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Azure is now the first major public cloud with end-to-end security for IoT for your devices, hubs and cloud resources. We are adding advanced threat protection for IoT to three key services: Azure Security Center, Azure Sentinel and Azure IoT Hub.
The dashboard helps you streamline your compliance process by providing insight into your compliance posture for a set of supported standards and regulations.
Security Center can now protect your VM scale sets. Easily monitor the security posture of your VM scale sets with security recommendations to increase their overall security, reduce vulnerabilities, and detect threats.
Advanced Threat Protection for Azure Storage provides an additional layer of security intelligence that detects unusual and potentially harmful attempts to access or exploit storage accounts.
On May 1, 2019, the unit of measure for Azure Security Center Standard Node will change.
Adaptive network hardening in Azure Security Center is in public preview and can help you secure connections to and from the public internet.
The network map in Azure Security Center now supports virtual network peering.
In Azure Security Center, adaptive application control in audit mode is now available for Azure Linux VMs, as well as non-Azure Windows and Linux VMs and servers that are connected to Azure Security Center.
The new Azure Security Center regulatory compliance dashboard is in public preview. It helps streamline the process for meeting regulatory compliance requirements by providing insights into your compliance posture.
In Azure Security Center, the secure score impact has changed for several recommendations. The change might affect your overall secure score.
Azure Security Center policy updates are now performed from Azure Policy.
Use secure score to evaluate your security posture in Azure Security Center.
Azure App Service security recommendations have been improved to provide greater accuracy and environment compatibility.
Learn about updates made available to the Azure portal for December 2018.
These updates and enhancements were made to Azure Security Center in November.
Effective January 1, 2019, names for Security Center Workload Protection for App Service will change.
Target availability: Q3 2018
New features are in preview for Azure Security Center.
Target availability: Q3 2018
This update contains new features announced as generally available at Ignite 2018.
Azure Security Center Secure Score, which provides visibility and recommendations to improve your security posture for Azure resources, is now available in preview.
Just-in-time virtual machine access can now be configured from the virtual machine blade (in preview) to make it even easier for you to reduce your exposure to threats.