpV4: [
      {
        Cidr: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NetworkSourceIpV6: [
      {
        Cidr: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NetworkSourceMac: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NetworkSourcePort: [
      {
        Eq: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Gte: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Lte: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NoteText: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NoteUpdatedAt: [
      {
        DateRange: {
          Unit: DAYS,
          Value: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
        },
        End: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Start: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NoteUpdatedBy: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ProcessLaunchedAt: [
      {
        DateRange: {
          Unit: DAYS,
          Value: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
        },
        End: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Start: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ProcessName: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ProcessParentPid: [
      {
        Eq: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Gte: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Lte: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ProcessPath: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ProcessPid: [
      {
        Eq: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Gte: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Lte: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ProcessTerminatedAt: [
      {
        DateRange: {
          Unit: DAYS,
          Value: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
        },
        End: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Start: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ProductArn: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ProductFields: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | NOT_EQUALS,
        Key: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ProductName: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    RecommendationText: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    RecordState: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    RelatedFindingsId: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    RelatedFindingsProductArn: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsEc2InstanceIamInstanceProfileArn: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsEc2InstanceImageId: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsEc2InstanceIpV4Addresses: [
      {
        Cidr: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsEc2InstanceIpV6Addresses: [
      {
        Cidr: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsEc2InstanceKeyName: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsEc2InstanceLaunchedAt: [
      {
        DateRange: {
          Unit: DAYS,
          Value: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
        },
        End: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Start: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsEc2InstanceSubnetId: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsEc2InstanceType: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsEc2InstanceVpcId: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsIamAccessKeyCreatedAt: [
      {
        DateRange: {
          Unit: DAYS,
          Value: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
        },
        End: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Start: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsIamAccessKeyStatus: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsIamAccessKeyUserName: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsS3BucketOwnerId: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsS3BucketOwnerName: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceContainerImageId: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceContainerImageName: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceContainerLaunchedAt: [
      {
        DateRange: {
          Unit: DAYS,
          Value: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
        },
        End: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Start: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceContainerName: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceDetailsOther: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | NOT_EQUALS,
        Key: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceId: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourcePartition: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceRegion: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceTags: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | NOT_EQUALS,
        Key: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceType: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    SeverityLabel: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    SeverityNormalized: [
      {
        Eq: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Gte: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Lte: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    SeverityProduct: [
      {
        Eq: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Gte: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Lte: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    SourceUrl: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ThreatIntelIndicatorCategory: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ThreatIntelIndicatorLastObservedAt: [
      {
        DateRange: {
          Unit: DAYS,
          Value: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
        },
        End: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Start: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ThreatIntelIndicatorSource: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ThreatIntelIndicatorSourceUrl: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ThreatIntelIndicatorType: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ThreatIntelIndicatorValue: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    Title: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    Type: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    UpdatedAt: [
      {
        DateRange: {
          Unit: DAYS,
          Value: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
        },
        End: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Start: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    UserDefinedFields: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | NOT_EQUALS,
        Key: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    VerificationState: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    WorkflowState: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    WorkflowStatus: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ]
  },
  GroupByAttribute: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
  Name: 'STRING_VALUE' /* required */
};
securityhub.createInsight(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • Name — (String)

      The name of the custom insight to create.

    • Filters — (map)

      One or more attributes used to filter the findings included in the insight. The insight only includes findings that match the criteria defined in the filters.

      • ProductArn — (Array<map>)

        The ARN generated by Security Hub that uniquely identifies a third-party company (security findings provider) after this provider's product (solution that generates findings) is registered with Security Hub.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • AwsAccountId — (Array<map>)

        The AWS account ID that a finding is generated in.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • Id — (Array<map>)

        The security findings provider-specific identifier for a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • GeneratorId — (Array<map>)

        The identifier for the solution-specific component (a discrete unit of logic) that generated a finding. In various security-findings providers' solutions, this generator can be called a rule, a check, a detector, a plugin, etc.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • Type — (Array<map>)

        A finding type in the format of namespace/category/classifier that classifies a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • FirstObservedAt — (Array<map>)

        An ISO8601-formatted timestamp that indicates when the security-findings provider first observed the potential security issue that a finding captured.

        • Start — (String)

          A start date for the date filter.

        • End — (String)

          An end date for the date filter.

        • DateRange — (map)

          A date range for the date filter.

          • Value — (Integer)

            A date range value for the date filter.

          • Unit — (String)

            A date range unit for the date filter.

            Possible values include:
            • "DAYS"
      • LastObservedAt — (Array<map>)

        An ISO8601-formatted timestamp that indicates when the security-findings provider most recently observed the potential security issue that a finding captured.

        • Start — (String)

          A start date for the date filter.

        • End — (String)

          An end date for the date filter.

        • DateRange — (map)

          A date range for the date filter.

          • Value — (Integer)

            A date range value for the date filter.

          • Unit — (String)

            A date range unit for the date filter.

            Possible values include:
            • "DAYS"
      • CreatedAt — (Array<map>)

        An ISO8601-formatted timestamp that indicates when the security-findings provider captured the potential security issue that a finding captured.

        • Start — (String)

          A start date for the date filter.

        • End — (String)

          An end date for the date filter.

        • DateRange — (map)

          A date range for the date filter.

          • Value — (Integer)

            A date range value for the date filter.

          • Unit — (String)

            A date range unit for the date filter.

            Possible values include:
            • "DAYS"
      • UpdatedAt — (Array<map>)

        An ISO8601-formatted timestamp that indicates when the security-findings provider last updated the finding record.

        • Start — (String)

          A start date for the date filter.

        • End — (String)

          An end date for the date filter.

        • DateRange — (map)

          A date range for the date filter.

          • Value — (Integer)

            A date range value for the date filter.

          • Unit — (String)

            A date range unit for the date filter.

            Possible values include:
            • "DAYS"
      • SeverityProduct — (Array<map>)

        The native severity as defined by the security-findings provider's solution that generated the finding.

        • Gte — (Float)

          The greater-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Lte — (Float)

          The less-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Eq — (Float)

          The equal-to condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

      • SeverityNormalized — (Array<map>)

        The normalized severity of a finding.

        • Gte — (Float)

          The greater-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Lte — (Float)

          The less-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Eq — (Float)

          The equal-to condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

      • SeverityLabel — (Array<map>)

        The label of a finding's severity.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • Confidence — (Array<map>)

        A finding's confidence. Confidence is defined as the likelihood that a finding accurately identifies the behavior or issue that it was intended to identify.

        Confidence is scored on a 0-100 basis using a ratio scale, where 0 means zero percent confidence and 100 means 100 percent confidence.

        • Gte — (Float)

          The greater-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Lte — (Float)

          The less-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Eq — (Float)

          The equal-to condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

      • Criticality — (Array<map>)

        The level of importance assigned to the resources associated with the finding.

        A score of 0 means that the underlying resources have no criticality, and a score of 100 is reserved for the most critical resources.

        • Gte — (Float)

          The greater-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Lte — (Float)

          The less-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Eq — (Float)

          The equal-to condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

      • Title — (Array<map>)

        A finding's title.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • Description — (Array<map>)

        A finding's description.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • RecommendationText — (Array<map>)

        The recommendation of what to do about the issue described in a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • SourceUrl — (Array<map>)

        A URL that links to a page about the current finding in the security-findings provider's solution.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ProductFields — (Array<map>)

        A data type where security-findings providers can include additional solution-specific details that aren't part of the defined AwsSecurityFinding format.

        • Key — (String)

          The key of the map filter. For example, for ResourceTags, Key identifies the name of the tag. For UserDefinedFields, Key is the name of the field.

        • Value — (String)

          The value for the key in the map filter. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, one of the values for a tag called Department might be Security. If you provide security as the filter value, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to the key value when querying for findings with a map filter.

          To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS. For example, for the ResourceTags field, the filter Department EQUALS Security matches findings that have the value Security for the tag Department.

          To search for values other than the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS. For example, for the ResourceTags field, the filter Department NOT_EQUALS Finance matches findings that do not have the value Finance for the tag Department.

          EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          You cannot have both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS filter on the same field.

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
      • ProductName — (Array<map>)

        The name of the solution (product) that generates findings.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • CompanyName — (Array<map>)

        The name of the findings provider (company) that owns the solution (product) that generates findings.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • UserDefinedFields — (Array<map>)

        A list of name/value string pairs associated with the finding. These are custom, user-defined fields added to a finding.

        • Key — (String)

          The key of the map filter. For example, for ResourceTags, Key identifies the name of the tag. For UserDefinedFields, Key is the name of the field.

        • Value — (String)

          The value for the key in the map filter. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, one of the values for a tag called Department might be Security. If you provide security as the filter value, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to the key value when querying for findings with a map filter.

          To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS. For example, for the ResourceTags field, the filter Department EQUALS Security matches findings that have the value Security for the tag Department.

          To search for values other than the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS. For example, for the ResourceTags field, the filter Department NOT_EQUALS Finance matches findings that do not have the value Finance for the tag Department.

          EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          You cannot have both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS filter on the same field.

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
      • MalwareName — (Array<map>)

        The name of the malware that was observed.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • MalwareType — (Array<map>)

        The type of the malware that was observed.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • MalwarePath — (Array<map>)

        The filesystem path of the malware that was observed.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • MalwareState — (Array<map>)

        The state of the malware that was observed.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • NetworkDirection — (Array<map>)

        Indicates the direction of network traffic associated with a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • NetworkProtocol — (Array<map>)

        The protocol of network-related information about a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • NetworkSourceIpV4 — (Array<map>)

        The source IPv4 address of network-related information about a finding.

        • Cidr — (String)

          A finding's CIDR value.

      • NetworkSourceIpV6 — (Array<map>)

        The source IPv6 address of network-related information about a finding.

        • Cidr — (String)

          A finding's CIDR value.

      • NetworkSourcePort — (Array<map>)

        The source port of network-related information about a finding.

        • Gte — (Float)

          The greater-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Lte — (Float)

          The less-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Eq — (Float)

          The equal-to condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

      • NetworkSourceDomain — (Array<map>)

        The source domain of network-related information about a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • NetworkSourceMac — (Array<map>)

        The source media access control (MAC) address of network-related information about a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • NetworkDestinationIpV4 — (Array<map>)

        The destination IPv4 address of network-related information about a finding.

        • Cidr — (String)

          A finding's CIDR value.

      • NetworkDestinationIpV6 — (Array<map>)

        The destination IPv6 address of network-related information about a finding.

        • Cidr — (String)

          A finding's CIDR value.

      • NetworkDestinationPort — (Array<map>)

        The destination port of network-related information about a finding.

        • Gte — (Float)

          The greater-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Lte — (Float)

          The less-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Eq — (Float)

          The equal-to condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

      • NetworkDestinationDomain — (Array<map>)

        The destination domain of network-related information about a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ProcessName — (Array<map>)

        The name of the process.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ProcessPath — (Array<map>)

        The path to the process executable.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ProcessPid — (Array<map>)

        The process ID.

        • Gte — (Float)

          The greater-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Lte — (Float)

          The less-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Eq — (Float)

          The equal-to condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

      • ProcessParentPid — (Array<map>)

        The parent process ID.

        • Gte — (Float)

          The greater-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Lte — (Float)

          The less-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Eq — (Float)

          The equal-to condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

      • ProcessLaunchedAt — (Array<map>)

        The date/time that the process was launched.

        • Start — (String)

          A start date for the date filter.

        • End — (String)

          An end date for the date filter.

        • DateRange — (map)

          A date range for the date filter.

          • Value — (Integer)

            A date range value for the date filter.

          • Unit — (String)

            A date range unit for the date filter.

            Possible values include:
            • "DAYS"
      • ProcessTerminatedAt — (Array<map>)

        The date/time that the process was terminated.

        • Start — (String)

          A start date for the date filter.

        • End — (String)

          An end date for the date filter.

        • DateRange — (map)

          A date range for the date filter.

          • Value — (Integer)

            A date range value for the date filter.

          • Unit — (String)

            A date range unit for the date filter.

            Possible values include:
            • "DAYS"
      • ThreatIntelIndicatorType — (Array<map>)

        The type of a threat intelligence indicator.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ThreatIntelIndicatorValue — (Array<map>)

        The value of a threat intelligence indicator.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ThreatIntelIndicatorCategory — (Array<map>)

        The category of a threat intelligence indicator.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ThreatIntelIndicatorLastObservedAt — (Array<map>)

        The date/time of the last observation of a threat intelligence indicator.

        • Start — (String)

          A start date for the date filter.

        • End — (String)

          An end date for the date filter.

        • DateRange — (map)

          A date range for the date filter.

          • Value — (Integer)

            A date range value for the date filter.

          • Unit — (String)

            A date range unit for the date filter.

            Possible values include:
            • "DAYS"
      • ThreatIntelIndicatorSource — (Array<map>)

        The source of the threat intelligence.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ThreatIntelIndicatorSourceUrl — (Array<map>)

        The URL for more details from the source of the threat intelligence.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceType — (Array<map>)

        Specifies the type of the resource that details are provided for.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceId — (Array<map>)

        The canonical identifier for the given resource type.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourcePartition — (Array<map>)

        The canonical AWS partition name that the Region is assigned to.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceRegion — (Array<map>)

        The canonical AWS external Region name where this resource is located.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceTags — (Array<map>)

        A list of AWS tags associated with a resource at the time the finding was processed.

        • Key — (String)

          The key of the map filter. For example, for ResourceTags, Key identifies the name of the tag. For UserDefinedFields, Key is the name of the field.

        • Value — (String)

          The value for the key in the map filter. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, one of the values for a tag called Department might be Security. If you provide security as the filter value, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to the key value when querying for findings with a map filter.

          To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS. For example, for the ResourceTags field, the filter Department EQUALS Security matches findings that have the value Security for the tag Department.

          To search for values other than the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS. For example, for the ResourceTags field, the filter Department NOT_EQUALS Finance matches findings that do not have the value Finance for the tag Department.

          EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          You cannot have both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS filter on the same field.

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceAwsEc2InstanceType — (Array<map>)

        The instance type of the instance.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceAwsEc2InstanceImageId — (Array<map>)

        The Amazon Machine Image (AMI) ID of the instance.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceAwsEc2InstanceIpV4Addresses — (Array<map>)

        The IPv4 addresses associated with the instance.

        • Cidr — (String)

          A finding's CIDR value.

      • ResourceAwsEc2InstanceIpV6Addresses — (Array<map>)

        The IPv6 addresses associated with the instance.

        • Cidr — (String)

          A finding's CIDR value.

      • ResourceAwsEc2InstanceKeyName — (Array<map>)

        The key name associated with the instance.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceAwsEc2InstanceIamInstanceProfileArn — (Array<map>)

        The IAM profile ARN of the instance.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceAwsEc2InstanceVpcId — (Array<map>)

        The identifier of the VPC that the instance was launched in.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceAwsEc2InstanceSubnetId — (Array<map>)

        The identifier of the subnet that the instance was launched in.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceAwsEc2InstanceLaunchedAt — (Array<map>)

        The date and time the instance was launched.

        • Start — (String)

          A start date for the date filter.

        • End — (String)

          An end date for the date filter.

        • DateRange — (map)

          A date range for the date filter.

          • Value — (Integer)

            A date range value for the date filter.

          • Unit — (String)

            A date range unit for the date filter.

            Possible values include:
            • "DAYS"
      • ResourceAwsS3BucketOwnerId — (Array<map>)

        The canonical user ID of the owner of the S3 bucket.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceAwsS3BucketOwnerName — (Array<map>)

        The display name of the owner of the S3 bucket.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceAwsIamAccessKeyUserName — (Array<map>)

        The user associated with the IAM access key related to a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceAwsIamAccessKeyStatus — (Array<map>)

        The status of the IAM access key related to a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceAwsIamAccessKeyCreatedAt — (Array<map>)

        The creation date/time of the IAM access key related to a finding.

        • Start — (String)

          A start date for the date filter.

        • End — (String)

          An end date for the date filter.

        • DateRange — (map)

          A date range for the date filter.

          • Value — (Integer)

            A date range value for the date filter.

          • Unit — (String)

            A date range unit for the date filter.

            Possible values include:
            • "DAYS"
      • ResourceContainerName — (Array<map>)

        The name of the container related to a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceContainerImageId — (Array<map>)

        The identifier of the image related to a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceContainerImageName — (Array<map>)

        The name of the image related to a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceContainerLaunchedAt — (Array<map>)

        The date/time that the container was started.

        • Start — (String)

          A start date for the date filter.

        • End — (String)

          An end date for the date filter.

        • DateRange — (map)

          A date range for the date filter.

          • Value — (Integer)

            A date range value for the date filter.

          • Unit — (String)

            A date range unit for the date filter.

            Possible values include:
            • "DAYS"
      • ResourceDetailsOther — (Array<map>)

        The details of a resource that doesn't have a specific subfield for the resource type defined.

        • Key — (String)

          The key of the map filter. For example, for ResourceTags, Key identifies the name of the tag. For UserDefinedFields, Key is the name of the field.

        • Value — (String)

          The value for the key in the map filter. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, one of the values for a tag called Department might be Security. If you provide security as the filter value, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to the key value when querying for findings with a map filter.

          To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS. For example, for the ResourceTags field, the filter Department EQUALS Security matches findings that have the value Security for the tag Department.

          To search for values other than the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS. For example, for the ResourceTags field, the filter Department NOT_EQUALS Finance matches findings that do not have the value Finance for the tag Department.

          EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          You cannot have both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS filter on the same field.

