How to find Accounts not monitored

L2 Linker

How to find Accounts not monitored

Hi everyone.


I want to be able to list any AWS account that is not monitored by Prisma


We have AWS Organizations configured.  However I don't see any RQL to interrogate that to show the accounts in Organizations and compare to _AWSCloudAccount.isRedLockMonitored


We have a central CLOUDTRAIL which is writing to a central S3 bucket.  The directory/file structure under the S3 also has the account number.  Again I wondered if a way to compare to _AWSCloudAccount.isRedLockMonitored but don't see any RQL that would help.


Any ideas anyone please??

L1 Bithead

Re: How to find Accounts not monitored

Interesting question, We have something over 70' accounts in the ORG tree but we only want RL to monitor under 30 belongs to our side of the org. I had to manually add all those 30 accounts on-boarded to Prisma to be monitored, I didn't think there is a way to pull all accounts through an RQL verify at the same time if monitored or not.  

L3 Networker

Re: How to find Accounts not monitored

Yes, that's right.. PrismaCloud can only monitor accounts that are added to it. So, RQL can only be run on accounts that are added to PrismaCloud.

L0 Member

Re: How to find Accounts not monitored

Hi Everyone,


The data does exist.  Step one enumerate the accounts in the AWS organization.  Step two enumerate the accounts registered un Prisma Cloud.  Diff the two list.  Accounts that are in the Org but not registered with Prisma Cloud.


This would give a user the list of accounts that are missing from monitoring, ie a coverage report. 


Im looking for the RQL that would produce the list of accounts in an AWS organization and the RQL to list the account registered with Prisma Cloud.

L2 Linker

Re: How to find Accounts not monitored

Hey Jason, thank you for the reply.  It would be so useful if you knew the RQL for Organisations please.

L3 Networker

Re: How to find Accounts not monitored

We don't support AWS Organizations via RQL as of yet - this support is coming in first quarter of next year.




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