It is recommended to use uniform bucket-level access to unify and simplify how you grant access to your Cloud Storage resources. Cloud Storage offers two systems for granting users permission to access your buckets and objects: Cloud Identity and Access Management (Cloud IAM) and Access Control Lists (ACLs). These systems act in parallel - in order for a user to access a Cloud Storage resource, only one of the systems needs to grant the user permission. Cloud IAM is used throughout Google Cloud and allows you to grant a variety of permissions at the bucket and project levels. ACLs are used only by Cloud Storage and have limited permission options, but they allow you to grant permissions on a per-object basis.
In order to support a uniform permissioning system, Cloud Storage has uniform bucket-level access. Using this feature disables ACLs for all Cloud Storage resources: access to Cloud Storage resources then is granted exclusively through Cloud IAM. Enabling uniform bucket-level access guarantees that if a Storage bucket is not publicly accessible, no object in the bucket is publicly accessible either.
Steps to enable uniform Bucket-level Access for Bucket using CLI
To list the buckets run the below command
gcloud storage ls
onoption in a
gsutil uniformbucketlevelaccess set on gs://<bucket_name>/
Specify the name of the bucket on which this misconfiguration is applicable
To check if uniformbucketlevelaccess is enabled or not run the below command
gsutil uniformbucketlevelaccess get gs://<bucket_name>