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
      • ComplianceStatus — (Array<map>)

        Exclusive to findings that are generated as the result of a check run against a specific rule in a supported standard, such as CIS AWS Foundations. Contains security standard-related finding details.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • VerificationState — (Array<map>)

        The veracity of a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • WorkflowState — (Array<map>)

        The workflow state of a finding.

        Note that this field is deprecated. To search for a finding based on its workflow status, use WorkflowStatus.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • WorkflowStatus — (Array<map>)

        The status of the investigation into a finding. Allowed values are the following.

        • NEW - The initial state of a finding, before it is reviewed.

        • NOTIFIED - Indicates that the resource owner has been notified about the security issue. Used when the initial reviewer is not the resource owner, and needs intervention from the resource owner.

        • SUPPRESSED - The finding will not be reviewed again and will not be acted upon.

        • RESOLVED - The finding was reviewed and remediated and is now considered resolved.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • RecordState — (Array<map>)

        The updated record state for the finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • RelatedFindingsProductArn — (Array<map>)

        The ARN of the solution that generated a related finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • RelatedFindingsId — (Array<map>)

        The solution-generated identifier for a related finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • NoteText — (Array<map>)

        The text of a note.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • NoteUpdatedAt — (Array<map>)

        The timestamp of when the note was updated.

        • Start — (String)

          A start date for the date filter.

        • End — (String)

          An end date for the date filter.

        • DateRange — (map)

          A date range for the date filter.

          • Value — (Integer)

            A date range value for the date filter.

          • Unit — (String)

            A date range unit for the date filter.

            Possible values include:
            • "DAYS"
      • NoteUpdatedBy — (Array<map>)

        The principal that created a note.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • Keyword — (Array<map>)

        A keyword for a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          A value for the keyword.

    • GroupByAttribute — (String)

      The attribute used to group the findings for the insight. The grouping attribute identifies the type of item that the insight applies to. For example, if an insight is grouped by resource identifier, then the insight produces a list of resource identifiers.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs. The data object has the following properties:

      • InsightArn — (String)

        The ARN of the insight created.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

createMembers(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Creates a member association in Security Hub between the specified accounts and the account used to make the request, which is the master account. To successfully create a member, you must use this action from an account that already has Security Hub enabled. To enable Security Hub, you can use the EnableSecurityHub operation.

After you use CreateMembers to create member account associations in Security Hub, you must use the InviteMembers operation to invite the accounts to enable Security Hub and become member accounts in Security Hub.

If the account owner accepts the invitation, the account becomes a member account in Security Hub. A permissions policy is added that permits the master account to view the findings generated in the member account. When Security Hub is enabled in the invited account, findings start to be sent to both the member and master accounts.

To remove the association between the master and member accounts, use the DisassociateFromMasterAccount or DisassociateMembers operation.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the createMembers operation

var params = {
  AccountDetails: [
    {
      AccountId: 'STRING_VALUE',
      Email: 'STRING_VALUE'
    },
    /* more items */
  ]
};
securityhub.createMembers(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • AccountDetails — (Array<map>)

      The list of accounts to associate with the Security Hub master account. For each account, the list includes the account ID and the email address.

      • AccountId — (String)

        The ID of an AWS account.

      • Email — (String)

        The email of an AWS account.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs. The data object has the following properties:

      • UnprocessedAccounts — (Array<map>)

        The list of AWS accounts that were not processed. For each account, the list includes the account ID and the email address.

        • AccountId — (String)

          An AWS account ID of the account that was not processed.

        • ProcessingResult — (String)

          The reason that the account was not processed.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

declineInvitations(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Declines invitations to become a member account.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the declineInvitations operation

var params = {
  AccountIds: [ /* required */
    'STRING_VALUE',
    /* more items */
  ]
};
securityhub.declineInvitations(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • AccountIds — (Array<String>)

      The list of account IDs for the accounts from which to decline the invitations to Security Hub.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs. The data object has the following properties:

      • UnprocessedAccounts — (Array<map>)

        The list of AWS accounts that were not processed. For each account, the list includes the account ID and the email address.

        • AccountId — (String)

          An AWS account ID of the account that was not processed.

        • ProcessingResult — (String)

          The reason that the account was not processed.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

deleteActionTarget(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Deletes a custom action target from Security Hub.

Deleting a custom action target does not affect any findings or insights that were already sent to Amazon CloudWatch Events using the custom action.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the deleteActionTarget operation

var params = {
  ActionTargetArn: 'STRING_VALUE' /* required */
};
securityhub.deleteActionTarget(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • ActionTargetArn — (String)

      The ARN of the custom action target to delete.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs. The data object has the following properties:

      • ActionTargetArn — (String)

        The ARN of the custom action target that was deleted.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

deleteInsight(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Deletes the insight specified by the InsightArn.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the deleteInsight operation

var params = {
  InsightArn: 'STRING_VALUE' /* required */
};
securityhub.deleteInsight(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • InsightArn — (String)

      The ARN of the insight to delete.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs. The data object has the following properties:

      • InsightArn — (String)

        The ARN of the insight that was deleted.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

deleteInvitations(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Deletes invitations received by the AWS account to become a member account.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the deleteInvitations operation

var params = {
  AccountIds: [ /* required */
    'STRING_VALUE',
    /* more items */
  ]
};
securityhub.deleteInvitations(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • AccountIds — (Array<String>)

      The list of the account IDs that sent the invitations to delete.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs. The data object has the following properties:

      • UnprocessedAccounts — (Array<map>)

        The list of AWS accounts for which the invitations were not deleted. For each account, the list includes the account ID and the email address.

        • AccountId — (String)

          An AWS account ID of the account that was not processed.

        • ProcessingResult — (String)

          The reason that the account was not processed.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

deleteMembers(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Deletes the specified member accounts from Security Hub.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the deleteMembers operation

var params = {
  AccountIds: [
    'STRING_VALUE',
    /* more items */
  ]
};
securityhub.deleteMembers(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • AccountIds — (Array<String>)

      The list of account IDs for the member accounts to delete.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs. The data object has the following properties:

      • UnprocessedAccounts — (Array<map>)

        The list of AWS accounts that were not deleted. For each account, the list includes the account ID and the email address.

        • AccountId — (String)

          An AWS account ID of the account that was not processed.

        • ProcessingResult — (String)

          The reason that the account was not processed.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

describeActionTargets(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Returns a list of the custom action targets in Security Hub in your account.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the describeActionTargets operation

var params = {
  ActionTargetArns: [
    'STRING_VALUE',
    /* more items */
  ],
  MaxResults: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
  NextToken: 'STRING_VALUE'
};
securityhub.describeActionTargets(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • ActionTargetArns — (Array<String>)

      A list of custom action target ARNs for the custom action targets to retrieve.

    • NextToken — (String)

      The token that is required for pagination. On your first call to the DescribeActionTargets operation, set the value of this parameter to NULL.

      For subsequent calls to the operation, to continue listing data, set the value of this parameter to the value returned from the previous response.

    • MaxResults — (Integer)

      The maximum number of results to return.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs. The data object has the following properties:

      • ActionTargets — (Array<map>)

        A list of ActionTarget objects. Each object includes the ActionTargetArn, Description, and Name of a custom action target available in Security Hub.

        • ActionTargetArnrequired — (String)

          The ARN for the target action.

        • Namerequired — (String)

          The name of the action target.

        • Descriptionrequired — (String)

          The description of the target action.

      • NextToken — (String)

        The pagination token to use to request the next page of results.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

describeHub(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Returns details about the Hub resource in your account, including the HubArn and the time when you enabled Security Hub.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the describeHub operation

var params = {
  HubArn: 'STRING_VALUE'
};
securityhub.describeHub(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • HubArn — (String)

      The ARN of the Hub resource to retrieve.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs. The data object has the following properties:

      • HubArn — (String)

        The ARN of the Hub resource that was retrieved.

      • SubscribedAt — (String)

        The date and time when Security Hub was enabled in the account.

      • AutoEnableControls — (Boolean)

        Whether to automatically enable new controls when they are added to standards that are enabled.

        If set to true, then new controls for enabled standards are enabled automatically. If set to false, then new controls are not enabled.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

describeProducts(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Returns information about the available products that you can subscribe to and integrate with Security Hub in order to consolidate findings.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the describeProducts operation

var params = {
  MaxResults: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
  NextToken: 'STRING_VALUE'
};
securityhub.describeProducts(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • NextToken — (String)

      The token that is required for pagination. On your first call to the DescribeProducts operation, set the value of this parameter to NULL.

      For subsequent calls to the operation, to continue listing data, set the value of this parameter to the value returned from the previous response.

    • MaxResults — (Integer)

      The maximum number of results to return.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs. The data object has the following properties:

      • Products — (Array<map>)

        A list of products, including details for each product.

        • ProductArnrequired — (String)

          The ARN assigned to the product.

        • ProductName — (String)

          The name of the product.

        • CompanyName — (String)

          The name of the company that provides the product.

        • Description — (String)

          A description of the product.

        • Categories — (Array<String>)

          The categories assigned to the product.

        • IntegrationTypes — (Array<String>)

          The types of integration that the product supports. Available values are the following.

          • SEND_FINDINGS_TO_SECURITY_HUB - Indicates that the integration sends findings to Security Hub.

          • RECEIVE_FINDINGS_FROM_SECURITY_HUB - Indicates that the integration receives findings from Security Hub.

        • MarketplaceUrl — (String)

          The URL for the page that contains more information about the product.

        • ActivationUrl — (String)

          The URL used to activate the product.

        • ProductSubscriptionResourcePolicy — (String)

          The resource policy associated with the product.

      • NextToken — (String)

        The pagination token to use to request the next page of results.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

describeStandards(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Returns a list of the available standards in Security Hub.

For each standard, the results include the standard ARN, the name, and a description.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the describeStandards operation

var params = {
  MaxResults: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
  NextToken: 'STRING_VALUE'
};
securityhub.describeStandards(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • NextToken — (String)

      The token that is required for pagination. On your first call to the DescribeStandards operation, set the value of this parameter to NULL.

      For subsequent calls to the operation, to continue listing data, set the value of this parameter to the value returned from the previous response.

    • MaxResults — (Integer)

      The maximum number of standards to return.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs. The data object has the following properties:

      • Standards — (Array<map>)

        A list of available standards.

        • StandardsArn — (String)

          The ARN of a standard.

        • Name — (String)

          The name of the standard.

        • Description — (String)

          A description of the standard.

        • EnabledByDefault — (Boolean)

          Whether the standard is enabled by default. When Security Hub is enabled from the console, if a standard is enabled by default, the check box for that standard is selected by default.

          When Security Hub is enabled using the EnableSecurityHub API operation, the standard is enabled by default unless EnableDefaultStandards is set to false.

      • NextToken — (String)

        The pagination token to use to request the next page of results.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

describeStandardsControls(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Returns a list of security standards controls.

For each control, the results include information about whether it is currently enabled, the severity, and a link to remediation information.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the describeStandardsControls operation

var params = {
  StandardsSubscriptionArn: 'STRING_VALUE', /* required */
  MaxResults: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
  NextToken: 'STRING_VALUE'
};
securityhub.describeStandardsControls(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • StandardsSubscriptionArn — (String)

      The ARN of a resource that represents your subscription to a supported standard.

    • NextToken — (String)

      The token that is required for pagination. On your first call to the DescribeStandardsControls operation, set the value of this parameter to NULL.

      For subsequent calls to the operation, to continue listing data, set the value of this parameter to the value returned from the previous response.

    • MaxResults — (Integer)

      The maximum number of security standard controls to return.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs. The data object has the following properties:

      • Controls — (Array<map>)

        A list of security standards controls.

        • StandardsControlArn — (String)

          The ARN of the security standard control.

        • ControlStatus — (String)

          The current status of the security standard control. Indicates whether the control is enabled or disabled. Security Hub does not check against disabled controls.

          Possible values include:
          • "ENABLED"
          • "DISABLED"
        • DisabledReason — (String)

          The reason provided for the most recent change in status for the control.

        • ControlStatusUpdatedAt — (Date)

          The date and time that the status of the security standard control was most recently updated.

        • ControlId — (String)

          The identifier of the security standard control.

        • Title — (String)

          The title of the security standard control.

        • Description — (String)

          The longer description of the security standard control. Provides information about what the control is checking for.

        • RemediationUrl — (String)

          A link to remediation information for the control in the Security Hub user documentation.

        • SeverityRating — (String)

          The severity of findings generated from this security standard control.

          The finding severity is based on an assessment of how easy it would be to compromise AWS resources if the issue is detected.

          Possible values include:
          • "LOW"
          • "MEDIUM"
          • "HIGH"
          • "CRITICAL"
        • RelatedRequirements — (Array<String>)

          The list of requirements that are related to this control.

      • NextToken — (String)

        The pagination token to use to request the next page of results.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

disableImportFindingsForProduct(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Disables the integration of the specified product with Security Hub. After the integration is disabled, findings from that product are no longer sent to Security Hub.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the disableImportFindingsForProduct operation

var params = {
  ProductSubscriptionArn: 'STRING_VALUE' /* required */
};
securityhub.disableImportFindingsForProduct(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • ProductSubscriptionArn — (String)

      The ARN of the integrated product to disable the integration for.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

disableSecurityHub(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Disables Security Hub in your account only in the current Region. To disable Security Hub in all Regions, you must submit one request per Region where you have enabled Security Hub.

When you disable Security Hub for a master account, it doesn't disable Security Hub for any associated member accounts.

When you disable Security Hub, your existing findings and insights and any Security Hub configuration settings are deleted after 90 days and cannot be recovered. Any standards that were enabled are disabled, and your master and member account associations are removed.

If you want to save your existing findings, you must export them before you disable Security Hub.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the disableSecurityHub operation

var params = {
};
securityhub.disableSecurityHub(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

disassociateFromMasterAccount(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Disassociates the current Security Hub member account from the associated master account.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the disassociateFromMasterAccount operation

var params = {
};
securityhub.disassociateFromMasterAccount(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

disassociateMembers(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Disassociates the specified member accounts from the associated master account.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the disassociateMembers operation

var params = {
  AccountIds: [
    'STRING_VALUE',
    /* more items */
  ]
};
securityhub.disassociateMembers(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • AccountIds — (Array<String>)

      The account IDs of the member accounts to disassociate from the master account.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

enableImportFindingsForProduct(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Enables the integration of a partner product with Security Hub. Integrated products send findings to Security Hub.

When you enable a product integration, a permissions policy that grants permission for the product to send findings to Security Hub is applied.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the enableImportFindingsForProduct operation

var params = {
  ProductArn: 'STRING_VALUE' /* required */
};
securityhub.enableImportFindingsForProduct(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • ProductArn — (String)

      The ARN of the product to enable the integration for.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs. The data object has the following properties:

      • ProductSubscriptionArn — (String)

        The ARN of your subscription to the product to enable integrations for.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

enableSecurityHub(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Enables Security Hub for your account in the current Region or the Region you specify in the request.

When you enable Security Hub, you grant to Security Hub the permissions necessary to gather findings from other services that are integrated with Security Hub.

When you use the EnableSecurityHub operation to enable Security Hub, you also automatically enable the following standards.

  • CIS AWS Foundations

  • AWS Foundational Security Best Practices

You do not enable the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) standard.

To not enable the automatically enabled standards, set EnableDefaultStandards to false.

After you enable Security Hub, to enable a standard, use the BatchEnableStandards operation. To disable a standard, use the BatchDisableStandards operation.

To learn more, see Setting Up AWS Security Hub in the AWS Security Hub User Guide.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the enableSecurityHub operation

var params = {
  EnableDefaultStandards: true || false,
  Tags: {
    '<TagKey>': 'STRING_VALUE',
    /* '<TagKey>': ... */
  }
};
securityhub.enableSecurityHub(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • Tags — (map<String>)

      The tags to add to the hub resource when you enable Security Hub.

    • EnableDefaultStandards — (Boolean)

      Whether to enable the security standards that Security Hub has designated as automatically enabled. If you do not provide a value for EnableDefaultStandards, it is set to true. To not enable the automatically enabled standards, set EnableDefaultStandards to false.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

getEnabledStandards(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Returns a list of the standards that are currently enabled.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the getEnabledStandards operation

var params = {
  MaxResults: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
  NextToken: 'STRING_VALUE',
  StandardsSubscriptionArns: [
    'STRING_VALUE',
    /* more items */
  ]
};
securityhub.getEnabledStandards(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • StandardsSubscriptionArns — (Array<String>)

      The list of the standards subscription ARNs for the standards to retrieve.

    • NextToken — (String)

      The token that is required for pagination. On your first call to the GetEnabledStandards operation, set the value of this parameter to NULL.

      For subsequent calls to the operation, to continue listing data, set the value of this parameter to the value returned from the previous response.

    • MaxResults — (Integer)

      The maximum number of results to return in the response.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs. The data object has the following properties:

      • StandardsSubscriptions — (Array<map>)

        The list of StandardsSubscriptions objects that include information about the enabled standards.

        • StandardsSubscriptionArnrequired — (String)

          The ARN of a resource that represents your subscription to a supported standard.

        • StandardsArnrequired — (String)

          The ARN of a standard.

        • StandardsInputrequired — (map<String>)

          A key-value pair of input for the standard.

        • StandardsStatusrequired — (String)

          The status of the standards subscription.

