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Compliance checks for Amazon Web Services

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Ensure IAM password policy requires minimum length of 14 or greater
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Ensure IAM password policy prevents password reuse
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Ensure that S3 Buckets are configured with "Block public access"
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Ensure VPC flow logging is enabled in all VPCs
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Ensure IAM User has no inline policy
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Ensure all IAM users with console access have MFA enabled
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Ensure S3 buckets have server access logging enabled to track access requests