Identifies when a service account is disabled in Google Cloud Platform (GCP). A service account is a special type of account used by an application or a virtual machine (VM) instance, not a person. Applications use service accounts to make authorized API calls, authorized as either the service account itself, or as G Suite or Cloud Identity users through domain-wide delegation. An adversary may disable a service account in order to disrupt to disrupt their target’s business operations.
Rule type: query
Risk score: 47
Runs every: 5 minutes
Maximum alerts per execution: 100
- Continuous Monitoring
- Identity and Access
Version: 3 (version history)
Added (Elastic Stack release): 7.10.0
Last modified (Elastic Stack release): 7.11.2
Rule authors: Elastic
Rule license: Elastic License
Service accounts may be disabled by system administrators. Verify that the behavior was expected. Exceptions can be added to this rule to filter expected behavior.
The GCP Filebeat module must be enabled to use this rule.
event.dataset:(googlecloud.audit or gcp.audit) and event.action:google.iam.admin.v*.DisableServiceAccount and event.outcome:success
Framework: MITRE ATT&CKTM
- Version 3 (7.11.2 release)
- Formatting only
- Version 2 (7.11.0 release)
Updated query, changed from:
event.dataset:googlecloud.audit and event.action:google.iam.admin.v*.DisableServiceAccount and event.outcome:success