          Possible values include:
          • "PENDING"
          • "READY"
          • "FAILED"
          • "DELETING"
          • "INCOMPLETE"
      • NextToken — (String)

        The pagination token to use to request the next page of results.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

getFindings(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Returns a list of findings that match the specified criteria.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the getFindings operation

var params = {
  Filters: {
    AwsAccountId: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    CompanyName: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ComplianceStatus: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    Confidence: [
      {
        Eq: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Gte: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Lte: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    CreatedAt: [
      {
        DateRange: {
          Unit: DAYS,
          Value: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
        },
        End: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Start: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    Criticality: [
      {
        Eq: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Gte: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Lte: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    Description: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    FirstObservedAt: [
      {
        DateRange: {
          Unit: DAYS,
          Value: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
        },
        End: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Start: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    GeneratorId: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    Id: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    Keyword: [
      {
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    LastObservedAt: [
      {
        DateRange: {
          Unit: DAYS,
          Value: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
        },
        End: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Start: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    MalwareName: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    MalwarePath: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    MalwareState: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    MalwareType: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NetworkDestinationDomain: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NetworkDestinationIpV4: [
      {
        Cidr: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NetworkDestinationIpV6: [
      {
        Cidr: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NetworkDestinationPort: [
      {
        Eq: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Gte: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Lte: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NetworkDirection: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NetworkProtocol: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NetworkSourceDomain: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NetworkSourceIpV4: [
      {
        Cidr: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NetworkSourceIpV6: [
      {
        Cidr: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NetworkSourceMac: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NetworkSourcePort: [
      {
        Eq: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Gte: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Lte: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NoteText: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NoteUpdatedAt: [
      {
        DateRange: {
          Unit: DAYS,
          Value: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
        },
        End: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Start: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    NoteUpdatedBy: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ProcessLaunchedAt: [
      {
        DateRange: {
          Unit: DAYS,
          Value: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
        },
        End: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Start: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ProcessName: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ProcessParentPid: [
      {
        Eq: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Gte: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Lte: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ProcessPath: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ProcessPid: [
      {
        Eq: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Gte: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Lte: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ProcessTerminatedAt: [
      {
        DateRange: {
          Unit: DAYS,
          Value: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
        },
        End: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Start: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ProductArn: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ProductFields: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | NOT_EQUALS,
        Key: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ProductName: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    RecommendationText: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    RecordState: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    RelatedFindingsId: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    RelatedFindingsProductArn: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsEc2InstanceIamInstanceProfileArn: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsEc2InstanceImageId: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsEc2InstanceIpV4Addresses: [
      {
        Cidr: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsEc2InstanceIpV6Addresses: [
      {
        Cidr: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsEc2InstanceKeyName: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsEc2InstanceLaunchedAt: [
      {
        DateRange: {
          Unit: DAYS,
          Value: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
        },
        End: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Start: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsEc2InstanceSubnetId: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsEc2InstanceType: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsEc2InstanceVpcId: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsIamAccessKeyCreatedAt: [
      {
        DateRange: {
          Unit: DAYS,
          Value: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
        },
        End: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Start: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsIamAccessKeyStatus: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsIamAccessKeyUserName: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsS3BucketOwnerId: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceAwsS3BucketOwnerName: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceContainerImageId: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceContainerImageName: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceContainerLaunchedAt: [
      {
        DateRange: {
          Unit: DAYS,
          Value: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
        },
        End: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Start: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceContainerName: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceDetailsOther: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | NOT_EQUALS,
        Key: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceId: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourcePartition: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceRegion: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceTags: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | NOT_EQUALS,
        Key: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ResourceType: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    SeverityLabel: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    SeverityNormalized: [
      {
        Eq: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Gte: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Lte: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    SeverityProduct: [
      {
        Eq: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Gte: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
        Lte: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    SourceUrl: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ThreatIntelIndicatorCategory: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ThreatIntelIndicatorLastObservedAt: [
      {
        DateRange: {
          Unit: DAYS,
          Value: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
        },
        End: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Start: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ThreatIntelIndicatorSource: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ThreatIntelIndicatorSourceUrl: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ThreatIntelIndicatorType: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    ThreatIntelIndicatorValue: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    Title: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    Type: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    UpdatedAt: [
      {
        DateRange: {
          Unit: DAYS,
          Value: 'NUMBER_VALUE'
        },
        End: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Start: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    UserDefinedFields: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | NOT_EQUALS,
        Key: 'STRING_VALUE',
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    VerificationState: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    WorkflowState: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ],
    WorkflowStatus: [
      {
        Comparison: EQUALS | PREFIX | NOT_EQUALS | PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS,
        Value: 'STRING_VALUE'
      },
      /* more items */
    ]
  },
  MaxResults: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
  NextToken: 'STRING_VALUE',
  SortCriteria: [
    {
      Field: 'STRING_VALUE',
      SortOrder: asc | desc
    },
    /* more items */
  ]
};
securityhub.getFindings(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • Filters — (map)

      The finding attributes used to define a condition to filter the returned findings.

      Note that in the available filter fields, WorkflowState is deprecated. To search for a finding based on its workflow status, use WorkflowStatus.

      • ProductArn — (Array<map>)

        The ARN generated by Security Hub that uniquely identifies a third-party company (security findings provider) after this provider's product (solution that generates findings) is registered with Security Hub.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • AwsAccountId — (Array<map>)

        The AWS account ID that a finding is generated in.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • Id — (Array<map>)

        The security findings provider-specific identifier for a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • GeneratorId — (Array<map>)

        The identifier for the solution-specific component (a discrete unit of logic) that generated a finding. In various security-findings providers' solutions, this generator can be called a rule, a check, a detector, a plugin, etc.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • Type — (Array<map>)

        A finding type in the format of namespace/category/classifier that classifies a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • FirstObservedAt — (Array<map>)

        An ISO8601-formatted timestamp that indicates when the security-findings provider first observed the potential security issue that a finding captured.

        • Start — (String)

          A start date for the date filter.

        • End — (String)

          An end date for the date filter.

        • DateRange — (map)

          A date range for the date filter.

          • Value — (Integer)

            A date range value for the date filter.

          • Unit — (String)

            A date range unit for the date filter.

            Possible values include:
            • "DAYS"
      • LastObservedAt — (Array<map>)

        An ISO8601-formatted timestamp that indicates when the security-findings provider most recently observed the potential security issue that a finding captured.

        • Start — (String)

          A start date for the date filter.

        • End — (String)

          An end date for the date filter.

        • DateRange — (map)

          A date range for the date filter.

          • Value — (Integer)

            A date range value for the date filter.

          • Unit — (String)

            A date range unit for the date filter.

            Possible values include:
            • "DAYS"
      • CreatedAt — (Array<map>)

        An ISO8601-formatted timestamp that indicates when the security-findings provider captured the potential security issue that a finding captured.

        • Start — (String)

          A start date for the date filter.

        • End — (String)

          An end date for the date filter.

        • DateRange — (map)

          A date range for the date filter.

          • Value — (Integer)

            A date range value for the date filter.

          • Unit — (String)

            A date range unit for the date filter.

            Possible values include:
            • "DAYS"
      • UpdatedAt — (Array<map>)

        An ISO8601-formatted timestamp that indicates when the security-findings provider last updated the finding record.

        • Start — (String)

          A start date for the date filter.

        • End — (String)

          An end date for the date filter.

        • DateRange — (map)

          A date range for the date filter.

          • Value — (Integer)

            A date range value for the date filter.

          • Unit — (String)

            A date range unit for the date filter.

            Possible values include:
            • "DAYS"
      • SeverityProduct — (Array<map>)

        The native severity as defined by the security-findings provider's solution that generated the finding.

        • Gte — (Float)

          The greater-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Lte — (Float)

          The less-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Eq — (Float)

          The equal-to condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

      • SeverityNormalized — (Array<map>)

        The normalized severity of a finding.

        • Gte — (Float)

          The greater-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Lte — (Float)

          The less-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Eq — (Float)

          The equal-to condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

      • SeverityLabel — (Array<map>)

        The label of a finding's severity.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • Confidence — (Array<map>)

        A finding's confidence. Confidence is defined as the likelihood that a finding accurately identifies the behavior or issue that it was intended to identify.

        Confidence is scored on a 0-100 basis using a ratio scale, where 0 means zero percent confidence and 100 means 100 percent confidence.

        • Gte — (Float)

          The greater-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Lte — (Float)

          The less-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Eq — (Float)

          The equal-to condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

      • Criticality — (Array<map>)

        The level of importance assigned to the resources associated with the finding.

        A score of 0 means that the underlying resources have no criticality, and a score of 100 is reserved for the most critical resources.

        • Gte — (Float)

          The greater-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Lte — (Float)

          The less-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Eq — (Float)

          The equal-to condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

      • Title — (Array<map>)

        A finding's title.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • Description — (Array<map>)

        A finding's description.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • RecommendationText — (Array<map>)

        The recommendation of what to do about the issue described in a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • SourceUrl — (Array<map>)

        A URL that links to a page about the current finding in the security-findings provider's solution.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ProductFields — (Array<map>)

        A data type where security-findings providers can include additional solution-specific details that aren't part of the defined AwsSecurityFinding format.

        • Key — (String)

          The key of the map filter. For example, for ResourceTags, Key identifies the name of the tag. For UserDefinedFields, Key is the name of the field.

        • Value — (String)

          The value for the key in the map filter. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, one of the values for a tag called Department might be Security. If you provide security as the filter value, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to the key value when querying for findings with a map filter.

          To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS. For example, for the ResourceTags field, the filter Department EQUALS Security matches findings that have the value Security for the tag Department.

          To search for values other than the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS. For example, for the ResourceTags field, the filter Department NOT_EQUALS Finance matches findings that do not have the value Finance for the tag Department.

          EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          You cannot have both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS filter on the same field.

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
      • ProductName — (Array<map>)

        The name of the solution (product) that generates findings.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • CompanyName — (Array<map>)

        The name of the findings provider (company) that owns the solution (product) that generates findings.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • UserDefinedFields — (Array<map>)

        A list of name/value string pairs associated with the finding. These are custom, user-defined fields added to a finding.

        • Key — (String)

          The key of the map filter. For example, for ResourceTags, Key identifies the name of the tag. For UserDefinedFields, Key is the name of the field.

        • Value — (String)

          The value for the key in the map filter. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, one of the values for a tag called Department might be Security. If you provide security as the filter value, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to the key value when querying for findings with a map filter.

          To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS. For example, for the ResourceTags field, the filter Department EQUALS Security matches findings that have the value Security for the tag Department.

          To search for values other than the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS. For example, for the ResourceTags field, the filter Department NOT_EQUALS Finance matches findings that do not have the value Finance for the tag Department.

          EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          You cannot have both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS filter on the same field.

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
      • MalwareName — (Array<map>)

        The name of the malware that was observed.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • MalwareType — (Array<map>)

        The type of the malware that was observed.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • MalwarePath — (Array<map>)

        The filesystem path of the malware that was observed.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • MalwareState — (Array<map>)

        The state of the malware that was observed.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • NetworkDirection — (Array<map>)

        Indicates the direction of network traffic associated with a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • NetworkProtocol — (Array<map>)

        The protocol of network-related information about a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • NetworkSourceIpV4 — (Array<map>)

        The source IPv4 address of network-related information about a finding.

        • Cidr — (String)

          A finding's CIDR value.

      • NetworkSourceIpV6 — (Array<map>)

        The source IPv6 address of network-related information about a finding.

        • Cidr — (String)

          A finding's CIDR value.

      • NetworkSourcePort — (Array<map>)

        The source port of network-related information about a finding.

        • Gte — (Float)

          The greater-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Lte — (Float)

          The less-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Eq — (Float)

          The equal-to condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

      • NetworkSourceDomain — (Array<map>)

        The source domain of network-related information about a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • NetworkSourceMac — (Array<map>)

        The source media access control (MAC) address of network-related information about a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • NetworkDestinationIpV4 — (Array<map>)

        The destination IPv4 address of network-related information about a finding.

        • Cidr — (String)

          A finding's CIDR value.

      • NetworkDestinationIpV6 — (Array<map>)

        The destination IPv6 address of network-related information about a finding.

        • Cidr — (String)

          A finding's CIDR value.

      • NetworkDestinationPort — (Array<map>)

        The destination port of network-related information about a finding.

        • Gte — (Float)

          The greater-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Lte — (Float)

          The less-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Eq — (Float)

          The equal-to condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

      • NetworkDestinationDomain — (Array<map>)

        The destination domain of network-related information about a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ProcessName — (Array<map>)

        The name of the process.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ProcessPath — (Array<map>)

        The path to the process executable.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ProcessPid — (Array<map>)

        The process ID.

        • Gte — (Float)

          The greater-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Lte — (Float)

          The less-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Eq — (Float)

          The equal-to condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

      • ProcessParentPid — (Array<map>)

        The parent process ID.

        • Gte — (Float)

          The greater-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Lte — (Float)

          The less-than-equal condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

        • Eq — (Float)

          The equal-to condition to be applied to a single field when querying for findings.

      • ProcessLaunchedAt — (Array<map>)

        The date/time that the process was launched.

        • Start — (String)

          A start date for the date filter.

        • End — (String)

          An end date for the date filter.

        • DateRange — (map)

          A date range for the date filter.

          • Value — (Integer)

            A date range value for the date filter.

          • Unit — (String)

            A date range unit for the date filter.

            Possible values include:
            • "DAYS"
      • ProcessTerminatedAt — (Array<map>)

        The date/time that the process was terminated.

        • Start — (String)

          A start date for the date filter.

        • End — (String)

          An end date for the date filter.

        • DateRange — (map)

          A date range for the date filter.

          • Value — (Integer)

            A date range value for the date filter.

          • Unit — (String)

            A date range unit for the date filter.

            Possible values include:
            • "DAYS"
      • ThreatIntelIndicatorType — (Array<map>)

        The type of a threat intelligence indicator.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ThreatIntelIndicatorValue — (Array<map>)

        The value of a threat intelligence indicator.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ThreatIntelIndicatorCategory — (Array<map>)

        The category of a threat intelligence indicator.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ThreatIntelIndicatorLastObservedAt — (Array<map>)

        The date/time of the last observation of a threat intelligence indicator.

        • Start — (String)

          A start date for the date filter.

        • End — (String)

          An end date for the date filter.

        • DateRange — (map)

          A date range for the date filter.

          • Value — (Integer)

            A date range value for the date filter.

          • Unit — (String)

            A date range unit for the date filter.

            Possible values include:
            • "DAYS"
      • ThreatIntelIndicatorSource — (Array<map>)

        The source of the threat intelligence.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ThreatIntelIndicatorSourceUrl — (Array<map>)

        The URL for more details from the source of the threat intelligence.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceType — (Array<map>)

        Specifies the type of the resource that details are provided for.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceId — (Array<map>)

        The canonical identifier for the given resource type.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourcePartition — (Array<map>)

        The canonical AWS partition name that the Region is assigned to.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceRegion — (Array<map>)

        The canonical AWS external Region name where this resource is located.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceTags — (Array<map>)

        A list of AWS tags associated with a resource at the time the finding was processed.

        • Key — (String)

          The key of the map filter. For example, for ResourceTags, Key identifies the name of the tag. For UserDefinedFields, Key is the name of the field.

        • Value — (String)

          The value for the key in the map filter. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, one of the values for a tag called Department might be Security. If you provide security as the filter value, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to the key value when querying for findings with a map filter.

          To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS. For example, for the ResourceTags field, the filter Department EQUALS Security matches findings that have the value Security for the tag Department.

          To search for values other than the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS. For example, for the ResourceTags field, the filter Department NOT_EQUALS Finance matches findings that do not have the value Finance for the tag Department.

          EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          You cannot have both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS filter on the same field.

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceAwsEc2InstanceType — (Array<map>)

        The instance type of the instance.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceAwsEc2InstanceImageId — (Array<map>)

        The Amazon Machine Image (AMI) ID of the instance.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceAwsEc2InstanceIpV4Addresses — (Array<map>)

        The IPv4 addresses associated with the instance.

        • Cidr — (String)

          A finding's CIDR value.

      • ResourceAwsEc2InstanceIpV6Addresses — (Array<map>)

        The IPv6 addresses associated with the instance.

        • Cidr — (String)

          A finding's CIDR value.

      • ResourceAwsEc2InstanceKeyName — (Array<map>)

        The key name associated with the instance.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceAwsEc2InstanceIamInstanceProfileArn — (Array<map>)

        The IAM profile ARN of the instance.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceAwsEc2InstanceVpcId — (Array<map>)

        The identifier of the VPC that the instance was launched in.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceAwsEc2InstanceSubnetId — (Array<map>)

        The identifier of the subnet that the instance was launched in.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceAwsEc2InstanceLaunchedAt — (Array<map>)

        The date and time the instance was launched.

        • Start — (String)

          A start date for the date filter.

        • End — (String)

          An end date for the date filter.

        • DateRange — (map)

          A date range for the date filter.

          • Value — (Integer)

            A date range value for the date filter.

          • Unit — (String)

            A date range unit for the date filter.

            Possible values include:
            • "DAYS"
      • ResourceAwsS3BucketOwnerId — (Array<map>)

        The canonical user ID of the owner of the S3 bucket.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceAwsS3BucketOwnerName — (Array<map>)

        The display name of the owner of the S3 bucket.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceAwsIamAccessKeyUserName — (Array<map>)

        The user associated with the IAM access key related to a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceAwsIamAccessKeyStatus — (Array<map>)

        The status of the IAM access key related to a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceAwsIamAccessKeyCreatedAt — (Array<map>)

        The creation date/time of the IAM access key related to a finding.

        • Start — (String)

          A start date for the date filter.

        • End — (String)

          An end date for the date filter.

        • DateRange — (map)

          A date range for the date filter.

          • Value — (Integer)

            A date range value for the date filter.

          • Unit — (String)

            A date range unit for the date filter.

