First announced back in late February, Azure Sentinel is the first cloud native SIEM service from a major provider. SIEM (security information and event management) is a primary component in any security service. Sentinel aims to leverage cloud specific benefits like elastic scale and AI to allow customers detect and respond to security incidents as … Continue reading Azure Sentinel – Where to start?
The latest Azure exam is now out of beta, AZ-500 Microsoft Azure Security Technologies. Passing this single exam will allow you to earn a Microsoft Certified: Azure Security Engineer Associate certification. I recently got the results for my exam which I sat in beta back in April and thankful to say I passed! So, if … Continue reading AZ-500 Microsoft Azure Security Technologies – Study Guide
If you've taken a path to adopt public cloud and part of that adoption is a public facing application, you need to review how you are protecting it within Azure. When your application was on-premises, there was most likely only a single well managed solution to granting external access. In Azure, there are several various … Continue reading Azure – Protect My App
Recently Microsoft announced that a new Azure Firewall service was entering a managed public preview. Azure Firewall is a managed, network security service that protects your Azure Virtual Network resources. It is a fully stateful firewall as a service with built-in high availability and scalability. The services uses a static public IP meaning that your outbound … Continue reading First Impressions – Azure Firewall Preview
When considering Azure as a platform, part of the conversation should revolve around transformation. That is, how do we transform our approach from what is viewed as traditional to something more modern. Often this could lead to redesigning how your application/service is deployed, but with some workflows, a simple change from IaaS to PaaS is … Continue reading Securing Azure PaaS