This is the third blog in a three-part series on security in Azure Government co-authored by Robert Jaffee, Sr. Program Manager, and Diego Lapiduz, Chief Information Security Architect, with Microsoft Azure Global Government. (In case you missed them, check out the first and second blogs: Six tips for securing identity in the cloud and Five tips for securing your IaaS workloads.
In support of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security, we hosted a special edition Microsoft Azure Government Meetup, Women Leading Government Cybersecurity at 1776 in Washington, DC.
In partnership with the Women in Technology DC Chapter of the International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners,
Azure Fundamentals Training at AFCEA WEST
We’re looking forward to seeing those of you attending AFCEA WEST and invite technical and business leaders to join us for an exclusive commercial cloud training event on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.,
Gartner projects that 21 billion devices will be connected to the internet by 2020. With the U.S. government market for the Internet of Things (IoT) beginning to take shape, we invite government contractors register to join Washington Technology and Microsoft to a free event,
Microsoft is pleased to announce the availability of our Risk Assessment Checklist for the NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) for Federal Agencies. The Checklist is available on the Service Trust Portal under “Compliance Guides”. Microsoft worked with our Azure Blueprint Partner, First Information Technology Services (FITS),
We’re excited to announce today that Microsoft has made IoT Hub available in Azure Government, the most secure and compliant cloud platform for U.S. government to run mission workloads.
Internet of Things (IoT) is revolutionizing industries such as utilities and retail,
We are happy to announce that Power BI Gov users can now use ArcGIS Maps for Power BI Gov (preview) created by Esri! This brings several new capabilities to Power BI Gov users.
Geographic information systems (GIS) helps users gain a better understanding of the world by using spatial analysis on a map’s data layers.
As we look to continue to expand and evolve the platform, we are excited to announce two new generally available services in Azure Government: Azure Cosmos DB and Blob Storage (Hot/Cool). Yesterday Microsoft announced Azure Cosmos DB and today we are bringing it to you in Azure Government.
Comprehensive, Prevention-Based Security for Azure Government Cloud
Today on Azure Government
The Palo Alto Networks® VM-Series virtualized next-generation firewall on Microsoft Azure allows government agencies to apply the same advanced threat prevention features and next-generation firewall application policy controls used in their physical data centers to the Azure Government Cloud.
In the latest episode of The Azure Podcast, Steve Michelotti of the Azure Government engineering sits down with The Azure Podcast team to discuss the latest and greatest of Azure Government. Steve also provides an update on what is going on in Azure Government including:
The two new DoD specific datacenters
How Azure Government is the only publicly available government cloud with DISA L5
Differences between Azure public and Azure Government