            Possible values include:
            • "DAYS"
      • ResourceContainerName — (Array<map>)

        The name of the container related to a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceContainerImageId — (Array<map>)

        The identifier of the image related to a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceContainerImageName — (Array<map>)

        The name of the image related to a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • ResourceContainerLaunchedAt — (Array<map>)

        The date/time that the container was started.

        • Start — (String)

          A start date for the date filter.

        • End — (String)

          An end date for the date filter.

        • DateRange — (map)

          A date range for the date filter.

          • Value — (Integer)

            A date range value for the date filter.

          • Unit — (String)

            A date range unit for the date filter.

            Possible values include:
            • "DAYS"
      • ResourceDetailsOther — (Array<map>)

        The details of a resource that doesn't have a specific subfield for the resource type defined.

        • Key — (String)

          The key of the map filter. For example, for ResourceTags, Key identifies the name of the tag. For UserDefinedFields, Key is the name of the field.

        • Value — (String)

          The value for the key in the map filter. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, one of the values for a tag called Department might be Security. If you provide security as the filter value, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to the key value when querying for findings with a map filter.

          To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS. For example, for the ResourceTags field, the filter Department EQUALS Security matches findings that have the value Security for the tag Department.

          To search for values other than the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS. For example, for the ResourceTags field, the filter Department NOT_EQUALS Finance matches findings that do not have the value Finance for the tag Department.

          EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          You cannot have both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS filter on the same field.

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
      • ComplianceStatus — (Array<map>)

        Exclusive to findings that are generated as the result of a check run against a specific rule in a supported standard, such as CIS AWS Foundations. Contains security standard-related finding details.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • VerificationState — (Array<map>)

        The veracity of a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • WorkflowState — (Array<map>)

        The workflow state of a finding.

        Note that this field is deprecated. To search for a finding based on its workflow status, use WorkflowStatus.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • WorkflowStatus — (Array<map>)

        The status of the investigation into a finding. Allowed values are the following.

        • NEW - The initial state of a finding, before it is reviewed.

        • NOTIFIED - Indicates that the resource owner has been notified about the security issue. Used when the initial reviewer is not the resource owner, and needs intervention from the resource owner.

        • SUPPRESSED - The finding will not be reviewed again and will not be acted upon.

        • RESOLVED - The finding was reviewed and remediated and is now considered resolved.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • RecordState — (Array<map>)

        The updated record state for the finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • RelatedFindingsProductArn — (Array<map>)

        The ARN of the solution that generated a related finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • RelatedFindingsId — (Array<map>)

        The solution-generated identifier for a related finding.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • NoteText — (Array<map>)

        The text of a note.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • NoteUpdatedAt — (Array<map>)

        The timestamp of when the note was updated.

        • Start — (String)

          A start date for the date filter.

        • End — (String)

          An end date for the date filter.

        • DateRange — (map)

          A date range for the date filter.

          • Value — (Integer)

            A date range value for the date filter.

          • Unit — (String)

            A date range unit for the date filter.

            Possible values include:
            • "DAYS"
      • NoteUpdatedBy — (Array<map>)

        The principal that created a note.

        • Value — (String)

          The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

        • Comparison — (String)

          The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

          • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

          EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

          To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

          • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

          • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

            For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

          NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

          For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

          You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

          For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

          • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

          • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

          Possible values include:
          • "EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX"
          • "NOT_EQUALS"
          • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
      • Keyword — (Array<map>)

        A keyword for a finding.

        • Value — (String)

          A value for the keyword.

    • SortCriteria — (Array<map>)

      The finding attributes used to sort the list of returned findings.

      • Field — (String)

        The finding attribute used to sort findings.

      • SortOrder — (String)

        The order used to sort findings.

        Possible values include:
        • "asc"
        • "desc"
    • NextToken — (String)

      The token that is required for pagination. On your first call to the GetFindings operation, set the value of this parameter to NULL.

      For subsequent calls to the operation, to continue listing data, set the value of this parameter to the value returned from the previous response.

    • MaxResults — (Integer)

      The maximum number of findings to return.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs. The data object has the following properties:

      • Findings — (Array<map>)

        The findings that matched the filters specified in the request.

        • SchemaVersionrequired — (String)

          The schema version that a finding is formatted for.

        • Idrequired — (String)

          The security findings provider-specific identifier for a finding.

        • ProductArnrequired — (String)

          The ARN generated by Security Hub that uniquely identifies a product that generates findings. This can be the ARN for a third-party product that is integrated with Security Hub, or the ARN for a custom integration.

        • GeneratorIdrequired — (String)

          The identifier for the solution-specific component (a discrete unit of logic) that generated a finding. In various security-findings providers' solutions, this generator can be called a rule, a check, a detector, a plugin, etc.

        • AwsAccountIdrequired — (String)

          The AWS account ID that a finding is generated in.

        • Typesrequired — (Array<String>)

          One or more finding types in the format of namespace/category/classifier that classify a finding.

          Valid namespace values are: Software and Configuration Checks | TTPs | Effects | Unusual Behaviors | Sensitive Data Identifications

        • FirstObservedAt — (String)

          Indicates when the security-findings provider first observed the potential security issue that a finding captured.

          Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

        • LastObservedAt — (String)

          Indicates when the security-findings provider most recently observed the potential security issue that a finding captured.

          Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

        • CreatedAtrequired — (String)

          Indicates when the security-findings provider created the potential security issue that a finding captured.

          Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

        • UpdatedAtrequired — (String)

          Indicates when the security-findings provider last updated the finding record.

          Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

        • Severityrequired — (map)

          A finding's severity.

          • Product — (Float)

            Deprecated. This attribute is being deprecated. Instead of providing Product, provide Original.

            The native severity as defined by the AWS service or integrated partner product that generated the finding.

          • Label — (String)

            The severity value of the finding. The allowed values are the following.

            • INFORMATIONAL - No issue was found.

            • LOW - The issue does not require action on its own.

            • MEDIUM - The issue must be addressed but not urgently.

            • HIGH - The issue must be addressed as a priority.

            • CRITICAL - The issue must be remediated immediately to avoid it escalating.

            If you provide Normalized and do not provide Label, then Label is set automatically as follows.

            • 0 - INFORMATIONAL

            • 1–39 - LOW

            • 40–69 - MEDIUM

            • 70–89 - HIGH

            • 90–100 - CRITICAL

            Possible values include:
            • "INFORMATIONAL"
            • "LOW"
            • "MEDIUM"
            • "HIGH"
            • "CRITICAL"
          • Normalized — (Integer)

            Deprecated. The normalized severity of a finding. This attribute is being deprecated. Instead of providing Normalized, provide Label.

            If you provide Label and do not provide Normalized, then Normalized is set automatically as follows.

            • INFORMATIONAL - 0

            • LOW - 1

            • MEDIUM - 40

            • HIGH - 70

            • CRITICAL - 90

          • Original — (String)

            The native severity from the finding product that generated the finding.

        • Confidence — (Integer)

          A finding's confidence. Confidence is defined as the likelihood that a finding accurately identifies the behavior or issue that it was intended to identify.

          Confidence is scored on a 0-100 basis using a ratio scale, where 0 means zero percent confidence and 100 means 100 percent confidence.

        • Criticality — (Integer)

          The level of importance assigned to the resources associated with the finding.

          A score of 0 means that the underlying resources have no criticality, and a score of 100 is reserved for the most critical resources.

        • Titlerequired — (String)

          A finding's title.

          Note: In this release, Title is a required property.
        • Descriptionrequired — (String)

          A finding's description.

          Note: In this release, Description is a required property.
        • Remediation — (map)

          A data type that describes the remediation options for a finding.

          • Recommendation — (map)

            A recommendation on the steps to take to remediate the issue identified by a finding.

            • Text — (String)

              Describes the recommended steps to take to remediate an issue identified in a finding.

            • Url — (String)

              A URL to a page or site that contains information about how to remediate a finding.

        • SourceUrl — (String)

          A URL that links to a page about the current finding in the security-findings provider's solution.

        • ProductFields — (map<String>)

          A data type where security-findings providers can include additional solution-specific details that aren't part of the defined AwsSecurityFinding format.

        • UserDefinedFields — (map<String>)

          A list of name/value string pairs associated with the finding. These are custom, user-defined fields added to a finding.

        • Malware — (Array<map>)

          A list of malware related to a finding.

          • Namerequired — (String)

            The name of the malware that was observed.

          • Type — (String)

            The type of the malware that was observed.

            Possible values include:
            • "ADWARE"
            • "BLENDED_THREAT"
            • "BOTNET_AGENT"
            • "COIN_MINER"
            • "EXPLOIT_KIT"
            • "KEYLOGGER"
            • "MACRO"
            • "POTENTIALLY_UNWANTED"
            • "SPYWARE"
            • "RANSOMWARE"
            • "REMOTE_ACCESS"
            • "ROOTKIT"
            • "TROJAN"
            • "VIRUS"
            • "WORM"
          • Path — (String)

            The file system path of the malware that was observed.

          • State — (String)

            The state of the malware that was observed.

            Possible values include:
            • "OBSERVED"
            • "REMOVAL_FAILED"
            • "REMOVED"
        • Network — (map)

          The details of network-related information about a finding.

          • Direction — (String)

            The direction of network traffic associated with a finding.

            Possible values include:
            • "IN"
            • "OUT"
          • Protocol — (String)

            The protocol of network-related information about a finding.

          • OpenPortRange — (map)

            The range of open ports that is present on the network.

            • Begin — (Integer)

              The first port in the port range.

            • End — (Integer)

              The last port in the port range.

          • SourceIpV4 — (String)

            The source IPv4 address of network-related information about a finding.

          • SourceIpV6 — (String)

            The source IPv6 address of network-related information about a finding.

          • SourcePort — (Integer)

            The source port of network-related information about a finding.

          • SourceDomain — (String)

            The source domain of network-related information about a finding.

          • SourceMac — (String)

            The source media access control (MAC) address of network-related information about a finding.

          • DestinationIpV4 — (String)

            The destination IPv4 address of network-related information about a finding.

          • DestinationIpV6 — (String)

            The destination IPv6 address of network-related information about a finding.

          • DestinationPort — (Integer)

            The destination port of network-related information about a finding.

          • DestinationDomain — (String)

            The destination domain of network-related information about a finding.

        • NetworkPath — (Array<map>)

          Provides information about a network path that is relevant to a finding. Each entry under NetworkPath represents a component of that path.

          • ComponentId — (String)

            The identifier of a component in the network path.

          • ComponentType — (String)

            The type of component.

          • Egress — (map)

            Information about the component that comes after the current component in the network path.

            • Protocol — (String)

              The protocol used for the component.

            • Destination — (map)

              Information about the destination of the component.

              • Address — (Array<String>)

                The IP addresses of the destination.

              • PortRanges — (Array<map>)

                A list of port ranges for the destination.

                • Begin — (Integer)

                  The first port in the port range.

                • End — (Integer)

                  The last port in the port range.

            • Source — (map)

              Information about the origin of the component.

              • Address — (Array<String>)

                The IP addresses of the destination.

              • PortRanges — (Array<map>)

                A list of port ranges for the destination.

                • Begin — (Integer)

                  The first port in the port range.

                • End — (Integer)

                  The last port in the port range.

          • Ingress — (map)

            Information about the component that comes before the current node in the network path.

            • Protocol — (String)

              The protocol used for the component.

            • Destination — (map)

              Information about the destination of the component.

              • Address — (Array<String>)

                The IP addresses of the destination.

              • PortRanges — (Array<map>)

                A list of port ranges for the destination.

                • Begin — (Integer)

                  The first port in the port range.

                • End — (Integer)

                  The last port in the port range.

            • Source — (map)

              Information about the origin of the component.

              • Address — (Array<String>)

                The IP addresses of the destination.

              • PortRanges — (Array<map>)

                A list of port ranges for the destination.

                • Begin — (Integer)

                  The first port in the port range.

                • End — (Integer)

                  The last port in the port range.

        • Process — (map)

          The details of process-related information about a finding.

          • Name — (String)

            The name of the process.

          • Path — (String)

            The path to the process executable.

          • Pid — (Integer)

            The process ID.

          • ParentPid — (Integer)

            The parent process ID.

          • LaunchedAt — (String)

            Indicates when the process was launched.

            Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

          • TerminatedAt — (String)

            Indicates when the process was terminated.

            Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

        • ThreatIntelIndicators — (Array<map>)

          Threat intelligence details related to a finding.

          • Type — (String)

            The type of threat intelligence indicator.

            Possible values include:
            • "DOMAIN"
            • "EMAIL_ADDRESS"
            • "HASH_MD5"
            • "HASH_SHA1"
            • "HASH_SHA256"
            • "HASH_SHA512"
            • "IPV4_ADDRESS"
            • "IPV6_ADDRESS"
            • "MUTEX"
            • "PROCESS"
            • "URL"
          • Value — (String)

            The value of a threat intelligence indicator.

          • Category — (String)

            The category of a threat intelligence indicator.

            Possible values include:
            • "BACKDOOR"
            • "CARD_STEALER"
            • "COMMAND_AND_CONTROL"
            • "DROP_SITE"
            • "EXPLOIT_SITE"
            • "KEYLOGGER"
          • LastObservedAt — (String)

            Indicates when the most recent instance of a threat intelligence indicator was observed.

            Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

          • Source — (String)

            The source of the threat intelligence indicator.

          • SourceUrl — (String)

            The URL to the page or site where you can get more information about the threat intelligence indicator.

        • Resourcesrequired — (Array<map>)

          A set of resource data types that describe the resources that the finding refers to.

          • Typerequired — (String)

            The type of the resource that details are provided for. If possible, set Type to one of the supported resource types. For example, if the resource is an EC2 instance, then set Type to AwsEc2Instance.

            If the resource does not match any of the provided types, then set Type to Other.

          • Idrequired — (String)

            The canonical identifier for the given resource type.

          • Partition — (String)

            The canonical AWS partition name that the Region is assigned to.

            Possible values include:
            • "aws"
            • "aws-cn"
            • "aws-us-gov"
          • Region — (String)

            The canonical AWS external Region name where this resource is located.

          • Tags — (map<String>)

            A list of AWS tags associated with a resource at the time the finding was processed.

          • Details — (map)

            Additional details about the resource related to a finding.

            • AwsAutoScalingAutoScalingGroup — (map)

              Details for an autoscaling group.

              • LaunchConfigurationName — (String)

                The name of the launch configuration.

              • LoadBalancerNames — (Array<String>)

                The list of load balancers associated with the group.

              • HealthCheckType — (String)

                The service to use for the health checks.

              • HealthCheckGracePeriod — (Integer)

                The amount of time, in seconds, that Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling waits before it checks the health status of an EC2 instance that has come into service.

              • CreatedTime — (String)

                Indicates when the auto scaling group was created.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • AwsCodeBuildProject — (map)

              Details for an AWS CodeBuild project.

              • EncryptionKey — (String)

                The AWS Key Management Service (AWS KMS) customer master key (CMK) used to encrypt the build output artifacts.

                You can specify either the Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the CMK or, if available, the CMK alias (using the format alias/alias-name).

              • Environment — (map)

                Information about the build environment for this build project.

                • Certificate — (String)

                  The certificate to use with this build project.

                • ImagePullCredentialsType — (String)

                  The type of credentials AWS CodeBuild uses to pull images in your build.

                  Valid values:

                  • CODEBUILD specifies that AWS CodeBuild uses its own credentials. This requires that you modify your ECR repository policy to trust the AWS CodeBuild service principal.

                  • SERVICE_ROLE specifies that AWS CodeBuild uses your build project's service role.

                  When you use a cross-account or private registry image, you must use SERVICE_ROLE credentials. When you use an AWS CodeBuild curated image, you must use CODEBUILD credentials.

                • RegistryCredential — (map)

                  The credentials for access to a private registry.

                  • Credential — (String)

                    The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) or name of credentials created using AWS Secrets Manager.

                    Note: The credential can use the name of the credentials only if they exist in your current AWS Region.
                  • CredentialProvider — (String)

                    The service that created the credentials to access a private Docker registry.

                    The valid value, SECRETS_MANAGER, is for AWS Secrets Manager.

                • Type — (String)

                  The type of build environment to use for related builds.

                  The environment type ARM_CONTAINER is available only in Regions US East (N. Virginia), US East (Ohio), US West (Oregon), Europe (Ireland), Asia Pacific (Mumbai), Asia Pacific (Tokyo), Asia Pacific (Sydney), and Europe (Frankfurt).

                  The environment type LINUX_CONTAINER with compute type build.general1.2xlarge is available only in Regions US East (N. Virginia), US East (N. Virginia), US West (Oregon), Canada (Central), Europe (Ireland), Europe (London), Europe (Frankfurt), Asia Pacific (Tokyo), Asia Pacific (Seoul), Asia Pacific (Singapore), Asia Pacific (Sydney), China (Beijing), and China (Ningxia).

                  The environment type LINUX_GPU_CONTAINER is available only in Regions US East (N. Virginia), US East (N. Virginia), US West (Oregon), Canada (Central), Europe (Ireland), Europe (London), Europe (Frankfurt), Asia Pacific (Tokyo), Asia Pacific (Seoul), Asia Pacific (Singapore), Asia Pacific (Sydney), China (Beijing), and China (Ningxia).

                  Valid values: WINDOWS_CONTAINER | LINUX_CONTAINER | LINUX_GPU_CONTAINER | ARM_CONTAINER

              • Name — (String)

                The name of the build project.

              • Source — (map)

                Information about the build input source code for this build project.

                • Type — (String)

                  The type of repository that contains the source code to be built. Valid values are:

                  • BITBUCKET - The source code is in a Bitbucket repository.

                  • CODECOMMIT - The source code is in an AWS CodeCommit repository.

