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Increase AWS Single Sign-On security with multi-factor authentication using authenticator apps

Source: AWS AWS Single Sign-on (AWS SSO) now enables you to increase security by enabling multi-factor authentication (MFA) with authenticator applications, such as Authy and Google Authenticator that generate time-based one-time passcodes (TOTP). You can now configure AWS SSO to require users to enter an authenticator-generated TOTP code in addition to their password. MFA improves security by requiring people to know something (their password) and have something (their authenticator) before they can sign in.

Now Add Endpoint Policies to Interface Endpoints for AWS Services

Source: AWS You can now set endpoint policies on AWS interface endpoints. Amazon VPC endpoint policy is an AWS Identity and Access Management (AWS IAM) resource policy that you can attach to an endpoint when you create or modify the endpoint. If you do not attach a policy when you create an endpoint, a default policy gets attached for you to allow full access to the service. The Amazon VPC endpoint policy defines which principal can perform which actions on which resources. An endpoint policy does not override or replace IAM user policies or service-specific policies. It is a separate policy for controlling access from the endpoint to the specified service.