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Data Protection and Privacy Compliance in the Cloud: Privacy Concerns Are Not Slowing the Adoption of Cloud Services, but Challenges Remain
The survey of over 1,000 IT professionals in the US and EU found that privacy concerns are not slowing cloud adoption and that most privacy-related activities are easier in the cloud, while at the same time, most organizations don’t feel they have control and visibility they need to manage online privacy. The report lists ten steps organizations can take to improve security and privacy.
Common attacks against cloud resources include accessing service endpoints exposed to the Internet, brute forcing weak passwords, re-using stolen credentials, and access to exposed data storage containers. The root cause leading to the success of these attacks is typically misconfigurations in the deployment and operation of cloud workloads. Although public clouds present unique challenges to security teams, Azure comes with several tools that can help prevent such attacks from occurring.
Learn how hundreds of companies have achieved high ROI by transitioning their on-premises workloads to SAP HANA or S/4HANA in the cloud. Read this IDC white paper commissioned by Microsoft to see how companies running SAP as infrastructure as a service (IaaS) solutions like Azure have improved security, cost savings, and business continuity. Download the white paper to learn how running SAP HANA or S/4HANA in the cloud helps to: Protect your digital assets from security breaches and datacenter failures. Intelligently monitor your database operations. Cut costs by streamlining IT operations and optimizing cloud spend.
To deliver lasting value from IoT, organizations must prioritize security. The current security talent shortage can be an obstacle for companies working to deploy a comprehensive IoT security strategy. But there is a way to augment existing teams and resources, even amidst the talent shortage, with trustworthy solutions that help meet the ongoing security needs of IoT—without diminishing opportunity for innovation.
This highly practical guide is like a checklist of best practices for deploying Azure Stack and running applications in a hybrid environment. Written by AzureCAT Mahesh Kshirsagar of the Azure Global Customer Engineering (AGCE) team, the guide lists hundreds of considerations to make your Azure Stack deployment successful. The journey starts even before the Azure Stack integrated system is delivered to your datacenter and continues after deployment with practices for maximizing the availability, resiliency, scalability, and security of the workloads you run.
Secure your ADF using Service Principal or Managed Identity.
Azure is a rapidly growing cloud computing platform that provides an ever-expanding suite of cloud services. These include analytics, computing, database, mobile, networking, storage, and web services. Azure integrates tools, templates, and managed services that work together to help make it easier to build and manage enterprise, mobile, web, and Internet of Things (IoT) apps faster, using the tools, applications, and frameworks that customers choose. Azure is built on trust. The Azure approach to trust is based on the five foundational principles - Security, Compliance, Privacy, Resilience and Intellectual Property (IP) protection. A well-designed Azure application should focus on the five pillars of software quality.
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is designed to prevent fraud using credit card information through increased controls around credit card data. Obtaining PCI DSS compliance is a requirement for all organizations that accept credit card payments, process credit card transactions or transmit or store credit card data. For organizations that have their own data centers, it can be a time consuming and costly process to become PCI compliant. Many organizations are not able to take on the responsibility of building a PCI-compliant environment and handle the daily responsibilities that come with being PCI compliant. Migrating to or building those environments in Microsoft Azure can drastically reduce the PCI-compliance responsibility that an organization must bear. The intent of this paper is to showcase how much easier PCI DSS compliance is to achieve when customers take advantage of Azure SQL Database.
Navigating the dimensions of cloud security and following best practices in an ever-changing regulatory landscape is a tough job—and the stakes are high. Plus, the more complex your infrastructure is, the harder it is to stay compliant as regulations evolve. How do you balance the flexibility of a cloud data warehouse with the need to protect sensitive information? Help is here. In this white paper, Seven Key Principles of Cloud Security and Privacy, you’ll learn best practices for developing and implementing a comprehensive and sustainable security and privacy strategy. Topics include:The differences and similarities between security and privacy.Why security and privacy start at the platform level. Applying your security program evenly across your portfolio. Implementing security and privacy controls close to your data storage.Data resiliency and availability in the event of an adverse incident. Learn the fundamentals that will help you refine your policies and processes to better prepare for the most demanding privacy and security initiatives today, tomorrow, and beyond.