                  • CODEPIPELINE - The source code settings are specified in the source action of a pipeline in AWS CodePipeline.

                  • GITHUB - The source code is in a GitHub repository.

                  • GITHUB_ENTERPRISE - The source code is in a GitHub Enterprise repository.

                  • NO_SOURCE - The project does not have input source code.

                  • S3 - The source code is in an S3 input bucket.

                • Location — (String)

                  Information about the location of the source code to be built.

                  Valid values include:

                  • For source code settings that are specified in the source action of a pipeline in AWS CodePipeline, location should not be specified. If it is specified, AWS CodePipeline ignores it. This is because AWS CodePipeline uses the settings in a pipeline's source action instead of this value.

                  • For source code in an AWS CodeCommit repository, the HTTPS clone URL to the repository that contains the source code and the build spec file (for example, https://git-codecommit.region-ID.amazonaws.com/v1/repos/repo-name ).

                  • For source code in an S3 input bucket, one of the following.

                    • The path to the ZIP file that contains the source code (for example, bucket-name/path/to/object-name.zip).

                    • The path to the folder that contains the source code (for example, bucket-name/path/to/source-code/folder/).

                  • For source code in a GitHub repository, the HTTPS clone URL to the repository that contains the source and the build spec file.

                  • For source code in a Bitbucket repository, the HTTPS clone URL to the repository that contains the source and the build spec file.

                • GitCloneDepth — (Integer)

                  Information about the Git clone depth for the build project.

                • InsecureSsl — (Boolean)

                  Whether to ignore SSL warnings while connecting to the project source code.

              • ServiceRole — (String)

                The ARN of the IAM role that enables AWS CodeBuild to interact with dependent AWS services on behalf of the AWS account.

              • VpcConfig — (map)

                Information about the VPC configuration that AWS CodeBuild accesses.

                • VpcId — (String)

                  The ID of the VPC.

                • Subnets — (Array<String>)

                  A list of one or more subnet IDs in your Amazon VPC.

                • SecurityGroupIds — (Array<String>)

                  A list of one or more security group IDs in your Amazon VPC.

            • AwsCloudFrontDistribution — (map)

              Details about a CloudFront distribution.

              • DomainName — (String)

                The domain name corresponding to the distribution.

              • ETag — (String)

                The entity tag is a hash of the object.

              • LastModifiedTime — (String)

                Indicates when that the distribution was last modified.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

              • Logging — (map)

                A complex type that controls whether access logs are written for the distribution.

                • Bucket — (String)

                  The Amazon S3 bucket to store the access logs in.

                • Enabled — (Boolean)

                  With this field, you can enable or disable the selected distribution.

                • IncludeCookies — (Boolean)

                  Specifies whether you want CloudFront to include cookies in access logs.

                • Prefix — (String)

                  An optional string that you want CloudFront to use as a prefix to the access log filenames for this distribution.

              • Origins — (map)

                A complex type that contains information about origins for this distribution.

                • Items — (Array<map>)

                  A complex type that contains origins or origin groups for this distribution.

                  • DomainName — (String)

                    Amazon S3 origins: The DNS name of the Amazon S3 bucket from which you want CloudFront to get objects for this origin.

                  • Id — (String)

                    A unique identifier for the origin or origin group.

                  • OriginPath — (String)

                    An optional element that causes CloudFront to request your content from a directory in your Amazon S3 bucket or your custom origin.

              • Status — (String)

                Indicates the current status of the distribution.

              • WebAclId — (String)

                A unique identifier that specifies the AWS WAF web ACL, if any, to associate with this distribution.

            • AwsEc2Instance — (map)

              Details about an Amazon EC2 instance related to a finding.

              • Type — (String)

                The instance type of the instance.

              • ImageId — (String)

                The Amazon Machine Image (AMI) ID of the instance.

              • IpV4Addresses — (Array<String>)

                The IPv4 addresses associated with the instance.

              • IpV6Addresses — (Array<String>)

                The IPv6 addresses associated with the instance.

              • KeyName — (String)

                The key name associated with the instance.

              • IamInstanceProfileArn — (String)

                The IAM profile ARN of the instance.

              • VpcId — (String)

                The identifier of the VPC that the instance was launched in.

              • SubnetId — (String)

                The identifier of the subnet that the instance was launched in.

              • LaunchedAt — (String)

                Indicates when the instance was launched.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • AwsEc2NetworkInterface — (map)

              Details for an Amazon EC2 network interface.

              • Attachment — (map)

                The network interface attachment.

                • AttachTime — (String)

                  Indicates when the attachment initiated.

                  Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

                • AttachmentId — (String)

                  The identifier of the network interface attachment

                • DeleteOnTermination — (Boolean)

                  Indicates whether the network interface is deleted when the instance is terminated.

                • DeviceIndex — (Integer)

                  The device index of the network interface attachment on the instance.

                • InstanceId — (String)

                  The ID of the instance.

                • InstanceOwnerId — (String)

                  The AWS account ID of the owner of the instance.

                • Status — (String)

                  The attachment state.

                  Valid values: attaching | attached | detaching | detached

              • NetworkInterfaceId — (String)

                The ID of the network interface.

              • SecurityGroups — (Array<map>)

                Security groups for the network interface.

                • GroupName — (String)

                  The name of the security group.

                • GroupId — (String)

                  The ID of the security group.

              • SourceDestCheck — (Boolean)

                Indicates whether traffic to or from the instance is validated.

            • AwsEc2SecurityGroup — (map)

              Details for an EC2 security group.

              • GroupName — (String)

                The name of the security group.

              • GroupId — (String)

                The ID of the security group.

              • OwnerId — (String)

                The AWS account ID of the owner of the security group.

              • VpcId — (String)

                [VPC only] The ID of the VPC for the security group.

              • IpPermissions — (Array<map>)

                The inbound rules associated with the security group.

                • IpProtocol — (String)

                  The IP protocol name (tcp, udp, icmp, icmpv6) or number.

                  [VPC only] Use -1 to specify all protocols.

                  When authorizing security group rules, specifying -1 or a protocol number other than tcp, udp, icmp, or icmpv6 allows traffic on all ports, regardless of any port range you specify.

                  For tcp, udp, and icmp, you must specify a port range.

                  For icmpv6, the port range is optional. If you omit the port range, traffic for all types and codes is allowed.

                • FromPort — (Integer)

                  The start of the port range for the TCP and UDP protocols, or an ICMP/ICMPv6 type number.

                  A value of -1 indicates all ICMP/ICMPv6 types. If you specify all ICMP/ICMPv6 types, you must specify all codes.

                • ToPort — (Integer)

                  The end of the port range for the TCP and UDP protocols, or an ICMP/ICMPv6 code.

                  A value of -1 indicates all ICMP/ICMPv6 codes. If you specify all ICMP/ICMPv6 types, you must specify all codes.

                • UserIdGroupPairs — (Array<map>)

                  The security group and AWS account ID pairs.

                  • GroupId — (String)

                    The ID of the security group.

                  • GroupName — (String)

                    The name of the security group.

                  • PeeringStatus — (String)

                    The status of a VPC peering connection, if applicable.

                  • UserId — (String)

                    The ID of an AWS account.

                    For a referenced security group in another VPC, the account ID of the referenced security group is returned in the response. If the referenced security group is deleted, this value is not returned.

                    [EC2-Classic] Required when adding or removing rules that reference a security group in another AWS.

                  • VpcId — (String)

                    The ID of the VPC for the referenced security group, if applicable.

                  • VpcPeeringConnectionId — (String)

                    The ID of the VPC peering connection, if applicable.

                • IpRanges — (Array<map>)

                  The IPv4 ranges.

                  • CidrIp — (String)

                    The IPv4 CIDR range. You can specify either a CIDR range or a source security group, but not both. To specify a single IPv4 address, use the /32 prefix length.

                • Ipv6Ranges — (Array<map>)

                  The IPv6 ranges.

                  • CidrIpv6 — (String)

                    The IPv6 CIDR range. You can specify either a CIDR range or a source security group, but not both. To specify a single IPv6 address, use the /128 prefix length.

                • PrefixListIds — (Array<map>)

                  [VPC only] The prefix list IDs for an AWS service. With outbound rules, this is the AWS service to access through a VPC endpoint from instances associated with the security group.

                  • PrefixListId — (String)

                    The ID of the prefix.

              • IpPermissionsEgress — (Array<map>)

                [VPC only] The outbound rules associated with the security group.

                • IpProtocol — (String)

                  The IP protocol name (tcp, udp, icmp, icmpv6) or number.

                  [VPC only] Use -1 to specify all protocols.

                  When authorizing security group rules, specifying -1 or a protocol number other than tcp, udp, icmp, or icmpv6 allows traffic on all ports, regardless of any port range you specify.

                  For tcp, udp, and icmp, you must specify a port range.

                  For icmpv6, the port range is optional. If you omit the port range, traffic for all types and codes is allowed.

                • FromPort — (Integer)

                  The start of the port range for the TCP and UDP protocols, or an ICMP/ICMPv6 type number.

                  A value of -1 indicates all ICMP/ICMPv6 types. If you specify all ICMP/ICMPv6 types, you must specify all codes.

                • ToPort — (Integer)

                  The end of the port range for the TCP and UDP protocols, or an ICMP/ICMPv6 code.

                  A value of -1 indicates all ICMP/ICMPv6 codes. If you specify all ICMP/ICMPv6 types, you must specify all codes.

                • UserIdGroupPairs — (Array<map>)

                  The security group and AWS account ID pairs.

                  • GroupId — (String)

                    The ID of the security group.

                  • GroupName — (String)

                    The name of the security group.

                  • PeeringStatus — (String)

                    The status of a VPC peering connection, if applicable.

                  • UserId — (String)

                    The ID of an AWS account.

                    For a referenced security group in another VPC, the account ID of the referenced security group is returned in the response. If the referenced security group is deleted, this value is not returned.

                    [EC2-Classic] Required when adding or removing rules that reference a security group in another AWS.

                  • VpcId — (String)

                    The ID of the VPC for the referenced security group, if applicable.

                  • VpcPeeringConnectionId — (String)

                    The ID of the VPC peering connection, if applicable.

                • IpRanges — (Array<map>)

                  The IPv4 ranges.

                  • CidrIp — (String)

                    The IPv4 CIDR range. You can specify either a CIDR range or a source security group, but not both. To specify a single IPv4 address, use the /32 prefix length.

                • Ipv6Ranges — (Array<map>)

                  The IPv6 ranges.

                  • CidrIpv6 — (String)

                    The IPv6 CIDR range. You can specify either a CIDR range or a source security group, but not both. To specify a single IPv6 address, use the /128 prefix length.

                • PrefixListIds — (Array<map>)

                  [VPC only] The prefix list IDs for an AWS service. With outbound rules, this is the AWS service to access through a VPC endpoint from instances associated with the security group.

                  • PrefixListId — (String)

                    The ID of the prefix.

            • AwsEc2Volume — (map)

              Details for an EC2 volume.

              • CreateTime — (String)

                Indicates when the volume was created.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

              • Encrypted — (Boolean)

                Whether the volume is encrypted.

              • Size — (Integer)

                The size of the volume, in GiBs.

              • SnapshotId — (String)

                The snapshot from which the volume was created.

              • Status — (String)

                The volume state.

              • KmsKeyId — (String)

                The ARN of the AWS Key Management Service (AWS KMS) customer master key (CMK) that was used to protect the volume encryption key for the volume.

              • Attachments — (Array<map>)

                The volume attachments.

                • AttachTime — (String)

                  The datetime when the attachment initiated.

                • DeleteOnTermination — (Boolean)

                  Whether the EBS volume is deleted when the EC2 instance is terminated.

                • InstanceId — (String)

                  The identifier of the EC2 instance.

                • Status — (String)

                  The attachment state of the volume.

            • AwsEc2Vpc — (map)

              Details for an EC2 VPC.

              • CidrBlockAssociationSet — (Array<map>)

                Information about the IPv4 CIDR blocks associated with the VPC.

                • AssociationId — (String)

                  The association ID for the IPv4 CIDR block.

                • CidrBlock — (String)

                  The IPv4 CIDR block.

                • CidrBlockState — (String)

                  Information about the state of the IPv4 CIDR block.

              • Ipv6CidrBlockAssociationSet — (Array<map>)

                Information about the IPv6 CIDR blocks associated with the VPC.

                • AssociationId — (String)

                  The association ID for the IPv6 CIDR block.

                • Ipv6CidrBlock — (String)

                  The IPv6 CIDR block.

                • CidrBlockState — (String)

                  Information about the state of the CIDR block.

              • DhcpOptionsId — (String)

                The identifier of the set of Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) options that are associated with the VPC. If the default options are associated with the VPC, then this is default.

              • State — (String)

                The current state of the VPC.

            • AwsEc2Eip — (map)

              Details about an Elastic IP address.

              • InstanceId — (String)

                The identifier of the EC2 instance.

              • PublicIp — (String)

                A public IP address that is associated with the EC2 instance.

              • AllocationId — (String)

                The identifier that AWS assigns to represent the allocation of the Elastic IP address for use with Amazon VPC.

              • AssociationId — (String)

                The identifier that represents the association of the Elastic IP address with an EC2 instance.

              • Domain — (String)

                The domain in which to allocate the address.

                If the address is for use with EC2 instances in a VPC, then Domain is vpc. Otherwise, Domain is standard.

              • PublicIpv4Pool — (String)

                The identifier of an IP address pool. This parameter allows Amazon EC2 to select an IP address from the address pool.

              • NetworkBorderGroup — (String)

                The name of the location from which the Elastic IP address is advertised.

              • NetworkInterfaceId — (String)

                The identifier of the network interface.

              • NetworkInterfaceOwnerId — (String)

                The AWS account ID of the owner of the network interface.

              • PrivateIpAddress — (String)

                The private IP address that is associated with the Elastic IP address.

            • AwsElbv2LoadBalancer — (map)

              Details about a load balancer.

              • AvailabilityZones — (Array<map>)

                The Availability Zones for the load balancer.

                • ZoneName — (String)

                  The name of the Availability Zone.

                • SubnetId — (String)

                  The ID of the subnet. You can specify one subnet per Availability Zone.

              • CanonicalHostedZoneId — (String)

                The ID of the Amazon Route 53 hosted zone associated with the load balancer.

              • CreatedTime — (String)

                Indicates when the load balancer was created.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

              • DNSName — (String)

                The public DNS name of the load balancer.

              • IpAddressType — (String)

                The type of IP addresses used by the subnets for your load balancer. The possible values are ipv4 (for IPv4 addresses) and dualstack (for IPv4 and IPv6 addresses).

              • Scheme — (String)

                The nodes of an Internet-facing load balancer have public IP addresses.

              • SecurityGroups — (Array<String>)

                The IDs of the security groups for the load balancer.

              • State — (map)

                The state of the load balancer.

                • Code — (String)

                  The state code. The initial state of the load balancer is provisioning.

                  After the load balancer is fully set up and ready to route traffic, its state is active.

                  If the load balancer could not be set up, its state is failed.

                • Reason — (String)

                  A description of the state.

              • Type — (String)

                The type of load balancer.

              • VpcId — (String)

                The ID of the VPC for the load balancer.

            • AwsElasticsearchDomain — (map)

              Details for an Elasticsearch domain.

              • AccessPolicies — (String)

                IAM policy document specifying the access policies for the new Amazon ES domain.

              • DomainEndpointOptions — (map)

                Additional options for the domain endpoint.

                • EnforceHTTPS — (Boolean)

                  Whether to require that all traffic to the domain arrive over HTTPS.

                • TLSSecurityPolicy — (String)

                  The TLS security policy to apply to the HTTPS endpoint of the Elasticsearch domain.

                  Valid values:

                  • Policy-Min-TLS-1-0-2019-07, which supports TLSv1.0 and higher

                  • Policy-Min-TLS-1-2-2019-07, which only supports TLSv1.2

              • DomainId — (String)

                Unique identifier for an Amazon ES domain.

              • DomainName — (String)

                Name of an Amazon ES domain.

                Domain names are unique across all domains owned by the same account within an AWS Region.

                Domain names must start with a lowercase letter and must be between 3 and 28 characters.

                Valid characters are a-z (lowercase only), 0-9, and – (hyphen).

              • Endpoint — (String)

                Domain-specific endpoint used to submit index, search, and data upload requests to an Amazon ES domain.

                The endpoint is a service URL.

              • Endpoints — (map<String>)

                The key-value pair that exists if the Amazon ES domain uses VPC endpoints.

              • ElasticsearchVersion — (String)

                Elasticsearch version.

              • EncryptionAtRestOptions — (map)

                Details about the configuration for encryption at rest.

                • Enabled — (Boolean)

                  Whether encryption at rest is enabled.

                • KmsKeyId — (String)

                  The KMS key ID. Takes the form 1a2a3a4-1a2a-3a4a-5a6a-1a2a3a4a5a6a.

              • NodeToNodeEncryptionOptions — (map)

                Details about the configuration for node-to-node encryption.

                • Enabled — (Boolean)

                  Whether node-to-node encryption is enabled.

              • VPCOptions — (map)

                Information that Amazon ES derives based on VPCOptions for the domain.

                • AvailabilityZones — (Array<String>)

                  The list of Availability Zones associated with the VPC subnets.

                • SecurityGroupIds — (Array<String>)

                  The list of security group IDs associated with the VPC endpoints for the domain.

                • SubnetIds — (Array<String>)

                  A list of subnet IDs associated with the VPC endpoints for the domain.

                • VPCId — (String)

                  ID for the VPC.

            • AwsS3Bucket — (map)

              Details about an Amazon S3 bucket related to a finding.

              • OwnerId — (String)

                The canonical user ID of the owner of the S3 bucket.

