Amazon Web Services Account Takeover Protection

Analyze human behavior across the AWS environment to detect risks to your critical infrastructure.
Amazon Web Services Account Takeover Protection

Extend Abnormal Protection Across All Platforms

Cloud phishing breaches—breaches affecting your cloud apps and services that result from the exploitation of human vulnerability through advanced phishing and social engineering tactics—are on the rise. And since AWS is “the cloud” in most organizations, keeping attackers out of AWS is a top concern.

The key to stopping these breaches is consistent visibility and security automation across the AWS environment through an extensible AI platform. Abnormal protects not only AWS, but all of your most important cloud services.

How Abnormal Secures Amazon Web Services

Simple API Integration

Connects to AWS Cloudtrail through cloud-native API architecture to automatically ingest and normalize sign-in signals from across your AWS environment—analyzing humans accessing everything from Lambda to S3 and beyond.

Continuous Monitoring of Human Behavior in AWS

Learns what normal behavior looks like for every human with access to AWS, develops a dynamic behavioral baseline, then automatically detects and analyzes deviations from the norm.

AI Account Takeover and Response

When a deviation appears suspicious, Abnormal Human Behavior AI automatically creates a contextual Case for that suspicious human
populated with their cross-AWS activity. Each Case is scored based on detection confidence and continually enriched with activity from all platforms integrated into your Abnormal Portal.


of companies are targeted by account takeover attempts each week.


chance of a successful account takeover each week for organizations with 50,000+ employees.


total amount saved by customers due to account takeovers stopped by Abnormal in 2023.

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