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Amazon GuardDuty adds three new threat detections to help you better protect your data stored in Amazon S3


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Amazon GuardDuty introduces three new threat detections that inform you when data residing in your Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) buckets is accessed from an IP address associated with known malicious actors on the internet. These threat detections are available to customers that have enabled S3 protection in GuardDuty, and represent the latest in a continuously growing library of managed threat detections available for customers who enable Amazon GuardDuty in their AWS accounts.

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