Sarah Young joins Scott Hanselman to discuss Azure Sentinel, which is a scalable, cloud-native, security information event management (SIEM) and security orchestration automated response (SOAR) solution. Azure Sentinel delivers intelligent security analytics and threat intelligence across the enterprise, providing a single solution for alert detection, threat visibility, proactive hunting, and threat response.Azure Sentinel overviewQuickstart: Onboard Azure SentinelQuickstart: Create your first automated workflow with Azure Logic AppsAzure/Azure-Sentinel on GitHubCreate a free account (Azure)
Did you know that by default, all pods in a Kubernetes cluster will accept traffic from any source? Now, with network policies available out-of-the-box in Azure Kubernetes Service you can isolate pods, control egress & ingress traffic, and secure your workloads. Saurya Das is here to show us how it works.Secure traffic between pods using network policies in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) docsAzure Kubernetes Service (AKS) docsAzure Kubernetes Service (AKS) overviewLearn about KubernetesCreate a free account (Azure)
Regardless of deployment location, applications are often dependent on advanced services to boost performance and safeguard against threats. This can make the task of transitioning them to the cloud without impacting business operations a complex and daunting process. F5 has helped many of its customers successfully migrate their apps and app services to Azure. Please tune into this 30-minute webinar to learn about how to make that transition securely and with confidence, and engage with F5 in a live Q&A.
As the adoption of Kubernetes grows, secret management tools must integrate well with Kubernetes so that the sensitive data can be protected in the containerized world. On this episode, Yoko Hakuna demonstrates the HashiCorp Vault's Kubernetes auth method for identifying the validity of containers requesting access to the secrets.HashiCorp Vault project websiteGet started with VaultKubernetes Auth Method docVault Agent with Kubernetes guideVault Agent docHow does Vault encrypt data?Open Source Security Best Practices for Developers, Contributors, and Maintainers (The Open Source Show)Create a free account (Azure)
Working with Microsoft, HashiCorp launched Vault with a number of features to make secret management easier to automate in Azure cloud. Yoko Hyakuna from HashiCorp joins Donovan Brown to show how Azure Key Vault can auto-unseal the HashiCorp Vault server, and then how HashiCorp Vault can dynamically generate Azure credentials for apps using its Azure secrets engine feature.HashiCorp Vault project websiteGet started with VaultAuto-unsealing Vault using Azure Key Vault guideVault server configuration with Azure Key VaultAzure Secrets Engine docHow does Vault encrypt data?Create a free account (Azure)
Learn about practical ways to ensure your Azure environment has been appropriately secured and you mitigate common threats. These actions will assist you in providing the necessary control around your Azure environment that limits the opportunity for security intrusions. These are critical actions due to the change in operational character of a cloud environment.
Learn about the broadband projects Microsoft is sponsoring in an effort to bring high-speed internet to rural communities in Southern Virginia.
Mark Jacobs joins Scott Hanselman to discuss how Microsoft's internal enterprise increases compliance and creates a more trusted cloud environment using the Secure DevOps Kit for Azure (AzSK). Learn how Microsoft's DevOps teams leverage this tool to continuously keep their cloud applications secure and how you can use the same tool to reduce risk in your environment.For more information:Secure DevOps Kit for AzureSecure DevOps Kit for Azure documentationGetting started with the Secure DevOps Kit for AzureCreate a free account (Azure)
Arturo Lucatero joins Donovan Brown to discuss Azure AD Managed Service Identity, which can be used to authenticate to any service that supports Azure AD authentication.For more information, see:What is Managed Service Identity (MSI) for Azure resources? (docs)Create a free account (Azure)
As organizations deploy additional security controls to combat today’s evolving threats, integration challenges often limit the return of investment. The new security API in the Microsoft Graph makes it easier for enterprise developers and ISVs to unlock insights from these solutions by unifying and standardizing alerts for easier integration and correlation, bringing together contextual data to inform investigations, and enabling automation for greater SecOps efficiency. We will walk through real world examples of applications that leverage the security API to help customers realize the full value of their security investments.
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