Microsoft Azure Cloud Security Center Services
Managed Services — Microsoft Azure Cloud Security Center Services

Monitor and respond to threats with Microsoft Azure Cloud Security Center Services. Staying ahead of current and emerging cloud threats requires an integrated, analytics driven approach. By combining Microsoft global threat intelligence and expertise with insights into cloud security—related events across your Microsoft Azure deployments, Microsoft Azure Cloud Security Center Services helps you detect actual threats early, and it reduces false positives. Microsoft Azure Cloud Security Center Services cloud security alerts offer insights into the attack campaign, including related events and impacted resources, and suggest ways to remediate issues and recover quickly. Prevent, detect, and respond to threats with increased visibility into and control over the security of your Azure resources. Take action against threats with Azure security. With Microsoft Azure Cloud Security Center Services, you get a central view of the security state of all of your Azure resources.

Use policy—driven recommendations to guide resource owners through the process of implementing required controls — take the guesswork out of cloud security. Find threats with behavioral analysis based on our vast global intelligence and expertise. Make it easy for DevOps to deploy integrated Microsoft and partner security solutions. Respond to incidents rapidly with insights into attacks and suggestions for remediation. Take control of cloud security with policy—driven monitoring of security configurations. Understand the security state of all of your Azure resources. Define policies for your Azure subscriptions according to your company’s cloud security needs, tailored to the type of applications or sensitivity of the data in each subscription. Use policy—driven recommendations to guide resource owners through the process of implementing required controls — taking the guesswork out of cloud security. Use Microsoft Azure Cloud Security Center Services to get a central view of the security state of all of your Azure resources.

Check Point vSEC For Microsoft Azure Cloud Security Center Services

Check Point vSEC for Azure provides you with the full range of security protections through the Check Point Advanced Threat Prevention architecture. The firewall, IPS, antivirus, application control and anti—bot software protects services in the public cloud from unauthorized access and attacks. The Application Control software helps prevent application layer denial of service attacks and protects your cloud services. Manage Check Point vSEC for Azure from within Microsoft Azure Cloud Security Center Services or using your existing on—premise Check Point Unified Security Management solution. Get visibility and enforcement across your cloud and on—premise infrastructure using Check Point Smart Event software. Simplify compliance and audits with unified logs and reporting. Check Point vSEC for Azure extends advanced threat prevention security to protect customer Azure cloud environments from malware and other sophisticated threats.

Fortinet FortiWeb Web Application Firewall

Single VM Azure resource manager template for FortiGate Next—Gen firewall. FortiGate VM firewall technology delivers complete content and network protection by combining stateful inspection with a comprehensive suite of powerful security features. Application control, antivirus, IPS, Web filtering and VPN along with advanced features such as an extreme threat database, vulnerability management and flow—based inspection work in concert to identify and mitigate the latest complex security threats. The security—hardened FortiOS operating system is purpose—built for inspection and identification of malware. This ARM solution template will provision and configure an individual FortiGate VM for Azure. FortiGate virtual appliances offer protection from a broad array of threats, with support for all of the security and networking services offered by the FortiOS operating system. IPS technology protects against current and emerging network—level threats.

GreatHorn Security Platform

GreatHorn is a cybersecurity platform that detects and prevents spear phishing for Office365. Over 90% of all cyber attacks begin in the same way, via carefully crafted emails that are designed to trick one or more of your users into providing access to their accounts. These emails often look exactly like valid communications from a company or individual your employees know, and it only takes one successful deception to unravel your cybersecurity framework. Once they’re in, attackers use the credentials from a single user to move inside your network, escalating their privileges and stealing sensitive and regulated data. GreatHorn is a cyber security platform that is natively integrated into Microsoft Office365, GreatHorn identifies spear phishing attempts in real—time, without requiring any change to your mail systems, and can correlate suspicious activity with both unusual authentication events as well as complete content analysis, making it possible to detect and prevent breaches before they take hold.