              • OwnerName — (String)

                The display name of the owner of the S3 bucket.

              • CreatedAt — (String)

                Indicates when the S3 bucket was created.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

              • ServerSideEncryptionConfiguration — (map)

                The encryption rules that are applied to the S3 bucket.

                • Rules — (Array<map>)

                  The encryption rules that are applied to the S3 bucket.

                  • ApplyServerSideEncryptionByDefault — (map)

                    Specifies the default server-side encryption to apply to new objects in the bucket. If a PUT object request doesn't specify any server-side encryption, this default encryption is applied.

                    • SSEAlgorithm — (String)

                      Server-side encryption algorithm to use for the default encryption.

                    • KMSMasterKeyID — (String)

                      AWS KMS customer master key (CMK) ID to use for the default encryption.

            • AwsS3Object — (map)

              Details about an Amazon S3 object related to a finding.

              • LastModified — (String)

                Indicates when the object was last modified.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

              • ETag — (String)

                The opaque identifier assigned by a web server to a specific version of a resource found at a URL.

              • VersionId — (String)

                The version of the object.

              • ContentType — (String)

                A standard MIME type describing the format of the object data.

              • ServerSideEncryption — (String)

                If the object is stored using server-side encryption, the value of the server-side encryption algorithm used when storing this object in Amazon S3.

              • SSEKMSKeyId — (String)

                The identifier of the AWS Key Management Service (AWS KMS) symmetric customer managed customer master key (CMK) that was used for the object.

            • AwsSecretsManagerSecret — (map)

              Details about a Secrets Manager secret.

              • RotationRules — (map)

                Defines the rotation schedule for the secret.

                • AutomaticallyAfterDays — (Integer)

                  The number of days after the previous rotation to rotate the secret.

              • RotationOccurredWithinFrequency — (Boolean)

                Whether the rotation occurred within the specified rotation frequency.

              • KmsKeyId — (String)

                The ARN, Key ID, or alias of the AWS KMS customer master key (CMK) used to encrypt the SecretString or SecretBinary values for versions of this secret.

              • RotationEnabled — (Boolean)

                Whether rotation is enabled.

              • RotationLambdaArn — (String)

                The ARN of the Lambda function that rotates the secret.

              • Deleted — (Boolean)

                Whether the secret is deleted.

              • Name — (String)

                The name of the secret.

              • Description — (String)

                The user-provided description of the secret.

            • AwsIamAccessKey — (map)

              Details about an IAM access key related to a finding.

              • UserName — (String)

                The user associated with the IAM access key related to a finding.

                The UserName parameter has been replaced with the PrincipalName parameter because access keys can also be assigned to principals that are not IAM users.

              • Status — (String)

                The status of the IAM access key related to a finding.

                Possible values include:
                • "Active"
                • "Inactive"
              • CreatedAt — (String)

                Indicates when the IAM access key was created.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

              • PrincipalId — (String)

                The ID of the principal associated with an access key.

              • PrincipalType — (String)

                The type of principal associated with an access key.

              • PrincipalName — (String)

                The name of the principal.

            • AwsIamUser — (map)

              Details about an IAM user.

              • AttachedManagedPolicies — (Array<map>)

                A list of the managed policies that are attached to the user.

                • PolicyName — (String)

                  The name of the policy.

                • PolicyArn — (String)

                  The ARN of the policy.

              • CreateDate — (String)

                Indicates when the user was created.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

              • GroupList — (Array<String>)

                A list of IAM groups that the user belongs to.

              • Path — (String)

                The path to the user.

              • PermissionsBoundary — (map)

                The permissions boundary for the user.

                • PermissionsBoundaryArn — (String)

                  The ARN of the policy used to set the permissions boundary for the user.

                • PermissionsBoundaryType — (String)

                  The usage type for the permissions boundary.

              • UserId — (String)

                The unique identifier for the user.

              • UserName — (String)

                The name of the user.

              • UserPolicyList — (Array<map>)

                The list of inline policies that are embedded in the user.

                • PolicyName — (String)

                  The name of the policy.

            • AwsIamPolicy — (map)

              Details about an IAM permissions policy.

              • AttachmentCount — (Integer)

                The number of users, groups, and roles that the policy is attached to.

              • CreateDate — (String)

                When the policy was created.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

              • DefaultVersionId — (String)

                The identifier of the default version of the policy.

              • Description — (String)

                A description of the policy.

              • IsAttachable — (Boolean)

                Whether the policy can be attached to a user, group, or role.

              • Path — (String)

                The path to the policy.

              • PermissionsBoundaryUsageCount — (Integer)

                The number of users and roles that use the policy to set the permissions boundary.

              • PolicyId — (String)

                The unique identifier of the policy.

              • PolicyName — (String)

                The name of the policy.

              • PolicyVersionList — (Array<map>)

                List of versions of the policy.

                • VersionId — (String)

                  The identifier of the policy version.

                • IsDefaultVersion — (Boolean)

                  Whether the version is the default version.

                • CreateDate — (String)

                  Indicates when the version was created.

                  Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

              • UpdateDate — (String)

                When the policy was most recently updated.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • AwsDynamoDbTable — (map)

              Details about a DynamoDB table.

              • AttributeDefinitions — (Array<map>)

                A list of attribute definitions for the table.

                • AttributeName — (String)

                  The name of the attribute.

                • AttributeType — (String)

                  The type of the attribute.

              • BillingModeSummary — (map)

                Information about the billing for read/write capacity on the table.

                • BillingMode — (String)

                  The method used to charge for read and write throughput and to manage capacity.

                • LastUpdateToPayPerRequestDateTime — (String)

                  If the billing mode is PAY_PER_REQUEST, indicates when the billing mode was set to that value.

                  Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

              • CreationDateTime — (String)

                Indicates when the table was created.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

              • GlobalSecondaryIndexes — (Array<map>)

                List of global secondary indexes for the table.

                • Backfilling — (Boolean)

                  Whether the index is currently backfilling.

                • IndexArn — (String)

                  The ARN of the index.

                • IndexName — (String)

                  The name of the index.

                • IndexSizeBytes — (Integer)

                  The total size in bytes of the index.

                • IndexStatus — (String)

                  The current status of the index.

                • ItemCount — (Integer)

                  The number of items in the index.

                • KeySchema — (Array<map>)

                  The key schema for the index.

                  • AttributeName — (String)

                    The name of the key schema attribute.

                  • KeyType — (String)

                    The type of key used for the key schema attribute.

                • Projection — (map)

                  Attributes that are copied from the table into an index.

                  • NonKeyAttributes — (Array<String>)

                    The nonkey attributes that are projected into the index. For each attribute, provide the attribute name.

                  • ProjectionType — (String)

                    The types of attributes that are projected into the index.

                • ProvisionedThroughput — (map)

                  Information about the provisioned throughput settings for the indexes.

                  • LastDecreaseDateTime — (String)

                    Indicates when the provisioned throughput was last decreased.

                    Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

                  • LastIncreaseDateTime — (String)

                    Indicates when the provisioned throughput was last increased.

                    Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

                  • NumberOfDecreasesToday — (Integer)

                    The number of times during the current UTC calendar day that the provisioned throughput was decreased.

                  • ReadCapacityUnits — (Integer)

                    The maximum number of strongly consistent reads consumed per second before DynamoDB returns a ThrottlingException.

                  • WriteCapacityUnits — (Integer)

                    The maximum number of writes consumed per second before DynamoDB returns a ThrottlingException.

              • GlobalTableVersion — (String)

                The version of global tables being used.

              • ItemCount — (Integer)

                The number of items in the table.

              • KeySchema — (Array<map>)

                The primary key structure for the table.

                • AttributeName — (String)

                  The name of the key schema attribute.

                • KeyType — (String)

                  The type of key used for the key schema attribute.

              • LatestStreamArn — (String)

                The ARN of the latest stream for the table.

              • LatestStreamLabel — (String)

                The label of the latest stream. The label is not a unique identifier.

              • LocalSecondaryIndexes — (Array<map>)

                The list of local secondary indexes for the table.

                • IndexArn — (String)

                  The ARN of the index.

                • IndexName — (String)

                  The name of the index.

                • KeySchema — (Array<map>)

                  The complete key schema for the index.

                  • AttributeName — (String)

                    The name of the key schema attribute.

                  • KeyType — (String)

                    The type of key used for the key schema attribute.

                • Projection — (map)

                  Attributes that are copied from the table into the index. These are in addition to the primary key attributes and index key attributes, which are automatically projected.

                  • NonKeyAttributes — (Array<String>)

                    The nonkey attributes that are projected into the index. For each attribute, provide the attribute name.

                  • ProjectionType — (String)

                    The types of attributes that are projected into the index.

              • ProvisionedThroughput — (map)

                Information about the provisioned throughput for the table.

                • LastDecreaseDateTime — (String)

                  Indicates when the provisioned throughput was last decreased.

                  Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

                • LastIncreaseDateTime — (String)

                  Indicates when the provisioned throughput was last increased.

                  Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

                • NumberOfDecreasesToday — (Integer)

                  The number of times during the current UTC calendar day that the provisioned throughput was decreased.

                • ReadCapacityUnits — (Integer)

                  The maximum number of strongly consistent reads consumed per second before DynamoDB returns a ThrottlingException.

                • WriteCapacityUnits — (Integer)

                  The maximum number of writes consumed per second before DynamoDB returns a ThrottlingException.

              • Replicas — (Array<map>)

                The list of replicas of this table.

                • GlobalSecondaryIndexes — (Array<map>)

                  List of global secondary indexes for the replica.

                  • IndexName — (String)

                    The name of the index.

                  • ProvisionedThroughputOverride — (map)

                    Replica-specific configuration for the provisioned throughput for the index.

                    • ReadCapacityUnits — (Integer)

                      The read capacity units for the replica.

                • KmsMasterKeyId — (String)

                  The identifier of the AWS KMS customer master key (CMK) that will be used for AWS KMS encryption for the replica.

                • ProvisionedThroughputOverride — (map)

                  Replica-specific configuration for the provisioned throughput.

                  • ReadCapacityUnits — (Integer)

                    The read capacity units for the replica.

                • RegionName — (String)

                  The name of the Region where the replica is located.

                • ReplicaStatus — (String)

                  The current status of the replica.

                • ReplicaStatusDescription — (String)

                  Detailed information about the replica status.

              • RestoreSummary — (map)

                Information about the restore for the table.

                • SourceBackupArn — (String)

                  The ARN of the source backup from which the table was restored.

                • SourceTableArn — (String)

                  The ARN of the source table for the backup.

                • RestoreDateTime — (String)

                  Indicates the point in time that the table was restored to.

                  Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

                • RestoreInProgress — (Boolean)

                  Whether a restore is currently in progress.

              • SseDescription — (map)

                Information about the server-side encryption for the table.

                • InaccessibleEncryptionDateTime — (String)

                  If the key is inaccessible, the date and time when DynamoDB detected that the key was inaccessible.

                  Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

                • Status — (String)

                  The status of the server-side encryption.

                • SseType — (String)

                  The type of server-side encryption.

                • KmsMasterKeyArn — (String)

                  The ARN of the AWS KMS customer master key (CMK) that is used for the AWS KMS encryption.

              • StreamSpecification — (map)

                The current DynamoDB Streams configuration for the table.

                • StreamEnabled — (Boolean)

                  Indicates whether DynamoDB Streams is enabled on the table.

                • StreamViewType — (String)

                  Determines the information that is written to the table.

              • TableId — (String)

                The identifier of the table.

              • TableName — (String)

                The name of the table.

              • TableSizeBytes — (Integer)

                The total size of the table in bytes.

              • TableStatus — (String)

                The current status of the table.

            • AwsIamRole — (map)

              Details about an IAM role.

              • AssumeRolePolicyDocument — (String)

                The trust policy that grants permission to assume the role.

              • CreateDate — (String)

                Indicates when the role was created.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

              • RoleId — (String)

                The stable and unique string identifying the role.

              • RoleName — (String)

                The friendly name that identifies the role.

              • MaxSessionDuration — (Integer)

                The maximum session duration (in seconds) that you want to set for the specified role.

              • Path — (String)

                The path to the role.

            • AwsKmsKey — (map)

              Details about a KMS key.

              • AWSAccountId — (String)

                The twelve-digit account ID of the AWS account that owns the CMK.

              • CreationDate — (Float)

                Indicates when the CMK was created.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

              • KeyId — (String)

                The globally unique identifier for the CMK.

              • KeyManager — (String)

                The manager of the CMK. CMKs in your AWS account are either customer managed or AWS managed.

              • KeyState — (String)

                The state of the CMK.

              • Origin — (String)

                The source of the CMK's key material.

                When this value is AWS_KMS, AWS KMS created the key material.

                When this value is EXTERNAL, the key material was imported from your existing key management infrastructure or the CMK lacks key material.

                When this value is AWS_CLOUDHSM, the key material was created in the AWS CloudHSM cluster associated with a custom key store.

              • Description — (String)

                A description of the key.

            • AwsLambdaFunction — (map)

              Details about a Lambda function.

              • Code — (map)

                An AwsLambdaFunctionCode object.

                • S3Bucket — (String)

                  An Amazon S3 bucket in the same AWS Region as your function. The bucket can be in a different AWS account.

                • S3Key — (String)

                  The Amazon S3 key of the deployment package.

                • S3ObjectVersion — (String)

                  For versioned objects, the version of the deployment package object to use.

                • ZipFile — (String)

                  The base64-encoded contents of the deployment package. AWS SDK and AWS CLI clients handle the encoding for you.

              • CodeSha256 — (String)

                The SHA256 hash of the function's deployment package.

              • DeadLetterConfig — (map)

                The function's dead letter queue.

                • TargetArn — (String)

                  The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of an Amazon SQS queue or Amazon SNS topic.

              • Environment — (map)

                The function's environment variables.

                • Variables — (map<String>)

                  Environment variable key-value pairs.

                • Error — (map)

                  An AwsLambdaFunctionEnvironmentError object.

                  • ErrorCode — (String)

                    The error code.

                  • Message — (String)

                    The error message.

              • FunctionName — (String)

                The name of the function.

              • Handler — (String)

                The function that Lambda calls to begin executing your function.

              • KmsKeyArn — (String)

                The KMS key that's used to encrypt the function's environment variables. This key is only returned if you've configured a customer managed CMK.

              • LastModified — (String)

                Indicates when the function was last updated.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

              • Layers — (Array<map>)

                The function's layers.

                • Arn — (String)

                  The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the function layer.

                • CodeSize — (Integer)

                  The size of the layer archive in bytes.

              • MasterArn — (String)

                For Lambda@Edge functions, the ARN of the master function.

              • MemorySize — (Integer)

                The memory that's allocated to the function.

              • RevisionId — (String)

                The latest updated revision of the function or alias.

              • Role — (String)

                The function's execution role.

              • Runtime — (String)

                The runtime environment for the Lambda function.

              • Timeout — (Integer)

                The amount of time that Lambda allows a function to run before stopping it.

              • TracingConfig — (map)

                The function's AWS X-Ray tracing configuration.

                • Mode — (String)

                  The tracing mode.

              • VpcConfig — (map)

                The function's networking configuration.

                • SecurityGroupIds — (Array<String>)

                  A list of VPC security groups IDs.

                • SubnetIds — (Array<String>)

                  A list of VPC subnet IDs.

                • VpcId — (String)

                  The ID of the VPC.

              • Version — (String)

                The version of the Lambda function.

            • AwsLambdaLayerVersion — (map)

              Details for a Lambda layer version.

              • Version — (Integer)

                The version number.

              • CompatibleRuntimes — (Array<String>)

                The layer's compatible runtimes. Maximum number of five items.

                Valid values: nodejs10.x | nodejs12.x | java8 | java11 | python2.7 | python3.6 | python3.7 | python3.8 | dotnetcore1.0 | dotnetcore2.1 | go1.x | ruby2.5 | provided

              • CreatedDate — (String)

                Indicates when the version was created.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • AwsRdsDbInstance — (map)

              Details about an Amazon RDS database instance.

              • AssociatedRoles — (Array<map>)

                The AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) roles associated with the DB instance.

                • RoleArn — (String)

                  The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the IAM role that is associated with the DB instance.

                • FeatureName — (String)

                  The name of the feature associated with the IAM)role.

                • Status — (String)

                  Describes the state of the association between the IAM role and the DB instance. The Status property returns one of the following values:

                  • ACTIVE - The IAM role ARN is associated with the DB instance and can be used to access other AWS services on your behalf.

                  • PENDING - The IAM role ARN is being associated with the DB instance.

                  • INVALID - The IAM role ARN is associated with the DB instance. But the DB instance is unable to assume the IAM role in order to access other AWS services on your behalf.

              • CACertificateIdentifier — (String)

                The identifier of the CA certificate for this DB instance.

              • DBClusterIdentifier — (String)

                If the DB instance is a member of a DB cluster, contains the name of the DB cluster that the DB instance is a member of.

              • DBInstanceIdentifier — (String)

                Contains a user-supplied database identifier. This identifier is the unique key that identifies a DB instance.

              • DBInstanceClass — (String)

                Contains the name of the compute and memory capacity class of the DB instance.

              • DbInstancePort — (Integer)

                Specifies the port that the DB instance listens on. If the DB instance is part of a DB cluster, this can be a different port than the DB cluster port.

              • DbiResourceId — (String)

                The AWS Region-unique, immutable identifier for the DB instance. This identifier is found in AWS CloudTrail log entries whenever the AWS KMS key for the DB instance is accessed.

              • DBName — (String)

                The meaning of this parameter differs according to the database engine you use.

                MySQL, MariaDB, SQL Server, PostgreSQL

                Contains the name of the initial database of this instance that was provided at create time, if one was specified when the DB instance was created. This same name is returned for the life of the DB instance.

