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One of the areas of increased concern with the adoption of EIPs and privileged identity access to AWS has been the ability of external, malicious actors to create fraudulent AWS accounts to gain access to enterprise resources through the application of IAM policies. Although the intent is not to compromise the identity of legitimate AWS users, the intent is to provide unauthorized access to sensitive enterprise resources through malicious AWS accounts that would not otherwise have had access to those resources.
For example, intrusion detection systems used to protect IAM SAML-based identity providers can also detect privileged activities by privileged users, such as the creation of AWS security credentials. Likewise, IAM SAML identity providers are used to control access to AWS resources; an IAM policy is the mechanism that authorizes access to AWS resources based on the privileges of the identified user. A common use for IAM is to provide access to AWS resources for a user based on the user's privilege level within a corporate organization. 827ec27edc