Microsoft Azure Cloud Security Center Services

Microsoft Azure is an open and flexible cloud platform with integrated tools, templates, and managed services. With Azure’s integrated compute, database, storage, web, networking, and analytics services, you can use your existing skills and familiar technologies to build and manage apps and extend your IT functions into the cloud. Azure provides businesses with the data security and privacy, control, and transparency they require. Confidential data is the lifeblood of any company, and protecting it from compromise is mission—critical. Companies in many industries are bound by extensive regulations regarding the use, transmission, and storage of customer data.

Security and privacy are built right into the Azure platform, beginning with the Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) that addresses security at every development phase from initial planning to launch, and Azure is continually updated to make it even more secure. Operational Security Assurance (OSA) builds on SDL knowledge and processes to provide a framework that helps ensure secure operations throughout the lifecycle of cloud—based services. Azure Security Center makes Azure the only public cloud platform to offer continuous security-health monitoring.

Microsoft Azure is built on the premise that for you to control your own customer data in the cloud, you require visibility into that data. You must know where it is stored. You must also know, through clearly stated and readily available policies and procedures, how we help secure Microsoft customer data, who can access it, and under what circumstances. And don’t take Microsoft word for it, you can review the third—party audits and certifications that confirm that Microsoft meets the standards Microsoft sets. You can access Microsoft customer data at any time and for any reason without assistance from Microsoft.

How Microsoft responds to government and law enforcement requests to access data. When a government wants customer data — including for national security purposes — it must follow the applicable legal process, serving us with a Microsoft to order for content or a subpoena for account information. If compelled to disclose customer data, Microsoft will notify you and provide a copy of the demand, unless legally prohibited. Microsoft does not provide any government with direct access to customer data except as you direct or where required by law.

Azure enables you to manage user identities and credentials, and control access to protect business and personal information. Azure Active Directory (AAD) helps ensure that only authorized users can access your environments, data, and applications, and can provide multi—factor authentication for highly secure sign—in. AAD Privileged Identity Management helps to reduce the risk associated with administrative access. AAD performs authentication, authorization, and access control, and supports industry—standard protocols such as SAML 2.0, WS—Federation, and OpenID Connect, so developers can integrate identity management into their apps across different platforms.

Developers can build mobile and web apps that integrate with Microsoft and third party APIs with OAuth 2.0. AAD works as a standalone cloud directory for your organization or can be integrated with your on—premises Active Directory with directory sync and Single Sign—On (SSO). Federated applications can support user provisioning and password vaulting.

Azure infrastructure security relies on secure practices and technologies to connect virtual machines to each other and to on—premises datacenters, while blocking unauthorized traffic. Azure Virtual Networks extend your on—premises network to the cloud, via a site—to—site virtual private network (VPN) or dedicated wide area network (WAN) link via Azure ExpressRoute, to create a cross—premises connection. Microsoft continuously monitors servers, networks, and applications to detect threats.

Azure’s multipronged threat—management approach uses intrusion detection, Distributed Denial—of—Service (DDoS) attack prevention, penetration testing, behavioral analytics, anomaly detection, and machine learning to constantly strengthen its defense and reduce risks. Microsoft Antimalware for Azure protects Azure cloud services and virtual machines. You have the option to deploy third-party security solutions within your subscriptions, such as web application firewalls, network firewalls, antimalware, intrusion detection and prevention systems (IDS/IPS), and more.

Stay ahead of current and emerging cloud threats with an integrated, analytics—driven approach. By combining Microsoft global threat intelligence and expertise, with insights into cloud security—related events across your Microsoft Azure deployments, Security Center helps you detect actual threats early and reduce false positives. Cloud security alerts give you insights into the attack campaign, including related events and impacted resources, and suggest ways to remediate issues and recover quickly.

Define policies for your Microsoft Azure subscriptions according to your company’s cloud security needs, tailored to the type of applications or sensitivity of the data in each subscription. Use policy—driven recommendations to guide resource owners through the process of implementing required controls — take the guesswork out of cloud security. Use Azure Security Center to get a central view of the security state of all of your Azure resources. At a glance, verify that the appropriate security controls are in place and configured correctly, and quickly identify any resources that require attention.