The IAM Summary Report will show the users, groups, and access policies created within IAM.
Totals for the Account:
- MFA Enabled on Root Account – whether Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is enabled for the main login of the AWS account.
- Users with MFA – how many IAM users are using Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) to access the AWS console.
- Active Access Keys – the total number of access keys, which allow users to make API calls or to work with the command line interface.
- Users – total number of users with access to the AWS account.
- Groups – total number of groups within IAM.
Password Policy: The rules that the passwords for all IAM users must adhere to.
- Allow Users to Change Password – if disabled, only IAM administrators can change user’s passwords. If enabled, all users can manage their own passwords individually.
- Minimum Password Length – sets the minimum number of characters the password must contain.
- Require Lowercase Characters – whether the password must contain lowercase letters.
- Require Uppercase Characters – whether the password must contain uppercase letters.
- Require Numbers – whether the password must contain at least one number.
- Require Symbols – whether the password must contain at least one non-alphanumeric character.
Account Alias: The URL for the AWS sign-in can be configured to contain your company name (or other friendly identifier) by creating an alias. NOTE: All AWS account have an alias created by default using their AWS Account ID.
- Alias Name – the custom alias created
- Sign In URL – the URL of the AWS console login page