                Oracle

                Contains the Oracle System ID (SID) of the created DB instance. Not shown when the returned parameters do not apply to an Oracle DB instance.

              • DeletionProtection — (Boolean)

                Indicates whether the DB instance has deletion protection enabled.

                When deletion protection is enabled, the database cannot be deleted.

              • Endpoint — (map)

                Specifies the connection endpoint.

                • Address — (String)

                  Specifies the DNS address of the DB instance.

                • Port — (Integer)

                  Specifies the port that the database engine is listening on.

                • HostedZoneId — (String)

                  Specifies the ID that Amazon Route 53 assigns when you create a hosted zone.

              • Engine — (String)

                Provides the name of the database engine to use for this DB instance.

              • EngineVersion — (String)

                Indicates the database engine version.

              • IAMDatabaseAuthenticationEnabled — (Boolean)

                True if mapping of AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) accounts to database accounts is enabled, and otherwise false.

                IAM database authentication can be enabled for the following database engines.

                • For MySQL 5.6, minor version 5.6.34 or higher

                • For MySQL 5.7, minor version 5.7.16 or higher

                • Aurora 5.6 or higher

              • InstanceCreateTime — (String)

                Indicates when the DB instance was created.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

              • KmsKeyId — (String)

                If StorageEncrypted is true, the AWS KMS key identifier for the encrypted DB instance.

              • PubliclyAccessible — (Boolean)

                Specifies the accessibility options for the DB instance.

                A value of true specifies an Internet-facing instance with a publicly resolvable DNS name, which resolves to a public IP address.

                A value of false specifies an internal instance with a DNS name that resolves to a private IP address.

              • StorageEncrypted — (Boolean)

                Specifies whether the DB instance is encrypted.

              • TdeCredentialArn — (String)

                The ARN from the key store with which the instance is associated for TDE encryption.

              • VpcSecurityGroups — (Array<map>)

                A list of VPC security groups that the DB instance belongs to.

                • VpcSecurityGroupId — (String)

                  The name of the VPC security group.

                • Status — (String)

                  The status of the VPC security group.

              • MultiAz — (Boolean)

                Whether the DB instance is a multiple Availability Zone deployment.

              • EnhancedMonitoringResourceArn — (String)

                The ARN of the CloudWatch Logs log stream that receives the enhanced monitoring metrics data for the DB instance.

              • DbInstanceStatus — (String)

                The current status of the DB instance.

              • MasterUsername — (String)

                The master user name of the DB instance.

              • AllocatedStorage — (Integer)

                The amount of storage (in gigabytes) to initially allocate for the DB instance.

              • PreferredBackupWindow — (String)

                The range of time each day when automated backups are created, if automated backups are enabled.

                Uses the format HH:MM-HH:MM. For example, 04:52-05:22.

              • BackupRetentionPeriod — (Integer)

                The number of days for which to retain automated backups.

              • DbSecurityGroups — (Array<String>)

                A list of the DB security groups to assign to the DB instance.

              • DbParameterGroups — (Array<map>)

                A list of the DB parameter groups to assign to the DB instance.

                • DbParameterGroupName — (String)

                • ParameterApplyStatus — (String)

              • AvailabilityZone — (String)

                The Availability Zone where the DB instance will be created.

              • DbSubnetGroup — (map)

                Information about the subnet group that is associated with the DB instance.

                • DbSubnetGroupName — (String)

                  The name of the subnet group.

                • DbSubnetGroupDescription — (String)

                  The description of the subnet group.

                • VpcId — (String)

                  The VPC ID of the subnet group.

                • SubnetGroupStatus — (String)

                  The status of the subnet group.

                • Subnets — (Array<map>)

                  A list of subnets in the subnet group.

                  • SubnetIdentifier — (String)

                    The identifier of a subnet in the subnet group.

                  • SubnetAvailabilityZone — (map)

                    Information about the Availability Zone for a subnet in the subnet group.

                    • Name — (String)

                      The name of the Availability Zone for a subnet in the subnet group.

                  • SubnetStatus — (String)

                    The status of a subnet in the subnet group.

                • DbSubnetGroupArn — (String)

                  The ARN of the subnet group.

              • PreferredMaintenanceWindow — (String)

                The weekly time range during which system maintenance can occur, in Universal Coordinated Time (UTC).

                Uses the format <day>:HH:MM-<day>:HH:MM.

                For the day values, use mon|tue|wed|thu|fri|sat|sun.

                For example, sun:09:32-sun:10:02.

              • PendingModifiedValues — (map)

                Changes to the DB instance that are currently pending.

                • DbInstanceClass — (String)

                • AllocatedStorage — (Integer)

                • MasterUserPassword — (String)

                • Port — (Integer)

                • BackupRetentionPeriod — (Integer)

                • MultiAZ — (Boolean)

                • EngineVersion — (String)

                • LicenseModel — (String)

                • Iops — (Integer)

                • DbInstanceIdentifier — (String)

                • StorageType — (String)

                • CaCertificateIdentifier — (String)

                • DbSubnetGroupName — (String)

                • PendingCloudWatchLogsExports — (map)

                  • LogTypesToEnable — (Array<String>)

                    A list of log types that are being enabled.

                  • LogTypesToDisable — (Array<String>)

                    A list of log types that are being disabled.

                • ProcessorFeatures — (Array<map>)

                  • Name — (String)

                  • Value — (String)

              • LatestRestorableTime — (String)

                Specifies the latest time to which a database can be restored with point-in-time restore.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

              • AutoMinorVersionUpgrade — (Boolean)

                Indicates whether minor version patches are applied automatically.

              • ReadReplicaSourceDBInstanceIdentifier — (String)

                If this DB instance is a read replica, contains the identifier of the source DB instance.

              • ReadReplicaDBInstanceIdentifiers — (Array<String>)

                List of identifiers of the read replicas associated with this DB instance.

              • ReadReplicaDBClusterIdentifiers — (Array<String>)

                List of identifiers of Aurora DB clusters to which the RDS DB instance is replicated as a read replica.

              • LicenseModel — (String)

                License model information for this DB instance.

              • Iops — (Integer)

                Specifies the provisioned IOPS (I/O operations per second) for this DB instance.

              • OptionGroupMemberships — (Array<map>)

                The list of option group memberships for this DB instance.

                • OptionGroupName — (String)

                • Status — (String)

              • CharacterSetName — (String)

                The name of the character set that this DB instance is associated with.

              • SecondaryAvailabilityZone — (String)

                For a DB instance with multi-Availability Zone support, the name of the secondary Availability Zone.

              • StatusInfos — (Array<map>)

                The status of a read replica. If the instance isn't a read replica, this is empty.

                • StatusType — (String)

                  The type of status. For a read replica, the status type is read replication.

                • Normal — (Boolean)

                  Whether the read replica instance is operating normally.

                • Status — (String)

                  The status of the read replica instance.

                • Message — (String)

                  If the read replica is currently in an error state, provides the error details.

              • StorageType — (String)

                The storage type for the DB instance.

              • DomainMemberships — (Array<map>)

                The Active Directory domain membership records associated with the DB instance.

                • Domain — (String)

                  The identifier of the Active Directory domain.

                • Status — (String)

                  The status of the Active Directory Domain membership for the DB instance.

                • Fqdn — (String)

                  The fully qualified domain name of the Active Directory domain.

                • IamRoleName — (String)

                  The name of the IAM role to use when making API calls to the Directory Service.

              • CopyTagsToSnapshot — (Boolean)

                Whether to copy resource tags to snapshots of the DB instance.

              • MonitoringInterval — (Integer)

                The interval, in seconds, between points when enhanced monitoring metrics are collected for the DB instance.

              • MonitoringRoleArn — (String)

                The ARN for the IAM role that permits Amazon RDS to send enhanced monitoring metrics to CloudWatch Logs.

              • PromotionTier — (Integer)

                The order in which to promote an Aurora replica to the primary instance after a failure of the existing primary instance.

              • Timezone — (String)

                The time zone of the DB instance.

              • PerformanceInsightsEnabled — (Boolean)

                Indicates whether Performance Insights is enabled for the DB instance.

              • PerformanceInsightsKmsKeyId — (String)

                The identifier of the AWS KMS key used to encrypt the Performance Insights data.

              • PerformanceInsightsRetentionPeriod — (Integer)

                The number of days to retain Performance Insights data.

              • EnabledCloudWatchLogsExports — (Array<String>)

                A list of log types that this DB instance is configured to export to CloudWatch Logs.

              • ProcessorFeatures — (Array<map>)

                The number of CPU cores and the number of threads per core for the DB instance class of the DB instance.

                • Name — (String)

                • Value — (String)

              • ListenerEndpoint — (map)

                Specifies the connection endpoint.

                • Address — (String)

                  Specifies the DNS address of the DB instance.

                • Port — (Integer)

                  Specifies the port that the database engine is listening on.

                • HostedZoneId — (String)

                  Specifies the ID that Amazon Route 53 assigns when you create a hosted zone.

              • MaxAllocatedStorage — (Integer)

                The upper limit to which Amazon RDS can automatically scale the storage of the DB instance.

            • AwsSnsTopic — (map)

              Details about an SNS topic.

              • KmsMasterKeyId — (String)

                The ID of an AWS managed customer master key (CMK) for Amazon SNS or a custom CMK.

              • Subscription — (Array<map>)

                Subscription is an embedded property that describes the subscription endpoints of an Amazon SNS topic.

                • Endpoint — (String)

                  The subscription's endpoint (format depends on the protocol).

                • Protocol — (String)

                  The subscription's protocol.

              • TopicName — (String)

                The name of the topic.

              • Owner — (String)

                The subscription's owner.

            • AwsSqsQueue — (map)

              Details about an SQS queue.

              • KmsDataKeyReusePeriodSeconds — (Integer)

                The length of time, in seconds, for which Amazon SQS can reuse a data key to encrypt or decrypt messages before calling AWS KMS again.

              • KmsMasterKeyId — (String)

                The ID of an AWS managed customer master key (CMK) for Amazon SQS or a custom CMK.

              • QueueName — (String)

                The name of the new queue.

              • DeadLetterTargetArn — (String)

                The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the dead-letter queue to which Amazon SQS moves messages after the value of maxReceiveCount is exceeded.

            • AwsWafWebAcl — (map)

              Details for a WAF WebACL.

              • Name — (String)

                A friendly name or description of the WebACL. You can't change the name of a WebACL after you create it.

              • DefaultAction — (String)

                The action to perform if none of the rules contained in the WebACL match.

              • Rules — (Array<map>)

                An array that contains the action for each rule in a WebACL, the priority of the rule, and the ID of the rule.

                • Action — (map)

                  Specifies the action that CloudFront or AWS WAF takes when a web request matches the conditions in the rule.

                  • Type — (String)

                    Specifies how you want AWS WAF to respond to requests that match the settings in a rule.

                    Valid settings include the following:

                    • ALLOW - AWS WAF allows requests

                    • BLOCK - AWS WAF blocks requests

                    • COUNT - AWS WAF increments a counter of the requests that match all of the conditions in the rule. AWS WAF then continues to inspect the web request based on the remaining rules in the web ACL. You can't specify COUNT for the default action for a WebACL.

                • ExcludedRules — (Array<map>)

                  Rules to exclude from a rule group.

                  • RuleId — (String)

                    The unique identifier for the rule to exclude from the rule group.

                • OverrideAction — (map)

                  Use the OverrideAction to test your RuleGroup.

                  Any rule in a RuleGroup can potentially block a request. If you set the OverrideAction to None, the RuleGroup blocks a request if any individual rule in the RuleGroup matches the request and is configured to block that request.

                  However, if you first want to test the RuleGroup, set the OverrideAction to Count. The RuleGroup then overrides any block action specified by individual rules contained within the group. Instead of blocking matching requests, those requests are counted.

                  ActivatedRule|OverrideAction applies only when updating or adding a RuleGroup to a WebACL. In this case you do not use ActivatedRule|Action. For all other update requests, ActivatedRule|Action is used instead of ActivatedRule|OverrideAction.

                  • Type — (String)

                    COUNT overrides the action specified by the individual rule within a RuleGroup .

                    If set to NONE, the rule's action takes place.

                • Priority — (Integer)

                  Specifies the order in which the rules in a WebACL are evaluated. Rules with a lower value for Priority are evaluated before rules with a higher value. The value must be a unique integer. If you add multiple rules to a WebACL, the values do not need to be consecutive.

                • RuleId — (String)

                  The identifier for a rule.

                • Type — (String)

                  The rule type.

                  Valid values: REGULAR | RATE_BASED | GROUP

                  The default is REGULAR.

              • WebAclId — (String)

                A unique identifier for a WebACL.

            • AwsRdsDbSnapshot — (map)

              Details about an Amazon RDS database snapshot.

              • DbSnapshotIdentifier — (String)

              • DbInstanceIdentifier — (String)

              • SnapshotCreateTime — (String)

              • Engine — (String)

              • AllocatedStorage — (Integer)

              • Status — (String)

              • Port — (Integer)

              • AvailabilityZone — (String)

              • VpcId — (String)

              • InstanceCreateTime — (String)

              • MasterUsername — (String)

              • EngineVersion — (String)

              • LicenseModel — (String)

              • SnapshotType — (String)

              • Iops — (Integer)

              • OptionGroupName — (String)

              • PercentProgress — (Integer)

              • SourceRegion — (String)

              • SourceDbSnapshotIdentifier — (String)

              • StorageType — (String)

              • TdeCredentialArn — (String)

              • Encrypted — (Boolean)

              • KmsKeyId — (String)

              • Timezone — (String)

              • IamDatabaseAuthenticationEnabled — (Boolean)

              • ProcessorFeatures — (Array<map>)

                • Name — (String)

                • Value — (String)

              • DbiResourceId — (String)

            • AwsRdsDbClusterSnapshot — (map)

              Details about an Amazon RDS database cluster snapshot.

              • AvailabilityZones — (Array<String>)

                A list of Availability Zones where instances in the DB cluster can be created.

              • SnapshotCreateTime — (String)

                Indicates when the snapshot was taken.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

              • Engine — (String)

              • AllocatedStorage — (Integer)

                Specifies the allocated storage size in gibibytes (GiB).

              • Status — (String)

                The status of this DB cluster snapshot.

              • Port — (Integer)

                The port number on which the DB instances in the DB cluster accept connections.

              • VpcId — (String)

                The VPC ID that is associated with the DB cluster snapshot.

              • ClusterCreateTime — (String)

                Indicates when the DB cluster was created, in Universal Coordinated Time (UTC).

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

              • MasterUsername — (String)

                The name of the master user for the DB cluster.

              • EngineVersion — (String)

                The version of the database engine to use.

              • LicenseModel — (String)

                The license model information for this DB cluster snapshot.

              • SnapshotType — (String)

                The type of DB cluster snapshot.

              • PercentProgress — (Integer)

                Specifies the percentage of the estimated data that has been transferred.

              • StorageEncrypted — (Boolean)

                Whether the DB cluster is encrypted.

              • KmsKeyId — (String)

                The ARN of the AWS KMS master key that is used to encrypt the database instances in the DB cluster.

              • DbClusterIdentifier — (String)

                The DB cluster identifier.

              • DbClusterSnapshotIdentifier — (String)

                The identifier of the DB cluster snapshot.

              • IamDatabaseAuthenticationEnabled — (Boolean)

                Whether mapping of IAM accounts to database accounts is enabled.

            • AwsRdsDbCluster — (map)

              Details about an Amazon RDS database cluster.

              • AllocatedStorage — (Integer)

                For all database engines except Aurora, specifies the allocated storage size in gibibytes (GiB).

              • AvailabilityZones — (Array<String>)

                A list of Availability Zones (AZs) where instances in the DB cluster can be created.

              • BackupRetentionPeriod — (Integer)

                The number of days for which automated backups are retained.

              • DatabaseName — (String)

                The name of the database.

              • Status — (String)

                The current status of this DB cluster.

              • Endpoint — (String)

                The connection endpoint for the primary instance of the DB cluster.

              • ReaderEndpoint — (String)

                The reader endpoint for the DB cluster.

              • CustomEndpoints — (Array<String>)

                A list of custom endpoints for the DB cluster.

              • MultiAz — (Boolean)

                Whether the DB cluster has instances in multiple Availability Zones.

              • Engine — (String)

                The name of the database engine to use for this DB cluster.

              • EngineVersion — (String)

                The version number of the database engine to use.

              • Port — (Integer)

                The port number on which the DB instances in the DB cluster accept connections.

              • MasterUsername — (String)

                The name of the master user for the DB cluster.

              • PreferredBackupWindow — (String)

                The range of time each day when automated backups are created, if automated backups are enabled.

                Uses the format HH:MM-HH:MM. For example, 04:52-05:22.

              • PreferredMaintenanceWindow — (String)

                The weekly time range during which system maintenance can occur, in Universal Coordinated Time (UTC).

                Uses the format <day>:HH:MM-<day>:HH:MM.

                For the day values, use mon|tue|wed|thu|fri|sat|sun.

                For example, sun:09:32-sun:10:02.

              • ReadReplicaIdentifiers — (Array<String>)

                The identifiers of the read replicas that are associated with this DB cluster.

              • VpcSecurityGroups — (Array<map>)

                A list of VPC security groups that the DB cluster belongs to.

                • VpcSecurityGroupId — (String)

                  The name of the VPC security group.

                • Status — (String)

                  The status of the VPC security group.

              • HostedZoneId — (String)

                Specifies the identifier that Amazon Route 53 assigns when you create a hosted zone.

              • StorageEncrypted — (Boolean)

                Whether the DB cluster is encrypted.

