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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.
A recent update added Azure Security Center to the Subscription blade, added integration for Rapid7, and included JIT access directly in the VM Configuration blade.
The Azure Security Center update on July 1 includes many features, including a redesigned overview dashboard and new security recommendations.
Starting July 1, 2018, billing for Security Center will be reported on an hourly basis (per node, per hour). With this change, you’ll receive greater granularity in billing.
Starting July 1, 2018, billing will be reported on an hourly basis (per node, per hour).
Starting June 1, 2018, billing will be reported on an hourly basis (per node per hour).
Azure Security Center helps you prevent, detect, and respond to security threats by offering increased visibility into and control over the security of your Azure deployments.
Azure Security Center, which helps customers protect workloads running in Azure against cyber threats, can also be used to secure workloads running on-premises and in other clouds.
Azure Security Center helps customers take control of cloud security policies, monitor the current security of Azure resources, and detect and respond to active attacks.
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