The success of Healthcare organizations today is dependent on data-driven decision making. Inability to quickly access and process patient data due to outdated infrastructure may result in life or death situations. Healthcare organizations are making the shift to the cloud to enable better health outcomes, and a critical part of that process is ensuring security and vulnerability management.
The Cloud and Enterprise Red Team introduced how to apply traditional network attack techniques to the cloud along with mindset trends seen in Azure to address them. The presentation was given at the Infiltrate 2017 conference and is now available online.
In the first half of 2016, we achieved four new international certifications as well as renewed and expanded other certifications in seven countries. Read on to learn more.
Microsoft Azure obtained the ISO/IEC 27017:2015 certification, an international standard that aligns with and complements the ISO/IEC 27002:2013 with an emphasis on cloud-specific threats and risks.
On May 12th, 2016, Matt Rathbun, Cloud Security Director, Cloud Health & Security Engineering, will be attending the CSA Federal Summit in Washington, D.C. He'll be on a panel discussing Azure’s experiences with FedRAMP and his recommendations for obtaining the certification. The panel discussion will take place from 2:45 pm to 3:30 pm.
Meeting the needs of our customers remains at the forefront of what the Global Compliance and Ecosystem Team does every day, and is why we continue to invest heavily in meeting standards and regulatory requirements around the world.
Gain an in-depth understanding of security strategies and the shared responsibilities to secure and defend cloud-based assets for Microsoft cloud offerings.
How we build security in the Microsoft cloud, at the Gartner Security and Risk Management Summit in London, as part of our ongoing efforts engage with customers on our initiatives to build trust.
Today I’m pleased to announced four new certifications for Microsoft Azure from four separate countries, bringing our total to 22 certifications and attestations from around the world, more than any other hyper-scale cloud platform provider.
Trust is ever important to customers leveraging the cloud, that's why Microsoft is working to further this trust by adopting stringent privacy principles.