              • KmsKeyId — (String)

                The ARN of the AWS KMS master key that is used to encrypt the database instances in the DB cluster.

              • DbClusterResourceId — (String)

                The identifier of the DB cluster. The identifier must be unique within each AWS Region and is immutable.

              • AssociatedRoles — (Array<map>)

                A list of the IAM roles that are associated with the DB cluster.

                • RoleArn — (String)

                  The ARN of the IAM role.

                • Status — (String)

                  The status of the association between the IAM role and the DB cluster.

              • ClusterCreateTime — (String)

                Indicates when the DB cluster was created, in Universal Coordinated Time (UTC).

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

              • EnabledCloudWatchLogsExports — (Array<String>)

                A list of log types that this DB cluster is configured to export to CloudWatch Logs.

              • EngineMode — (String)

                The database engine mode of the DB cluster.

              • DeletionProtection — (Boolean)

                Whether the DB cluster has deletion protection enabled.

              • HttpEndpointEnabled — (Boolean)

                Whether the HTTP endpoint for an Aurora Serverless DB cluster is enabled.

              • ActivityStreamStatus — (String)

                The status of the database activity stream.

              • CopyTagsToSnapshot — (Boolean)

                Whether tags are copied from the DB cluster to snapshots of the DB cluster.

              • CrossAccountClone — (Boolean)

                Whether the DB cluster is a clone of a DB cluster owned by a different AWS account.

              • DomainMemberships — (Array<map>)

                The Active Directory domain membership records that are associated with the DB cluster.

                • Domain — (String)

                  The identifier of the Active Directory domain.

                • Status — (String)

                  The status of the Active Directory Domain membership for the DB instance.

                • Fqdn — (String)

                  The fully qualified domain name of the Active Directory domain.

                • IamRoleName — (String)

                  The name of the IAM role to use when making API calls to the Directory Service.

              • DbClusterParameterGroup — (String)

                The name of the DB cluster parameter group for the DB cluster.

              • DbSubnetGroup — (String)

                The subnet group that is associated with the DB cluster, including the name, description, and subnets in the subnet group.

              • DbClusterOptionGroupMemberships — (Array<map>)

                The list of option group memberships for this DB cluster.

                • DbClusterOptionGroupName — (String)

                  The name of the DB cluster option group.

                • Status — (String)

                  The status of the DB cluster option group.

              • DbClusterIdentifier — (String)

                The DB cluster identifier that the user assigned to the cluster. This identifier is the unique key that identifies a DB cluster.

              • DbClusterMembers — (Array<map>)

                The list of instances that make up the DB cluster.

                • IsClusterWriter — (Boolean)

                  Whether the cluster member is the primary instance for the DB cluster.

                • PromotionTier — (Integer)

                  Specifies the order in which an Aurora replica is promoted to the primary instance when the existing primary instance fails.

                • DbInstanceIdentifier — (String)

                  The instance identifier for this member of the DB cluster.

                • DbClusterParameterGroupStatus — (String)

                  The status of the DB cluster parameter group for this member of the DB cluster.

              • IamDatabaseAuthenticationEnabled — (Boolean)

                Whether the mapping of IAM accounts to database accounts is enabled.

            • Container — (map)

              Details about a container resource related to a finding.

              • Name — (String)

                The name of the container related to a finding.

              • ImageId — (String)

                The identifier of the image related to a finding.

              • ImageName — (String)

                The name of the image related to a finding.

              • LaunchedAt — (String)

                Indicates when the container started.

                Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • Other — (map<String>)

              Details about a resource that are not available in a type-specific details object. Use the Other object in the following cases.

              • The type-specific object does not contain all of the fields that you want to populate. In this case, first use the type-specific object to populate those fields. Use the Other object to populate the fields that are missing from the type-specific object.

              • The resource type does not have a corresponding object. This includes resources for which the type is Other.

        • Compliance — (map)

          This data type is exclusive to findings that are generated as the result of a check run against a specific rule in a supported security standard, such as CIS AWS Foundations. Contains security standard-related finding details.

          • Status — (String)

            The result of a standards check.

            The valid values for Status are as follows.

              • PASSED - Standards check passed for all evaluated resources.

              • WARNING - Some information is missing or this check is not supported for your configuration.

              • FAILED - Standards check failed for at least one evaluated resource.

              • NOT_AVAILABLE - Check could not be performed due to a service outage, API error, or because the result of the AWS Config evaluation was NOT_APPLICABLE. If the AWS Config evaluation result was NOT_APPLICABLE, then after 3 days, Security Hub automatically archives the finding.

            Possible values include:
            • "PASSED"
            • "WARNING"
            • "FAILED"
            • "NOT_AVAILABLE"
          • RelatedRequirements — (Array<String>)

            For a control, the industry or regulatory framework requirements that are related to the control. The check for that control is aligned with these requirements.

          • StatusReasons — (Array<map>)

            For findings generated from controls, a list of reasons behind the value of Status. For the list of status reason codes and their meanings, see Standards-related information in the ASFF in the AWS Security Hub User Guide.

            • ReasonCoderequired — (String)

              A code that represents a reason for the control status. For the list of status reason codes and their meanings, see Standards-related information in the ASFF in the AWS Security Hub User Guide.

            • Description — (String)

              The corresponding description for the status reason code.

        • VerificationState — (String)

          Indicates the veracity of a finding.

          Possible values include:
          • "UNKNOWN"
          • "TRUE_POSITIVE"
          • "FALSE_POSITIVE"
          • "BENIGN_POSITIVE"
        • WorkflowState — (String)

          The workflow state of a finding.

          Possible values include:
          • "NEW"
          • "ASSIGNED"
          • "IN_PROGRESS"
          • "DEFERRED"
          • "RESOLVED"
        • Workflow — (map)

          Provides information about the status of the investigation into a finding.

          • Status — (String)

            The status of the investigation into the finding. The allowed values are the following.

            • NEW - The initial state of a finding, before it is reviewed.

            • NOTIFIED - Indicates that you notified the resource owner about the security issue. Used when the initial reviewer is not the resource owner, and needs intervention from the resource owner.

            • SUPPRESSED - The finding will not be reviewed again and will not be acted upon.

            • RESOLVED - The finding was reviewed and remediated and is now considered resolved.

            Possible values include:
            • "NEW"
            • "NOTIFIED"
            • "RESOLVED"
            • "SUPPRESSED"
        • RecordState — (String)

          The record state of a finding.

          Possible values include:
          • "ACTIVE"
          • "ARCHIVED"
        • RelatedFindings — (Array<map>)

          A list of related findings.

          • ProductArnrequired — (String)

            The ARN of the product that generated a related finding.

          • Idrequired — (String)

            The product-generated identifier for a related finding.

        • Note — (map)

          A user-defined note added to a finding.

          • Textrequired — (String)

            The text of a note.

          • UpdatedByrequired — (String)

            The principal that created a note.

          • UpdatedAtrequired — (String)

            The timestamp of when the note was updated.

            Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

        • Vulnerabilities — (Array<map>)

          Provides a list of vulnerabilities associated with the findings.

          • Idrequired — (String)

            The identifier of the vulnerability.

          • VulnerablePackages — (Array<map>)

            List of software packages that have the vulnerability.

            • Name — (String)

              The name of the software package.

            • Version — (String)

              The version of the software package.

            • Epoch — (String)

              The epoch of the software package.

            • Release — (String)

              The release of the software package.

            • Architecture — (String)

              The architecture used for the software package.

          • Cvss — (Array<map>)

            CVSS scores from the advisory related to the vulnerability.

            • Version — (String)

              The version of CVSS for the CVSS score.

            • BaseScore — (Float)

              The base CVSS score.

            • BaseVector — (String)

              The base scoring vector for the CVSS score.

          • RelatedVulnerabilities — (Array<String>)

            List of vulnerabilities that are related to this vulnerability.

          • Vendor — (map)

            Information about the vendor that generates the vulnerability report.

            • Namerequired — (String)

              The name of the vendor.

            • Url — (String)

              The URL of the vulnerability advisory.

            • VendorSeverity — (String)

              The severity that the vendor assigned to the vulnerability.

            • VendorCreatedAt — (String)

              Indicates when the vulnerability advisory was created.

              Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

            • VendorUpdatedAt — (String)

              Indicates when the vulnerability advisory was last updated.

              Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

          • ReferenceUrls — (Array<String>)

            A list of URLs that provide additional information about the vulnerability.

        • PatchSummary — (map)

          Provides an overview of the patch compliance status for an instance against a selected compliance standard.

          • Idrequired — (String)

            The identifier of the compliance standard that was used to determine the patch compliance status.

          • InstalledCount — (Integer)

            The number of patches from the compliance standard that were installed successfully.

          • MissingCount — (Integer)

            The number of patches that are part of the compliance standard but are not installed. The count includes patches that failed to install.

          • FailedCount — (Integer)

            The number of patches from the compliance standard that failed to install.

          • InstalledOtherCount — (Integer)

            The number of installed patches that are not part of the compliance standard.

          • InstalledRejectedCount — (Integer)

            The number of patches that are installed but are also on a list of patches that the customer rejected.

          • InstalledPendingReboot — (Integer)

            The number of patches that were installed since the last time the instance was rebooted.

          • OperationStartTime — (String)

            Indicates when the operation started.

            Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

          • OperationEndTime — (String)

            Indicates when the operation completed.

            Uses the date-time format specified in RFC 3339 section 5.6, Internet Date/Time Format. The value cannot contain spaces. For example, 2020-03-22T13:22:13.933Z.

          • RebootOption — (String)

            The reboot option specified for the instance.

          • Operation — (String)

            The type of patch operation performed. For Patch Manager, the values are SCAN and INSTALL.

      • NextToken — (String)

        The pagination token to use to request the next page of results.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

getInsightResults(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Lists the results of the Security Hub insight specified by the insight ARN.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the getInsightResults operation

var params = {
  InsightArn: 'STRING_VALUE' /* required */
};
securityhub.getInsightResults(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • InsightArn — (String)

      The ARN of the insight for which to return results.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs. The data object has the following properties:

      • InsightResults — (map)

        The insight results returned by the operation.

        • InsightArnrequired — (String)

          The ARN of the insight whose results are returned by the GetInsightResults operation.

        • GroupByAttributerequired — (String)

          The attribute that the findings are grouped by for the insight whose results are returned by the GetInsightResults operation.

        • ResultValuesrequired — (Array<map>)

          The list of insight result values returned by the GetInsightResults operation.

          • GroupByAttributeValuerequired — (String)

            The value of the attribute that the findings are grouped by for the insight whose results are returned by the GetInsightResults operation.

          • Countrequired — (Integer)

            The number of findings returned for each GroupByAttributeValue.

Returns:

  • (AWS.Request)

    a handle to the operation request for subsequent event callback registration.

getInsights(params = {}, callback) ⇒ AWS.Request

Lists and describes insights for the specified insight ARNs.

Service Reference:

Examples:

Calling the getInsights operation

var params = {
  InsightArns: [
    'STRING_VALUE',
    /* more items */
  ],
  MaxResults: 'NUMBER_VALUE',
  NextToken: 'STRING_VALUE'
};
securityhub.getInsights(params, function(err, data) {
  if (err) console.log(err, err.stack); // an error occurred
  else     console.log(data);           // successful response
});

Parameters:

  • params (Object) (defaults to: {})
    • InsightArns — (Array<String>)

      The ARNs of the insights to describe. If you do not provide any insight ARNs, then GetInsights returns all of your custom insights. It does not return any managed insights.

    • NextToken — (String)

      The token that is required for pagination. On your first call to the GetInsights operation, set the value of this parameter to NULL.

      For subsequent calls to the operation, to continue listing data, set the value of this parameter to the value returned from the previous response.

    • MaxResults — (Integer)

      The maximum number of items to return in the response.

Callback (callback):

  • function(err, data) { ... }

    Called when a response from the service is returned. If a callback is not supplied, you must call AWS.Request.send() on the returned request object to initiate the request.

    Context (this):

    • (AWS.Response)

      the response object containing error, data properties, and the original request object.

    Parameters:

    • err (Error)

      the error object returned from the request. Set to null if the request is successful.

    • data (Object)

      the de-serialized data returned from the request. Set to null if a request error occurs. The data object has the following properties:

      • Insights — (Array<map>)

        The insights returned by the operation.

        • InsightArnrequired — (String)

          The ARN of a Security Hub insight.

        • Namerequired — (String)

          The name of a Security Hub insight.

        • Filtersrequired — (map)

          One or more attributes used to filter the findings included in the insight. The insight only includes findings that match the criteria defined in the filters.

          • ProductArn — (Array<map>)

            The ARN generated by Security Hub that uniquely identifies a third-party company (security findings provider) after this provider's product (solution that generates findings) is registered with Security Hub.

            • Value — (String)

              The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

            • Comparison — (String)

              The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

              • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

                For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

              • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

                For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

              EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

              To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

              • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

                For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

              • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

                For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

              NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

              For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

              You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

              For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

              • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

              • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

              • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

              • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

              Possible values include:
              • "EQUALS"
              • "PREFIX"
              • "NOT_EQUALS"
              • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
          • AwsAccountId — (Array<map>)

            The AWS account ID that a finding is generated in.

            • Value — (String)

              The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

            • Comparison — (String)

              The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

              • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

                For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

              • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

                For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

              EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

              To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

              • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

                For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

              • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

                For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

              NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

              For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

              You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

              For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

              • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

              • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

              • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

              • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

              Possible values include:
              • "EQUALS"
              • "PREFIX"
              • "NOT_EQUALS"
              • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
          • Id — (Array<map>)

            The security findings provider-specific identifier for a finding.

            • Value — (String)

              The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

            • Comparison — (String)

              The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

              • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

                For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

              • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

                For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

              EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

              To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

              • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

                For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

              • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

                For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

              NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

              For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

              You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

              For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

              • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

              • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

              • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

              • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

              Possible values include:
              • "EQUALS"
              • "PREFIX"
              • "NOT_EQUALS"
              • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
          • GeneratorId — (Array<map>)

            The identifier for the solution-specific component (a discrete unit of logic) that generated a finding. In various security-findings providers' solutions, this generator can be called a rule, a check, a detector, a plugin, etc.

            • Value — (String)

              The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

            • Comparison — (String)

              The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

              • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

                For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

              • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

                For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

              EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

              To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

              • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

                For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

              • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

                For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

              NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

              For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

              You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

              For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

              • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

              • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

              • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

              • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

              Possible values include:
              • "EQUALS"
              • "PREFIX"
              • "NOT_EQUALS"
              • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
          • Type — (Array<map>)

            A finding type in the format of namespace/category/classifier that classifies a finding.

            • Value — (String)

              The string filter value. Filter values are case sensitive. For example, the product name for control-based findings is Security Hub. If you provide security hub as the filter text, then there is no match.

            • Comparison — (String)

              The condition to apply to a string value when querying for findings. To search for values that contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

              • To search for values that exactly match the filter value, use EQUALS.

                For example, the filter ResourceType EQUALS AwsEc2SecurityGroup only matches findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2SecurityGroup.

              • To search for values that start with the filter value, use PREFIX.

                For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that starts with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all match.

              EQUALS and PREFIX filters on the same field are joined by OR. A finding matches if it matches any one of those filters.

              To search for values that do not contain the filter criteria value, use one of the following comparison operators:

              • To search for values that do not exactly match the filter value, use NOT_EQUALS.

                For example, the filter ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy matches findings that have a resource type other than AwsIamPolicy.

              • To search for values that do not start with the filter value, use PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS.

                For example, the filter ResourceType PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS AwsIam matches findings that have a resource type that does not start with AwsIam. Findings with a resource type of AwsIamPolicy, AwsIamRole, or AwsIamUser would all be excluded from the results.

              NOT_EQUALS and PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters on the same field are joined by AND. A finding matches only if it matches all of those filters.

              For filters on the same field, you cannot provide both an EQUALS filter and a NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filter. Combining filters in this way always returns an error, even if the provided filter values would return valid results.

              You can combine PREFIX filters with NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters for the same field. Security Hub first processes the PREFIX filters, then the NOT_EQUALS or PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS filters.

              For example, for the following filter, Security Hub first identifies findings that have resource types that start with either AwsIAM or AwsEc2. It then excludes findings that have a resource type of AwsIamPolicy and findings that have a resource type of AwsEc2NetworkInterface.

              • ResourceType PREFIX AwsIam

              • ResourceType PREFIX AwsEc2

              • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsIamPolicy

              • ResourceType NOT_EQUALS AwsEc2NetworkInterface

              Possible values include:
              • "EQUALS"
              • "PREFIX"
              • "NOT_EQUALS"
              • "PREFIX_NOT_EQUALS"
          • FirstObservedAt — (Array<map>)

            An ISO8601-formatted timestamp that indicates when the security-findings provider first observed the potential security issue that a finding captured.

            • Start — (String)

              A start date for the date filter.

            • End — (String)

              An end date for the date filter.

            • DateRange — (map)

              A date range for the date filter.

              • Value — (Integer)

                A date range value for the date filter.

              • Unit — (String)

                A date range unit for the date filter.

                Possible values include:
                • "DAYS"
          • LastObservedAt — (Array<map>)

            An ISO8601-formatted timestamp that indicates when the security-findings provider most recently observed the potential security issue that a finding captured.

            • Start — (String)

              A start date for the date filter.

            • End — (String)

              An end date for the date filter.

            • DateRange — (map)

              A date range for the date filter.

              • Value — (Integer)

                A date range value for the date filter.

              • Unit — (String)

                A date range unit for the date filter.

                Possible values include:
                • "DAYS"
          • CreatedAt — (Array<map>)

            An ISO8601-formatted timestamp that indicates w