This page will walk you through the most common attributes that can be referenced in any policy.
A Resource is an entity within your AWS account, such as an EC2 Instance, S3 Bucket, IAM User, and more.
A Meta Resource provides context on a given service for an entire account, which is useful in understanding whether or not it is configured. For example, the CloudTrail Meta resource allows you to ensure at least one CloudTrail is setup in an account.
When you first connect your account to Panther, all resources are scanned and evaluated against the defined policies. The schema for each resource is defined in the nested sections which include all attributes with their descriptions.
The following Attributes are common across all resources and can be referenced in any Policy:
The ID of the AWS Account the resource resides in
The fully qualified Amazon Resource Name, if one exists
The AWS unique identifier, if one exists
The AWS name, if one exists
The region the resource exists in, with a value of GLOBAL_REGION if the resource is not regional
The Panther unique identifier
The categorization of the resource, such as AWS.EC2.Instance
A map of key/value pair labels that may be assigned to an AWS resource, when any exist
An RFC3339 timestamp of when the resource was created. This is not set if the information is not provided by the AWS API or if not applicable, such as in Meta resources
Adding New Resources
Panther supports scanning many AWS resource types. To request support for a new resource, please contact Support.