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Azure Security Best practices powered by Defender for Cloud Secure Score

24 April, 2024 | 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

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Topic: Security

Language: English

As companies go through cloud adoption, the right level of visibility and control over cloud workloads is an important governance aspect to keep the commitment of a strong security posture. Today’s organizations are faced with protecting their expanded digital estate with increased cyber threat presence.
Common challenges to this commitment are:
• Visibility into the use of cloud computing applications, platform, or infrastructure services
• Misconfiguration of cloud platforms – this is the biggest threat to cloud security.
• Adherence to compliance standards - it is essential to understand security controls required from those workloads and how they map to compliance standards.

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