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Ensure compliance of existing and new applications

AWS Firewall Manager can ensure existing and newly created resources comply with a mandatory set of security policies automatically. The service can discover new Application Load Balancer or Amazon CloudFront resources as they are created across accounts. For example, if you are required to meet US Department of Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) regulations, you can use Firewall Manager to deploy a rule to block traffic from embargoed countries across your Application Load Balancer and Amazon CloudFront accounts.

Simplify management of rules across your organization

AWS Firewall Manager is integrated with AWS Organizations so you can enable AWS WAF across multiple AWS accounts and resources from a single place. You can group rules, build policies, and consistently apply those policies across your entire Application Load Balancing and Amazon CloudFront infrastructure. For example, you can delegate the creation of application-specific rules within an account while retaining the ability to enforce global security policies across accounts.

Easily deploy Managed Rules for AWS WAF

AWS Firewall Manager also integrates with Managed Rules for AWS WAF, which gives you an easy way to deploy pre-configured WAF rules in front of your applications. This means you can choose a Managed Rule provided and updated by an AWS Marketplace Seller and deploy it consistently across your Application Load Balancer and Amazon CloudFront infrastructure with just a few clicks in the console. For example, you can easily protect your entire organization from zero-day vulnerabilities by subscribing to a Managed Rule for WAF from the AWS Marketplace that provides CVE patch updates.