Ensure AWS Keyspace Table uses Customer Managed Keys (CMKs)

Error: AWS Keyspace Table does not use Customer Managed Keys (CMKs)

Bridgecrew Policy ID: BC_AWS_GENERAL_181
Checkov Check ID: CKV_AWS_265
Severity: LOW

AWS Keyspace Table does not use Customer Managed Keys (CMKs)

Description

This policy identifies Keyspace Tables which are encrypted with default KMS keys and not with Keys managed by Customer. It is a best practice to use customer managed KMS Keys to encrypt your Keyspace Table data. It gives you full control over the encrypted data.

Fix - Runtime

TBD

Fix - Buildtime

Resource: aws_keyspaces_table

Arguments: encryption_specification.kms_key_identifier

resource "aws_keyspaces_table" "pass" {
  keyspace_name = aws_keyspaces_keyspace.example.name
  table_name    = "my_table"

  schema_definition {
    column {
      name = "Message"
      type = "ASCII"
    }

    partition_key {
      name = "Message"
    }
  }
  encryption_specification {
    kms_key_identifier=aws_kms_key.example.arn
    type="CUSTOMER_MANAGED_KEY"
  }

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